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Nintendo will release Wii priemnitsu no earlier than April 2012
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Nintendo will release Wii priemnitsu no earlier than April 2012

As is the case with last year`s parade 3DS, Nintendo Company before the E3 announced that she will bring with them to the Los Angeles show the new console - the successor to Wii. Yesterday, Satoru Iwata, the head of Nintendo, in conversations with investors and analysts more details about the forthcoming presentation at E3 2011. First, the new console will be able to touch and try in all exhibition visitors - no demonstrations for closed doors

Yesterday, Satoru Iwata, the head of Nintendo, in conversations with investors and analysts more details about the forthcoming presentation at E3 2011. First, the new console will be able to touch and try in all exhibition visitors - no demonstrations for closed doors and only for the elite is not planned. And it means that Nintendo had brought with him some playable and ready for public display projects. Theoretically, this may be ported to the PS3 and Xbox 360 games designed to demonstrate the technological power of the console, and something totally brand new and exclusive, created with the expectation of the controller features of Project Caf?©, which is supposedly staffed six-inch touch-screen. And secondly, Iwata-san said that the new console will not be available until April 2012. That is, the Wii was in stock at least one year of existence on the market, then it is likely to quickly disappear from the horizon of the consumer. Why? As the president explains Nintendo, Wii has already been shedding that initial `wow-effect`, inspired by the exploits of developers and has made Wii a leader in the race seventh-generation consoles. Rapidly lose interest in old consoles are not just developers, but also the buyers, which is clearly reflected in a fresh report, Nintendo for the fiscal year. Thus, the company planned to sell 16 million copies of Wii since April 1, 2010, the 31-th of March 2011. Plans, unfortunately, is not docked with the reality - to 31-th March the Japanese go to the shop only 15 million consoles. Bobble in one million high price was paid - net profit for the year decreased by 66 percent and amounted to 77.6 billion yen (approximately $ 950 million). Yes, the company is living with a profit in your pocket, but the 77.6 billion yen - the lowest financial performance in the `net profit` for the past seven years. Blame here is not only a Wii. Dissembled and DS, which was unable to overfulfil rate of 18 million copies sold, and a brand new 3DS - at the moment Nintendo shipped to stores just 3.6 million consoles, although ideally it would like to fill four million retailers 3DS. Satoru Iwata is convinced that people just have not had time to realize all the advantages of ?«3D without glasses, but by autumn the situation should improve, and sales - to grow. Nintendo expectations are quite high - the Japanese expect that during this financial year console will disperse in an amount of 16 million copies. True, a lot will depend on what kind of games Nintendo is preparing itself for 3DS. After all, it is better to sell the console? That is, upscale games! Press conference of the Big N ?»at E3 2011 is simply obliged to burst under the pressure of announcements of new games

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