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Nintendo isn’t quite what it used to be

The once-dominant video game company has lost ground to Sony and Microsoft—and their respective gaming consoles—as evidenced by Nintendo’s earnings report today:  Nintendo’s Wii U launched over three years ago. Its lifetime sales figure? 12.8 million. For comparison: Sony’s PlayStation 4 has sold more than 36 million units, and Microsoft’s Xbox One has allegedly sold over 19 million—and … Continue reading “Nintendo isn’t quite what it used to be”

The once-dominant video game company has lost ground to Sony and Microsoft—and their respective gaming consoles—as evidenced by Nintendo’s earnings report today: 

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Nintendo’s Wii U launched over three years ago. Its lifetime sales figure? 12.8 million. For comparison: Sony’s PlayStation 4 has sold more than 36 million units, and Microsoft’s Xbox One has allegedly sold over 19 million—and both consoles were released a year after the Wii U.

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Pavithra Mohan is a staff writer for Fast Company.

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