The Wii U's troubles attracting gamers won't be solved by a price cut, Nintendo chief Satoru Iwata argues.
Speaking to reporters in Tokyo yesterday, Iwata acknowledged that Wii U sales disappointed last year, but he didn't necessarily feel that dropping the price of the $299 basic set or the $349 deluxe set would do the company much good.
"We are already offering it at a good price," Iwata said, according to the Associated Press.
Nintendo yesterday announced its earnings for the nine-month period that ended December 31. Although it was able to turn a slight … Read more