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Thursday, 11 October 2012 10:12

Nintendo claims Wii U production not impacted

Written by David Stellmack

Wii U

Factory fire at assembly plant means nothing

Nintendo is saying that a fire at one of its factories that are assembling the Wii U will have no impact on production of the unit. Nintendo has said nothing else on the matter

Still, that has not stopped some analysts from believing that Nintendo will have to revise both its shipping forecast and its revenue projections. Despite that fact, Nintendo claims that it will have no impact on Wii production.

This is not the only cloud of mystery that is hanging over the Wii U at the moment, with 3rd party software developer UbiSoft confirming that its exclusive Rayman title for the Wii U that was supposed to be a launch title will instead be delayed till next year. No word yet if any other titles will not make the launch day release or not, but if they are not going to make it we expect to hear something soon.

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