europe totals 178k in first week for wii u

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3 years ago#31
Icecreamdunwich posted...
Damn... that is all of Europe? That's pitiful.


God, I love troll logic.

It's a failure in the US, because despite having a better launch than it's competition, it didn't sell more than most of its competition during the same week.

And it's a failure in Europe, because despite selling more than most of its competition during the same week, it didn't have a better launch than its competition.

Talk about moving the bar.
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3 years ago#32
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3 years ago#33
The basic set is still in stock almost everywhere, the deluxe version and ZombiU bundle is prety much sold out (at least in my Country)

Nintendo really should push out more deluxe versions, they are way more popular and alot of people are just waiting for them.
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3 years ago#34
...why bring the Vita into this anyway?
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3 years ago#35
Well, here in Germany the regular Premium is sold out and the ZombiU Premium and Basic also disappear from shelves.

Selling out=couldn't sell better.

Buretsu posted...
Icecreamdunwich posted...
Damn... that is all of Europe? That's pitiful.


God, I love troll logic.

It's a failure in the US, because despite having a better launch than it's competition, it didn't sell more than most of its competition during the same week.

And it's a failure in Europe, because despite selling more than most of its competition during the same week, it didn't have a better launch than its competition.

Talk about moving the bar.

Lol.
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3 years ago#36
I think Europe got very few WiiUs, in my country they are completely sold out
3 years ago#37
PUNCHOUT1116 posted...
...why bring the Vita into this anyway?


Because they want to feel somewhat superior and feel like justifying the failure of the Wii-U.
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3 years ago#38
I think by now it's obvious that Nintendo all out lied about a shortage for Europe. You can still order Basic or Deluxe at GAME, Amazon and Play.com. I assume other retailers are the same, and even the high street shops have loads of spare consoles.

Nintendo fanboys need to stop using the excuse of "Can't sell more if it sold out" when the Wii U is the first home console in a long time that has been readily available in stores immediately after launch.

The interest just isn't there for the Wii U. Outside of the dedicated Nintendo fans everyone else is going to stick with what they already have, or they still think the Wii U is an add on for the Wii thanks to the awful marketing.
3 years ago#39
This thread is hilarious. First you post really really awful sales numbers for Wii U, which hasn't come close to selling out in Europe (failure) or in the US (huge failure) and then you take a shot at Vita for failing. Irony.
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3 years ago#40
From: Ichiko_368 | #037
PUNCHOUT1116 posted...
...why bring the Vita into this anyway?


Because they want to feel somewhat superior and feel like justifying the failure of the Wii-U.

So true.
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