Was the Wii U designed to be a children's system?

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User Info: diggyfresh

diggyfresh
3 years ago#11
ThaPrinceRaziel posted...
It was built around the Wii design. So yes, the Wii was built with children in mind.


yup.
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User Info: BoomerTheGreat

BoomerTheGreat
3 years ago#12
monsterlunchbox posted...
Everyday it seems more like it was not designed for teenagers and adults. It would be a neat kid's system if they lowered the price to compete with the Leapfrog.


I thought lunchboxes were for kids as well. Anyhow aren't all consoles designated for everyone to maximize profit?
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User Info: monsterlunchbox

monsterlunchbox
3 years ago#13
I guarantee if the price was dropped to $150 and marketed as a children's toy, it would sell in the millions.
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