The DSi XL is the supersized hand-held gaming device from Nintendo. Launching next month Nintendo are hoping to grab a whole new demographic under their influence. Today Nintendo Australia announced the DSi XL pricing.
Written by: Mike Bantick | Published in: EntertainmentOvernight Nintendo confirmed the European, and therefore Australian and New Zealand Wii U launch details. Nintendo’s high definition gaming console will hit Antipodean shores in two forms this November.
The PlayStation 4 took home the record for sales of a launch console this weekend in the UK, topping 250,000 units sold in 48 hours, which tallies up to around $1.4 billion U.S. in sales, according to The Telegraph.
Perhaps poor marketing is holding back Wii U sales for Nintendo. As Spike TV’s GTTV host Geoff Keighley noted on Twitter, a new campaign from Nintendo is using flyers to show just how awesome the Wii U is.
Except, instead of going after console rivals Nintendo decided to aim its attack at its own, older-generation console the Wii.
Nintendo are taking the new hand-held 3DS, the glasses-free 3D gaming device, on a tour around Australia (well most of it anyway). This will give people a chance to try out the magical 3D effect, and start saving their cash for the March 31st release date.
This finally puts the system ahead of the Wii U in LTD sales.
TOKYO, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCE) today announced that the PlayStation 4 (PS4) computer entertainment system has cumulatively sold through more than 6.0 million units*1 globally as of March 2, 2014 (JST).
Nintendo has a rhythm that’s predictable when it comes to product releases: Create a new console, then create different iterations of those consoles with upgrades aimed at expanding market share in clever ways.