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The Wii is at 4,025,356 unit sold (in 54 weeks)

Kotaku.com - December 12, 2007


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 10:30AM PST on March 17, 2015


The Wii is at 4,025,356 unit sold (in 54 weeks), which beats the Cube’s total sales in that territory.
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Four Wii units sold for every PlayStation 3 in Japan

Kotaku.com - February 6, 2007


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 10:30AM PST on March 12, 2015


Four Wii units sold for every PlayStation 3 in Japan
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Nintendo Could Control Over 50% of the Market

Kotaku.com - May 29, 2007


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 11:30AM PST on February 19, 2015


Nintendo of America Vice President of Marketing George Harrison expects the current console lifecycle to extend beyond the traditional five years and he fully believes that Nintendo will be in complete control with potentially over 50 percent of the market. He also had some harsh words for Sony and Microsoft.
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Nintendo Could Control Over 50% of the Market

Kotaku.com - May 29, 2007


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 11:30AM PST on February 12, 2015


Nintendo of America Vice President of Marketing George Harrison expects the current console lifecycle to extend beyond the traditional five years and he fully believes that Nintendo will be in complete control with potentially over 50 percent of the market. He also had some harsh words for Sony and Microsoft.
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Nintendo: 3.2 Million Wiis Sold

Kotaku.com - January 25, 2007


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 11:30PM PST on January 31, 2015


Nintendo: 3.2 Million Wiis Sold
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Official: Factor 5 Back On Wii

Kotaku.com - January 14, 2008


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 3:30AM PST on January 18, 2015


The maker of the hit GameCube series Rogue Squadron is back. In a phone conversation with IGN Wii this morning, company president Julian Eggebrecht confirmed that the studio is underway with at least one all-new Wii project -- and it's not a Virtual Console game. He also note that the new title would not simply re-use old Rogue Squadron tech; whatever it is, significantly updated or even completely new tech has been developed to help accommodate it
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Official: Factor 5 Back On Wii

Kotaku.com - January 14, 2008


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 3:30AM PST on January 16, 2015


The maker of the hit GameCube series Rogue Squadron is back. In a phone conversation with IGN Wii this morning, company president Julian Eggebrecht confirmed that the studio is underway with at least one all-new Wii project -- and it's not a Virtual Console game. He also note that the new title would not simply re-use old Rogue Squadron tech; whatever it is, significantly updated or even completely new tech has been developed to help accommodate it
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Bloomberg: Publishers 'Scrambling' to Get More...

Kotaku.com - April 9, 2007


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 3:30AM PST on January 14, 2015


Bloomberg: Publishers 'Scrambling' to Get More Titles on Wii
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Official: Factor 5 Back On Wii

Kotaku.com - January 14, 2008


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 3:30AM PST on January 12, 2015


The maker of the hit GameCube series Rogue Squadron is back. In a phone conversation with IGN Wii this morning, company president Julian Eggebrecht confirmed that the studio is underway with at least one all-new Wii project -- and it's not a Virtual Console game. He also note that the new title would not simply re-use old Rogue Squadron tech; whatever it is, significantly updated or even completely new tech has been developed to help accommodate it
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Nintendo Could Control Over 50% of the Market

Kotaku.com - May 29, 2007


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (2) at 3:30AM PST on January 11, 2015


Nintendo of America Vice President of Marketing George Harrison expects the current console lifecycle to extend beyond the traditional five years and he fully believes that Nintendo will be in complete control with potentially over 50 percent of the market. He also had some harsh words for Sony and Microsoft.
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