No worries, but what I posted is not the same thing as yours.Originally Posted by yungblood6
Mine is showing how there is no conspiracy and why holding their consoles back would be a mistake.
Seriously, why would they hold their consoles back before Christmas, when some people still need to buy games like Galaxy because they wanted to wait for Christmas. Plus people still need them, so there is still demand for them.
There is no reason for them to hold them back, there is no conspiracy.
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Originally Posted by Sumn0ob
FYI, the WSJ begs to differ with you....Originally Posted by SixStringedStress
"Nintendo's job is all the more difficult because it outsources all production, compared with other companies, who make their own products. "
For yungblood6 I'd say that I did read the article and I don't see anything in there that validates that they think there is a conspiracy. I DO think that it is taking Nintendo a really long time to get production properly up and running. But I am beginning to think they are just dense and not holding things up on purpose. They are... kind of a weird company.