According to certain analyst predictions, the current Wii shortages may be lasting a lot longer than anybody at Nintendo had anticipated, which might leave the Kyoto-based company between a rock and a hard place.
By Eugene Huang
With all of the figures tallied up from the first quarter of 2007 (as previously reported by GamePro), analysts have already begun publishing their predictions based on their closer inspection of the sales data. One such analyst is IDC's Billy Pidgeon, who believes that the Wii supply problem isn't ending any time soon. In his opinion, Nintendo may not correct their supply issues this year, or even next.