Shares in Nintendo are continuing to fall after their Wii U presentation at E3 on Wednesday. Shares in the company fell an additional 0.99% today in Japan, suggesting that investors still haven’t quite warmed to Nintendo’s next console, Wii U. Sterne Agee analysts Arvind Bhatia and Brett Strauser are both of the opinion that Wii U lacks a killer app.
“The device has to win support from within the family.”
“We have to show the benefits of the Wii U device from different angles in order to reach the mother, the father and the children.”
– Nintendo president Satoru Iwata