Nintendo has taken a hit as of late with declining sales of the Nintendo 3DS and lack of third party support on Wii U, but Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime feels like the company is currently on the rebound. Wii U sales have improved and the company’s Amiibo figures have been extremely popular.
Asked if the company is now on a rebound, Fils-Aime said it’s “doing better this year than we did last year” but it’s still working to expand its user base.
“The way I would frame it: Our goal is to drive an ongoing positive trajectory,” he said in an interview at the Redmond headquarters.
“Certainly with the momentum we’re seeing with our hardware, the momentum we’re seeing with our key software titles, that gives us a lot of confidence,” he said.