The folks over at Pixel Grater have wrote an amusing article over at their site. It's a very amusing article that I suggest giving a read. You can see a excerpt below:
"With 360s now available for around $200, and the company needing to be seen by investors as cutting costs, especially given the supposed $80m development cost of the Wii U, this has been seen as something of a risky move. Indeed, this isn’t the first time that Nintendo have made bizarre purchases in the lead-up to a console release – in early 2006 a suspiciously large purchase of duct-tape and a buyback of second-hand GameCubes caused shares in 3M to sore."
You can read the rest of the article here.
[Source: GoNintendo ]
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