Nintendo has just held its quarterly review for April, May and June. There’s some awesome news coming out of Ninty HQ, such as the fact that the company is in a way better position than it was this time last year. Quarter earnings are up at ¥8.3 billion (about R840 million), which is heaps better than last year’s loss of ¥9.9 billion (about R1 billion).
Lifetime sales figures for the Wii U were also revealed: 10.01 million consoles have been sold worldwide. The Wii U remains Nintendo’s slowest selling console in company history. That being said, the 3DS continues to sell well and has now hit over 53 million units sold.