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At Nintendo's Semi-Annual Financial Results Briefing today, Satoru Iwata, the current President and CEO of the said company, made announcements concerning the Nintendo 3DS the upcoming Wii U, and Nintendo as a whole. The following are merely tidbits of what was presented at the briefing:
Nintendo had 70.2 billion yen in losses, with currency exchange rates and price cuts among things blamed.
Nintendo was able to sell 2.36 million units worldwide during the second fiscal quarter, three times that of the previous quarter.
The Nintendo 3DS sales are a total of 6.68 million, higher than expected.
Access to the Nintendo eShop using PCs and smartphones will be made available, though games can only be played on Nintendo systems.
Demos and add-on content will be made available at the eShop.
Nintendo hopes to create new genres, which aim to attract those not really into video games.