• Nintendo Reportedly Won't Release New Hardware This Fiscal Year

    13 days ago - By VG Chartz

    Nintendo will reportedly not release any new hardware this fiscal year, which runs from April 2022 to March 2023, according to a publication from Nikkei. Bloomberg's Takashi Mochizuki wasn't sure if this was based on Nikkei's own reporting or a statement from Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa.
    Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa did speak with Nikkei and discussed the shortages and how the company has not been able to stockpile as much inventory like it was able to in previous years.
    "Normally, we would stockpile inventory in the summer to be ready for the end of the year, when it is...
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  • Nintendo Reportedly Won't Release New Hardware in Fiscal Year 2023

    13 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    Following Nintendo's Q1 fiscal year 2023 results, Japanese publication Nikkei reported that there would be no new Nintendo hardware released by March 31st, 2023. However, Bloomberg's Takashi Mochizuki said it wasn't immediately clear if this was based on Nikkei's reporting or statements by Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa, who was interviewed for the same article.
    In the same financial results, Nintendo announced that the Nintendo Switch had sold 111.08 million units as of June 30th, 2022. Sales were down 22.9 percent year on year due to semiconductor shortages. However, the console...
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  • Nintendo Won't Be Unveiling Any New Hardware This Fiscal Year

    Nintendo Won't Be Unveiling Any New Hardware This Fiscal Year

    13 days ago - By Game Informer

    Like Xbox and PlayStation , Nintendo also suffers from supply issues and component shortages. This might explain why a recent Nikkei report - relayed by Bloomberg's game and tech writer, Takashi Mochizuki - stated that there wouldn't be new hardware releases this fiscal year.
    Nikkei: there will be no new Nintendo hardware this fiscal year, which ends in March 2023. Not immediately clear whether that part of the article is from Nikkei's own reporting or what Nintendo President, who Nikkei interviewed for the story, said.
    - Takashi Mochizuki August 4, 2022
    Mochizuki's tweet reads, "There...
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