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NoE's Laurent Fischer talks Wii drought relief

Alisha Karabinus
March 6, 2007
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Laurent Fischer, Marketing Director for Nintendo-Europe, recently spoke with German financial hub Finanzen regarding the massive Wii shortage. Fischer admitted that early demand for the console, particularly in Europe, outstripped expectations, and since the trend shows no sign of slowing, Nintendo of Japan has already begun to work on expanding production capacity. For those of you who are still Wii-less, this can be nothing but good news. Fischer also mentioned that despite shortages, Nintendo's set to easily reach their goal of six million systems sold worldwide by March 31.

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