Nintendo has missed its revised sales targets for the year and sold just 3.45 million Wii U consoles worldwide, however the company still managed to make a profit.
According to the latest financial results which we received in our inbox this morning, the company saw "Weaker than expected" sales of 3DS and Wii U. In fact, Worldwide, only 390,000 Wii U consoles have been sold since Christmas which is no doubt due to a lack of new software.
13.42 million Wii U games have been sold in total over the past year, which includes bundled copies of Nintendo Land. Broken down that sees 2.6 million copies of the bundled game as sold, while the second best selling game with 2.15 million copies was New Super Mario Bros. U.
The 3DS has now sold 31.09 million units and game sales of 95 million, which is certainly far more impressive. Despite these sales though, Nintendo is still disappointed with its handheld, stating that it had "not generated sufficient sales momentum" in North America and Europe.
Nintendo is hoping to sell 9 million Wii U consoles this year and 18 million 3DS handhelds. Do think it'll manage these figures?