It seems like those waiting for a Wii U price cut are going to be in for a long wait.
In a new interview with VentureBeat, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of sales and marketing Scott Mofitt claims that the console offers great value, and believes that the games shown at E3 will help to drive sales further.
"We have no plans to change the price of Wii U. The Wii U is a great value. With great content coming, that will drive the hardware installed base," he said.
"We’ve gone from being the highest-priced console on the market to now being a great value with the announcements from our competitors. The perception of our price has changed, but what’s also changed is that people now see what great content is coming. They’ll see the value in those games. They’ll be able to enjoy a Wii U in their household for a lot less than a competing console."
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