How Many Nintendo Wii Will Be Available By Year End?

Posted: Dec 10 2006, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:31am CDT, in News | Gaming

How Many Nintendo Wii will be Available by Year End?
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There is some confusion about how many Wii consoles will Nintendo ship until the end of 2006.

The original sales goal for the Nintendo Wii was 1 million. In a media alert the company removed a passage in a press-release stating this sales goal again, according to GameDaily Biz.
On Friday Reuters reported that Nintendo already sold 476,000 consoles in November. A couple days ago we cited a Bloomberg article that said 600,000 Wii consoles have been already sold.

So the question is if Nintendo still wants to or can ship 1 million Wii consoles or not.Some Wii consoles appeared over the last couple of days on major retailers. So there is some new stock available. Open question remains if they ship another 500,000 in December or if many consumers have to wait until January. Find stores carrying the Wii here.
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