2/8/2012

Nintendo is getting left behind as video gamers abandon its consoles and games for cheaper rivals such as Angry Birds, analysts say. The company is pinning its hopes on the Wii U, which comes with a touchscreen controller, but not everyone's convinced the device will be a hit. "They have a fantastic track record," says investment analyst Melissa Otto. "They have a wonderful brand. But the question is: Does the consumer care?"

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