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Nintendo Ending Wii U Production Later This Year

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Nintendo Ending Wii U Production Later This Year, Says Report
Nintendo will end production on its Wii U console sometime in 2016. The console, which has sold poorly compared to its wildly successful predecessor, debuted in 2012. According to Nikkei's report, Nintendo has already stopped manufacturing certain Wii U accessories.


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