Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has apologized for the Wii U’s missing features at launch. “Personally I think that users should be able to use all the functions of a console video game machine as soon as they open the box,” Iwata told IGN in an interview published yesterday. “So I feel very sorry for the fact that purchasers of Wii U have to experience a network update which takes such a long time, and that there are the services which were not available at the hardware’s launch.” Read the full story at CNET.
Nintendo’s Iwata ‘very sorry’ for Wii U’s launch omissions
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