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Here We Go Again: Expect Wii U Shortages to Last Months -- Analyst

November 16, 2012

Will the Wii U be hard to come by in its first several months of availability? At least one analyst thinks so.

Speaking to Bloomberg in an interview published today, Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter said that he expects the Wii U to be sold out during its first six months on store shelves. After that, he believes Nintendo will sell about 10 million units a year for the first couple of years.

If that sounds familiar, it's because a similar scenario played out with Nintendo's Wii. After that console launched in 2006

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