Why are titles such as The Conduit and MadWorld not selling on Wii? No one knows, including Nintendo.
Nintendo of America's vice president of corporate affairs Denise Kaigle told Wired the company is unsure of why its third-party hardcore titles continue to sit on store shelves.
"You know, I don't know. It's hard to say. It could be titles have the same type of sales curve that a lot of Nintendo titles have," said Kaigler.
"A lot of Nintendo titles don't follow that traditional sales curve where they launch big and then that's it. Our titles have a long tail."
Kaigler would continue on to say that she's hopeful sales pickup eventually, and asks fans to help spread the word.
"We're hopeful that the titles will catch on and that consumers who already have those games will spread the word and others will follow suit there. They're deep experiences, and they're very challenging titles, and we certainly like them. But it's our hope that the games will pick up in popularity and they'll continue to sell."
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