DEATHWATCH: EA ditches Wii U
Nintendo's Wii U has far from set the world alight. They've been trying to flog them for cheap, and no-one is really taking the bait. To make this beleaguered console look even more doomed, EA have backed away, saying they won't be developing games for it any more.
Nintendo know they're in trouble with the Wii U as it is consistently being outsold by older consoles. One thing they've said, regarding the lack of success, is that there aren't enough titles to buy for it, and EA pulling out isn't going to help.
"Wii U was not able to maintain the initial sales momentum after the beginning of 2013 due to a delay in the development of subsequent software titles," it said. "Operating loss increased primarily due to the sales of 'Nintendo 3DS' and 'Wii U' being weaker than expected,"
EA, meanwhile, are still excited about other consoles. "We have never been better positioned for the launch of new technology, either mobile or console," said EA.