In an interview today, Kotaku asked Reggie Fils-Aime a very understandable question to the Nintendo head due to the Wii’s slowing sales as of late. Naturally, Reggie dismissed the question’s possibility likely in hopes of consumers concentrating on buying existing products and not saving money waiting for a successor.
Reggie very simply replies, “No.”
“As we sit here today we’re saying the Wii has many, many more units to sell, Reggie said today. “After we’ve reached an installed base of 45 million here in the U.S., we can have a conversation about the next generation.”
So according to the words of Nintendo’s own, stop waiting for Wii 2, and start contributing to future Wii sales to help reach that 45 million unit milestone. Only then you will have the ability to check off your wish list.