Nintendo Recognizes 3DS Risks and Gets Defensive



satoru iwata Nintendo Recognizes 3DS Risks and Gets Defensive

In a recent article, the Wall Street Journal shed light on the potential harm of Nintendo’s upcoming handheld. Nintendo’s head, Satoru Iwata recognized the previous Nintendo 3DS health risks, and stressed that it’s not a dangerous product.

“We are being proactive about informing our customer, even though it may not necessarily be positive for our sales,” Iwata said to Japanese newspaper Nikkei. Iwata stated the warnings are more of a “precautionary measure” for future users, and surprisingly admitted that it may help quell future lawsuit attempts.
In Nikkei’s interview, Iwata claims that there will be 1.5 million 3DS systems in Japan during the month of it’s launch. Nintendo plans to ship 4 million units by the end of its fiscal year this March, worldwide.

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2 Comments
  • Tino3
    January 11, 2011
    Reply #1

    Interesting enough, I came across this article and came to the conclusion that Nintendo is just covering its tracks in case of legal action that may potentially arise. While they would not release any info regarding the doctors who “researched” this, they stood firm behind their warning to the consumers. I foresee a child with a fork in his eye on YouTube blaming the Nintendo 3DS for his blindness…

  • Howardleston
    May 14, 2012
    Reply #2

    hi tommy this is there contact address , they have a wealth of knowledge ,tell them Howard leston give you there number

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