Says it's not in the business of selling half-finished product 'like social games'.
Nintendo has been facing tough questions after disappointing financials and the failure of its 3DS launch.
But it's not about to change its fundamentals. To that end, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata insists that his company will not publish games unfinished and requiring further purchases to enjoy in full.
In announcing the Wii U’s digital distribution service, called the Nintendo Network, Iwata suggested it was inaccurate to compare the firm's online policy to “the ones used for social games”.
“Nintendo, as a software maker, does not plan to [run a business] where our consumers cannot know in advance which [product] will appear as the result of their payment,” Iwata said.
“As a software maker, Nintendo believes that its packaged software should be sold to our consumers in a form so that the consumers will know in advance that they can enjoy playing the software they purchased just as it is.”
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