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‘Dont give up on Wii’

A little more belief from third parties and Wii can live long after Nintendo’s next console arrives.

That’s according to Nordic Games boss Pelle Lundborg, who insists the Nintendo platform still has plenty of life left in it.

What the format really needs is a little more belief – outside of Nintendo – that it’s far from dead,” Lundborg told MCV. PS2 was a great lesson in how to manage the tail-end of a format, but it seems that in some places the sexton has already been called-in, which is incredible.

Wii will be around for longer than most people think and we’re not afraid to stay with the format during its twilight years.

Naturally we have to think beyond one format and of course we are doing so.”

Sweden-based Nordic also has plans to open an office in New York and release new versions of We Sing.

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