Nintendo’s Shares Fall After Unveiling The WiiU

Nintendo might be happy with the unveiling of the WiiU, the successor of the Wii but it seems that many of the company’s shareholders aren’t so pleased.

After the unveiling of the WiiU at E3 earlier this week, Nintendo’s stocks fell by a massive 5.7% before trading closed. Approximately 2.2 million shared were brought and sold resulting in this overall fall of 5.7%.

Was this due to the direction of the WiiU which seems to be planned for both hardcore and casual gamers or just that it isn’t another innovative console like the Wii? Comment your opinion below.