Nintendo revised its annual sales estimates for Nintendo's 3DS, estimating they will come in 5.4% lower than previously expected at 17.5 million units. The company lowered its profit forecast for the year ending March 2013 to 6 billion yen ($75 million) from 20 billion yen due to the weakening demand. Nintendo also cut its annual sales forecast to 810 billion yen ($10.1 billion) from 820 billion yen.
Nintendo will be launching is first new game console in years when the Wii U hits U.S. stores on Nov. 18. The Wii U will have a touch-screen tablet controller and its remote, the GamePad, can be used to access social networks like Facebook (FB).
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