So things haven't been so great in Korea
for the Wii. Since the console's release
to the region, it has moved a low number of consoles and software. Perhaps offering up new bundles
and some smart marketing will help turn this around.
Over at GI.biz, they're claiming that the low sales numbers has to do with Nintendo enabling the Korean Wii to only play Korean titles. Apparently, Korean gamers want to import the big Japanese games, but they can't because of the restrictions. We could see how this is a problem.
Still, when compared to the Xbox 360 and PS3, which have sold 150,000 and 50,000 units respectively, the Wii is doing much better, selling almost as many PS3s in its first month alone.