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News has broken out that a fire that was started in one of it’s Japanese factories will not hinder production of the Wii U console that is due out next month.
The company states that the incident has slowed production but will not affect the number of units shipped for the launch between November 18th in the US and November 30th in Europe. A stop on production for the Wii U would have been a devestating blow to Nintendo, as some retailers are already sold out on stock even before the release date.
Hopefully, no one was injured in the fire and Nintendo haven’t suffered too bad. Bring on the Wii U!