January 8, 2014

Why Nintendo Doesn't Stand a Chance in China

Roberto Ferdman, Quartz

The Associated Press

Nintendo’s stock has soared on news that China is moving to end its 14-year-old ban on foreign-made video-game consoles. But don’t believe the hype. Nintendo doesn’t have what the country’s gamers are looking for these days.

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