Nintendo of Europe marketing director Laurent Fischer has been quoted by Edge magazine saying that only “geeks and otaku” have a problem with the Wii’s 512MB of internal storage space.
The Wii is the only console of this generation to not even have the option of a hard drive, instead coming with a mere 512MB of internal space available. An additional 2GB can be added via an SD card, but this still falls far short of even the smallest console hard drive.
Now, I’m not normally somebody who tells people how to do their jobs, but I might suggest to Mr. Fischer that this is probably not a smart thing to say.
Not least of all because these Geeks and Otaku, the ones filling up their Wii’s memory, are most likely doing so by purchasing things like WiiWare games and Virtual Console titles from your company.
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