According to japanese firm ACE Securities, Sony is to blame for Nintendo’s inability to secure third-party games.
Japanese investment and market analysis firm ‘ACE Securities’ revealed on a report some information on what the company expects from the “Corporate Management Policy Briefing” that will be held by Satoru Iwata on January 30th.
And well, according to the firm, Sony is to blame for Nintendo’s struggle in securing third party titles for its consoles (most likely they are referring to the Wii U).
As translated by DualShockers:
In the Corporate Management Policy Briefing on January 30th the company is going to describe the future business policy:
1: Dealing with content development risks due to the consecutive failure to launch with high performance the 3DS and the Wii U.
2: Response to the problem of the inability to secure third party titles caused by SCE (Sony Computer Entertainment) investing heavily in the marketing cost of multiplatform software.
3: Due to the soaring development costs of home consoles making difficult to ensure profitability, we hope to hear an answer on the building of a new business model.