Meaty maestro Reggie Fils-Aime has been doing what he does best -- using faux humility to secretly boast about Nintendo's success and remind us that he makes mad bank. By claiming it will be difficult to match last year's Wii performance, Fils-Aime basically tells us how brilliantly the system has sold. He looks humble, but he's just shown off. He's a ninja of arrogance!
"The third year in a generation is typically the strongest and Nintendo is in its fourth with Wii," claims the minestrone flavored Nintendo boss. "Last year was a record year for the Wii hardware business so it's going to be really tough for us to lap those numbers but we're having a great holiday season so far."
Reggie said this as part of a beefy TV interview that you can watch above. It's worth watching for the cluelessness of the FOX News bint who clearly doesn't understand what she's talking about.
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