Dismal Wii U sales prompt pay cuts for Nintendo execs – NBCNews.com

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The Wii U has sold so poorly that Nintendo’s president, Satoru Iwata, is voluntarily cutting his pay in half. Despite rave reviews of games like “Super Mario 3D World” and “Pikmin 3,” the company’s latest console sold fewer units in a year than either the Xbox
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