Nintendo announced that it would be teaming up with Best Buy to provide Wii U kiosks with demos of newly announced titles at select cities across North America, which is neat. What they didn’t think about was someone crashing the party. It looks like Microsoft is using it to talk potential Wii U customers into buying an Xbox One instead.
We are hearing several reports from multiple Best Buy locations where Nintendo is holding its special E3 experience, that Microsoft employees have been talking to people in line asking why they would bother buying a Wii U when the Xbox One’s release is right around the corner. This is either a great move by Microsoft or a low dirty trick depending how you look at it.
One NeoGAF member took a picture of what looks like a Microsoft employee talking to those in line. This kind of looks like a desperate move.
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