Don't write off Nintendo's chances for a strong holiday season just yet. Yes, even with a year's head start, the company's next-generation Wii U has been badly trailing sales of current-gen consoles from Microsoft and Sony . But that could be set to change soon.
In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos argues that new sales figures point to a potential recovery for the beleaguered video game maker, as Nintendo readies a strong slate of first-party games for release in the months ahead.
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