Is This The End For Nintendo?

The house that Mario built seems to be falling apart. Nintendo announced earlier this week that sales are going to come in horrendously lower than it ahd expected--instead of a $957.7 million operating profit, it will be hit with an operating loss of $335.2 million. In addition, sales of its Wii U remain low, and its handheld DS system is losing steam.

In this segment of the Motley Fool's consumer goods show, Consumer Countdown , CG analysts Michael Finarelli and Sean O'Reilly join host Mark Reeth to discuss the future of Nintendo and if its current weakness is a buying opportunity.  

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