Wii U software sales are at a staggeringly low level in the United Kingdom, according to sales data shared by NeoGAF.
Only 34,000 units were sold throughout January, seeing the console claw a meagre 1.6 per cent market share.
Such figures also include Nintendo Land copies that are bundled with the Wii U Premium Set, casting an even darker shadow over the console’s current performance at retail.
Even PS Vita, which is continuing to face its own struggle at retail ahead of its first year anniversary, saw software sales of 46,000 units with a 2.2 per cent market share.
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