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Nintendo Launches UK Customer Support Centre

Jonathan Lester
Customer service, Nintendo, Support, UK

Nintendo Launches UK Customer Support Centre

Nintendo has launched a brand new UK Customer Support and Service Centre, which allows customers to arrange/book hardware repairs or ask questions to local staff. Items still under warranty can get free repairs with items returned within seven days, with an extra year of warranty included.

We could have done with this back when a nasty Metroid: Other M bug forced many consumers to mail their Wii memory cards off for manual fixing. Still, it's better late than never, and a great foundation to have in place before the Wii U launches later this year.

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Anarchist  Apr. 24, 2012 at 19:43

Wii u is five years late. Reports are in that it barely keeps up with 360/ps3, it has already been relegated to third place long before it, and the big twos successors, even have release dates.

Well done Nintendo, on developing another attic bound console.

DivideByZero  Apr. 25, 2012 at 10:51

This Wii was also well behind the curve and did well due to it's "fun" factor. It did draw a lot of non-gamers in.

I do wonder if the sort of people who get excited about Zumba and Just dance will feel the need to upgrade from Wii to Wii-U?


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