The Nintendo Wii is coming up to its third full year on the market and only now is demand starting to slow.
Nintendo's profits fell 66 percent in the last quarter, which the company attributes to slowing Wii demand and a stronger Japanese yen, according to Reuters.
Thanks to amazingly popular systems like the Wii and DS, Nintendo has continually reported a bigger profit for each year since 2005. The upcoming fiscal year ending March 2010 will see the first profit decline in the last four years, the company said.
Of course, given the economic climate, a decrease in profits is still much more preferable to an increase in losses.