Everywhere you go will have the “educated guess” that Nintendo “didn’t know how boss the game was going to be and didn’t make enough supply” Bullshit… A company that is worth 18.4 billion can’t whip up more supply at the snap of a finger? Come on people get your heads out of your ass. It’s BUSINESS.
For those who aren’t too familiar with what this Pokemon GO Plus accessory is.. It is a bracelet that is fucking aesthetically disgusting and allows trainers to run around and stay on top of their game even without having to constantly fixate on their phone screen. But I kind of respect Pokemon Go Plus not going to the Apple Watch. Instead they are going to throw this hunk of plastic on your wrist with a beautiful red, white, and blue (AMERICA) rope band. But they are coming out with a few different styles in case you feel like wearing them to your local bar…
Caution: Wearing this bracelet might result in not getting ass.
On more of a business standpoint I don’t think that this launch is being pushed back due to lack of inventory. At all. I think they are adding more suspense and building up the hype. When Pokemon Go came out, Nintendo definitely didn’t plan their servers for the traffic that they did. And they want to make sure they don’t drop the ball on this accessory. People have been saving their nickels for months waiting for this, and are now feel like their hamster just died.
Now people are going to be chirping about how pissed that they because the Pokemon Go Plus is not coming out until September and spread the product like wildfire. Weather it is by word of mouth, social media, their blogs, etc.. Everyone is going to be looking into it, and seeing what all the hype is about and because of that, Nintendo is going to grab many more sales.
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