If we’re talking long term (and we are), things like attachment rates do matter. In North America, the Wii has a game attachment rate of 6.9, while it’s 5.6 in Europe. Those are numbers to be proud of. But in Japan, it’s a different story. The attachment rate is 3.4, a number made even lower by the fact that the Wii isn’t bundled with Wii Sports as it’s sold separately. Now that I think about it, I own only four Wii games. You?
Japan Not Buying Games [VideoGamer.com]