While there's noshortage of 3DS iterations headed to the market, Nintendo is having a harder time selling its new Wii U. Profits for the year are also half of its own predictions, despite the fact that Nintendo already reduced its rosy estimates in the interim. Net sales are down 1.9 percent in the last year, down to 635 billion yen, although the company has managed to turn its net income into positive figures, netting 7 billion yen in the last year, compared to a 40 billion yen loss the year before. Following its initial launch, Wii U sales have slowed substantially, with only 390,000 units sold since December, while the 3DS continues to sell in healthier numbers, with Nintendo shifting 1.25 million handhelds in the same period. Focusing on the next year, the company maintains that it'll increase net income to 10 billion yen in the next twelve months, with a focus on selling "the compelling nature" of its gaming hardware, as well as pushing its 3DS more in foreign markets.