Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata doesn't want to see gaps in the 3DS software release schedule similar to those that followed the launches of Wii and DS.
The executive told the Nihon Keizai Shimbun newspaper (via Andriasang) that the company's making plans to ensure there's a constant stream of 3DS software launches following the system's debut next month.
"It's important that you be able to supply software with no pause," said Iwata. "With the DS and Wii, following the titles that were released at launch, the momentum dropped when there was a gap in software releases. We're making plans so that this type of thing won't happen."
Nintendo revealed the software launch line-up for 3DS in Japan over the weekend.