Nope. The Wii sold because it was a revolutionary idea and people couldn't wait to play it. There were shortages then and from the very beginning people were claiming "Nintendo always does this." The WiiU was a me-too idea and never gained traction...and there were plenty of WiiUs in stock from the beginning. If Nintendo's strategy is to keep stock low to attract more users they didn't even implement it during that launch. Here we are at the Switch, again a revolutionary product, and we're seeing the shortages. And just as with the Wii, follow the numbers and you'll find that they are producing and shipping at capacity.