Thanks to Gamesindustry.biz for their article revealing that GameCube consoles are rolling off the production lines in Japan once again
, as revitalized demand
for the system "finally outstrips the backlog of units which had built up at Nintendo's warehouses"
, following the suspension of GameCube manufacturing
earlier this year. The article points out that "Recent price-drops combined with the roll-out of key software titles [including the Zelda bundle] for the machine in all three major markets have given the Cube new life in the run up to Christmas"
, as Nintendo VP George Harrison "...told the Wall Street Journal that he expects to sell two million Cubes in the US market this Christmas."