The veteran video game giant has just suffered its first ever annual loss, prompting a new focus on digital downloads In an investor meeting following the news of Nintendo's £330m annual loss, president Satoru Iwata has outlined his views on the state of the industry and some plans for the future. The big announcement is that the company is radically changing its approach to releasing games on the 3DS console.
Nintendo's digital distribution scheme for retail games has had a relatively slow start in Japan. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata told the Wall Street Journal that digital sales of New Super Mario Bros. 2, which was released in the ... Read Post
Nintendo to share download figures for New Super Mario Bros. 2. Nintendo's decision to sell all 3DS games in both retail and digital forms simultaneously may have sounded like a bad deal for retailers, but Satoru Iwata reasons other... Read Post