???? SATORU IWATA ????@NintendoAmerica “On my business card, I am a corporate president. In my mind, I am a game developer. But in my heart, I am a gamer.”#CustomAmiibo DIY Tutorial on my @YouTubeGaminghttps://t.co/JKnA55F8Pb Boxartby @SethHay...Show More Summary
If you were one of the gamers looking to get your hands on Pokemon Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon this holiday season, you may have noticed something while playing the newly released games: That there were as a small tribute to former Nintendo CEO, Satoru Iwata, who passed away back in...
Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon have been in the hands of Nintendo fans for the past week and there are some cool things gamers are discovering about Alola. Several Pokemasters have been pointing out a tribute to the late Satoru Iwata, former President of Nintendo. Show More Summary
Developers are still eager to show their gratitude to Nintendo's late Satoru Iwata. Gamers have learned that Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon include a clear, heartfelt tribute to the company's long-serving president. It requires that...Show More Summary
Even since the sad passing of former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata in 2015, his legacy has been referenced through a number of in-game and industry tributes. Another touching nod has recently been uncovered in Nintendo 3DS game Pokemon...Show More Summary
Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon include a heartwarming nod to the late, great Nintendo president Satoru Iwata. You can find it for yourself within the HeaHea City offices of Game Freak, Pokémon's real-life developer (which always includes a fictional branch of its studio to visit). Show More Summary
Game Freak left a pretty nice tribute to late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon. Like other Pokemon games, Ultra Sun and Moon lets you visit developer Game Freak offices in the game. In this case, they’re located in HeaHea City, and depending on the Pokemon you have transferred from earlier […]
Nintendo snuck a secret tribute to Satoru Iwata in the Switch. It includes a special version of the NES game Golf, and is unlocked with a special hand gesture. People who were tinkering around with the Switch's firmware found it out, and now the secret is out there. Show More Summary
Game Center CX, also known as Retro Game Challenge, is arguably the world's first Let's Play series. It's been a hit on Japanese TV ever since its debut in 2003, spawning multiple game spin-offs and other side projects. Satoru Iwata, the late president of Nintendo, once starred in an entire episode. Show More Summary
Last weekend, we found out that the Nintendo Switch actually had a copy of the NES title, Golf, hidden on the console. Developed by former Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, who passed away in 2015, folks have started to speculate as to why that particular game was secreted away on the new...
Nintendo has included some really fantastic Easter eggs with the Switch, and this one certainly takes the cake. A loving tribute to Satoru Iwata. I just wish we could access it easier. I would love to give it a go, but my Switch is far past the initial firmware and I've certainly connected it to the internet. I guess I'll have to wait until July 11th to have my shot.
Earlier this week, a secret game was discovered within the Nintendo Switch - an emulation of 1984's NES Golf, complete with motion control support. Now, that game has been launched on a console, and the requirements to get it up and running suggest its inclusion is in part a tribute to Satoru Iwata, Nintendo's late president who passed away in 2015. Show More Summary
July 11 saw the second anniversary of the passing of one of the industry's most charismatic figureheads: Nintendo's Satoru Iwata. Iwata was the head honcho at The Big N during one of its most successful financial periods ever. As president,...Show More Summary
A few days back, we shared a video interview with Oddworld creator Lorne Lanning concerning the Switch. Mr. Lanning discussed a number of topics, including some of the struggles Nintendo faced with the Wii U. In that video feature, Mr. Show More Summary
It's not uncommon for game developers to put tributes to fallen loved ones or even members of the community in their games. According to folks playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it looks like Nintendo may have created just such a tribute to former company president, Satoru...
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has an NPC who looks rather familiar. In the video above from YouTube contributor Sean Buckley (Seaniccus), you get a look at Botrick, a watchman who patrols the area around Outskirt Stable in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. As Seaniccus points out, he bears […]
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