Nintendo has postponed its plans to enter the Quality of Life technology market via the release of a sleep and fatigue sensor. Former company president Satoru Iwata announced the new Nintendo initiative back in 2014, when it was marked with a 2016 launch date. Show More Summary
Early last, Nintendo’s then-president Satoru Iwata reiterated the company’s commitment to their health initiative, which last we heard some kind of quality of life project that had to do with sleep. However throughout the year, we have...Show More Summary
The ceremony will recognize "the year’s finest achievements in video games," plus a posthumous lifetime achievement award for Satoru Iwata.
Former Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, who passed away in 2015, was an executive like no other. Unlike a lot of CEOs who only have business know-how, Iwata was a game developer first, and […]
Plus, Satoru Iwata is getting a Lifetime Achievement award.
The awards show will also honor Satoru Iwata and Hideo Kojima The post Rise of the Tomb Raider and The Witcher 3 Lead D.I.C.E. Awards Nominations appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata will receive this year's Lifetime Achievement prize at the 2016 DICE Awards. The ceremony, to be held in Las Vegas on 18th February, will see the prestigious accolade awarded posthumously for the first time. Show More Summary
The 19th annual DICE Awards will take place next month during the DICE Summit. The nominees have been announced, along with the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award. The award will be handed posthumously to former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata who passed away in July last year. Also being honored this year as the Hall […]
We live in the era of the celebrity executive. The likes of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg paved the way for video game executives to follow suit. Figures like Reggie Fils-Aime, Jack Tretton, and Peter Moore have been judged just as much on their stage presence as their business acumen. Show More Summary
From the passing of Satoru Iwata to Activision's $5.9B buyout of King, Gamasutra reflects on how some of the most momentous events of 2015 may shape our industry for years to come....
During the 2015 Game Awards, executive producer Geoff Keighley took some time out to hold a moment of remembrance for the late Nintendo president, Satoru Iwata. The six minute segment featured a short eulogy from Nintendo of America president, Reggie Fils-Aime.Click To Continue Reading
"Mr. Iwata, I hope you're smiling right now." The standout moment from last night's The Game Awards 2015 was a tribute to late Nintendo CEO and all-around remarkable human being Satoru Iwata, who passed away in July. Nintendo of America...Show More Summary
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime’s heartfelt goodbye to Satoru Iwata. Satoru Iwata, long-time president and face of Nintendo, passed away last July. Ever since then, the games community at large paid continued to pay respects, each in their own way. Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime, who often appeared alongside Iwata during the company’s […]
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has paid tribute to late company president Satoru Iwata at The Game Awards 2015. Speaking last night during a section dedicated to Nintendo's former leader, Fils-Aime talked of the impact Iwata had made over his long career in video games. Iwata passed away in July of this year, aged just 55. Read more…
Earlier this year, beloved Nintendo president Satoru Iwata passed away. Tonight at The Game Awards, Reggie Fils-Aime paid him tribute. Read more...
Tatsumi Kimishima has big shoes to fill as the new president of Nintendo, following the unexpected death of Satoru Iwata earlier this year. Kimishima laid out his winding path toward leadership to Time, noting his involvement in theShow More Summary
Ever since the late Satoru Iwata announced that they were coming up with a new console, fans of Nintendo have been on the constant lookout for their next-generation console dubbed as the Nintendo NX. And their waiting may be cut short as reports say that it's going to hit store shelves earlier than expected.
Nintendo's president Satoru Iwata may have left us, but his spirit lives on.
Sometimes things don’t hit you until later. Much later. Read more...
The 11/12/15 Nintendo Direct has ended, drawing to a close the first one without former Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata. However, Nintendo of America's Reggie Fils-Aime and Bill Trinen did their best to continue the tradition, just as Iwata would have wanted. Show More Summary