Nintendo has announced today the release of Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre for the 3DS eShop, and to celebrate this, Satoru Iwata tried the app out with the ever-smiling Shigeru Miyamoto in Nintendo's latest Mini Direct, in a quite empty Louvre. Read more...
The next Nintendo Direct is scheduled for Wednesday, November 13 at 8:00am Pacific. You'll be able to catch Nintendo president Satoru Iwata and his ragtag group of costumed friends show off 3DS games launching through early 2014. AsShow More Summary
To keep prices flexible digital is the better option, says Iwata. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has suggested that Wii Sports Club could see a retail release eventually.Click here to read the full article
Nintendo president addresses concerns about lack of publisher support for Wii U. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has commented on the Wii U's lack of third-party support, claiming the company does not wish to "follow or imitate" its competition.Click here to read the full article
Cheaper 2D-only SKU a drive to expand 3DS audience. Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has assured gamers that the release of the 2DS should not be seen as a sign that Nintendo is abandoning 3D.Click here to read the full article
President Satoru Iwata finds his company's output to Virtual Console lacking. Do you agree?
Nintendo 2DS seems like an admission that maybe consumers don't really care for 3D. Was Nintendo's vision flawed? No, company CEO Satoru Iwata says. He defended the 2DS by saying it's been in development for "a long time," and was always meant to offer a budget entry point into the 3DS ecosystem.
During their financial briefing, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said that, according to their research, that hundreds of thousands of people worldwide are still playing either Wii Fit or Wii Fit Plus. They're hoping the trend continues with Wii Fit U. Show More Summary
But the fate of the system can't change with just one title, according to Iwata. Super Mario 3D World will be the key to driving sales of the Wii U, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has said in a meeting with investors.Click here to read the full article
The following comments come from Satoru Iwata... - once holiday Wii U sales come in, Nintendo will decide "what the company needs to do, over the long-term, about its platform." - still didn't think a major strategic overhaul is needed "One game has the power to change everything. Show More Summary
CEO Satoru Iwata's recent statements raise questions about the company's future.
What are Nintendo's Satoru Iwata and Eiji Aonuma looking at in this picture? A baby bird? A wedding ring? No -- it's a unique pre-order item for the upcoming Nintendo 3DS A Link to the Past sequel The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. Show More Summary
"Make Pikachu more muscular," Nintendo president Satoru Iwata recalled skeptics saying before Pokemon launched in America. "Will America accept cute monsters? No, they said." With lackluster Wii U sales, it's not difficult to find endless write-ups on how Nintendo is doomed. Show More Summary
In what is one of the greatest Q&A series on the web, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has interviewed Game Freak in his latest edition of "Iwata Asks," and uncovers a number of cool facts about the Pokemon franchise in the process. Most...Show More Summary
Nintendo president says the firm must take risks. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has said he lives by the advice of the corporation's former president Hiroshi Yamauchi by not overly worrying about any failures the company suffers.Click here to read the full article
Hello everyone, I'm Satoru Iwata of Nintendo. The other day we released the video Pokémon Direct 9.4.2013. During the recording, producer Ishihara-san and director Masuda-san shared a lot of interesting details about Pokémon X and Pokémon Y that didn't make it in the Pokémon Direct. So this time the "Iwata Asks" will be a little different than usual. Show More Summary
Coming from a session with Satoru Iwata at the B Dash Camp Osaka 2013... Iwata on how Nintendo is an old company, but always one that wants to make something new… When we talk about Nintendo we cannot ignore (former president) Hiroshi Yamauchi who just recently passed away. Show More Summary
Don't hold your breath for Nintendo releasing iOS or Android games. When recently asked if Nintendo was planning on putting out titles on smartphones, company honcho Satoru Iwata replied, "Nobody knows the distant future. Or if I'll be president. However, what I can say is, 'At present, no.'" Read more...
Super Mario 3D World will bring kitty-cat versions of Mario, Luigi, Peach and Toad to Japanese and European Wii U consoles on November 21 and November 29, respectively, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced during this morning's Nintendo Direct festivities. Meanwhile, the game drops in North America on November 22. Show More Summary
Nintendo has announced a new Kirby game for release on the 3DS. Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata announced the game during today's Nintendo Direct with a short gameplay trailer, showing typically cutesy side-scrolling platformer action. That's all we have for now. The game is due out at some point in 2014. Read more…