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Satoru Iwata Put Lots Of Thought Into The Nintendo Switch, Says Miyamoto

Back in 2015, Satoru Iwata passed away at the age of 55. That was far too soon, and he had still so much to accomplish in the gaming industry. In a recent Time interview, Shigeru Miyamoto talked about how Iwata contributed to Nintendo’s upcoming console. Read more...

Nintendo's latest mobile gamble doesn't quite pay off

Back in March 2015, when the aftershocks from Nintendo's announcement of its partnership with mobile giant DeNA were still being felt, the then president Satoru Iwata soothed the concerns of investors enquiring whether the company would pursue the controversial gacha model for its forthcoming collaborations. Show More Summary

2016 Person of the Year: Tatsumi Kimishima

After the untimely passing of Satoru Iwata, the future of Nintendo seemed uncertain. The company was finally signaling a move towards mobile and was still struggling with the flagging success of its console offerings. A relatively unknown...Show More Summary

How Super Mario Run screws up mobile monetization

2 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

GUEST: I’m not sure that Nintendo’s much heralded free-to-start (F2S) monetization model was worth the wait. It was a year-and-a-half ago that it was first touted, with Nintendo CEO, Satoru Iwata’s famous statement that indicated Nintendo would not be hunting for whales. The F2S model goes all the way back to when games magazines came with […]

Super Mario’s Reluctant Leap to the iPhone

As recently as five years ago, Nintendo’s late president, Satoru Iwata, was adamant that Super Mario would never make the leap to smartphones. “If we did this, Nintendo would cease to be Nintendo,” he said in an interview with Nikkei, in 2011. Show More Summary

How Super Mario Run fulfills Satoru Iwata's vision for mobile development

In 2011, a Japanese newspaper asked late president Satoru Iwata when Nintendo would assign the company's internal teams to a mobile game. Iwata did not mince words. "This is absolutely not under consideration," he said. "If we did this, Nintendo would cease to be Nintendo. Show More Summary

Michael Pachter apologizes for his rude comment on Satoru Iwata

Appreciate the horror at my consistency. Was vocal that Mr. Iwata did a bad job when alive; calling him "not so great" after death horrific — Michael Pachter (@michaelpachter) October 14, 2016 Agreed. I said a pointlessly dickish thing, and apologize for denigrating Mr. Show More Summary

GoNintendo will no longer share Michael Pachter commentary

In the most recent episode of Pachter Factor, analyst Michael Pachter mentions Satoru Iwata in passing. During his statement, Pachter says (3:30 mark), "the late and not so great Satoru Iwata." Whether or not Pachter believes Iwata's contributions to the industry were important is one thing. Show More Summary

Need a good cry? Check out Did You Know Gaming's extended Satoru Iwata video

It's weird to think it's only been a little more than 15 months since Satoru Iwata died. With how quickly news comes and goes in this modern age, it feels like it was years ago. But it wasn't. It was July 11, 2015. I still remember the...Show More Summary

Nintendo NX: Is Nintendo Alienating Its Fans With No NX Announcement?

It is now October, and fans still no little to nothing about the Nintendo NX. On March 17, 2015, the former president of Nintendo Satoru Iwata announced Nintendo’s plans to what at the time seemed to be the successor to the Nintendo Wii U. Show More Summary

Miyamoto on Apple/Nintendo collaborating, creating mobile games, bringing in new/lapsed fans

Coming from a Yahoo! interview with Shigeru Miyamoto.. On how Nintendo and Apple teamed up for the Super Mario Run reveal “It started when we were working on Miitomo or before that when Mr. [Satoru] Iwata was still with the company.Show More Summary

Iwata shared various messages with Nintendo employees shortly before passing

The loss of Satoru Iwata stings just as much today as it did when he first passed. The man is sorely missed, and sadly it seems Mr. Iwata knew that his time was coming to an end. When Iwata left the hospital, he took some time to write various messages to Nintendo's staff. Show More Summary

Sketchy Auction Turns Out to Be a Rare Nintendo Prototype

Did the first piece of NES code ever programmed by Nintendo's late president Satoru Iwata just get sold on Yahoo Auctions? Seems so. The post Sketchy Auction Turns Out to Be a Rare Nintendo Prototype appeared first on WIRED.

A Gaming Historian May Have Located The First Code Satoru Iwata Created For Nintendo

Game historian Frank Cifaldi may have just stumbled upon something truly magnificent, potentially preserving one of the most important parts of Nintendo's history. And no, we're not talking about Mario's first ever mustache comb.

'Pokémon GO', Conceived As An April Fools' Joke But Has Since Secured Satoru Iwata's Legacy

7 months agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

While the release of Pokémon GO has been momentously successful, it’s worth realizing that game originated as an April Fool’s joke on the part of Satoru Iwata. However, the game's impact shows his legacy is still with us.

Remembering Satoru Iwata: Corporate President. Game Developer. Gamer.

The video games industry abounds with urban legends. Fight Sheng Long in Street Fighter 2, blow on NES cartridges to absolve them of sin and grime and fingerprints, make a pilgrimage to a certain landfill in Mexico and exhume thousands...Show More Summary

Satoru Iwata died on July 11, 2015—one year ago today.

Satoru Iwata died on July 11, 2015—one year ago today. Let’s look back at the former Nintendo president’s storied career and remarkable accomplishments. I bet he would’ve really loved Pokémon Go. Read more...

A touching Iwata tribute is in Star Fox Zero

Former Nintendo President Satoru Iwata may have passed on months ago, but his loss is still keenly felt in the gaming community. In that spirit, Nintendo put a touching nod to the man at the end of the Star Fox Zero. A small post-credit...Show More Summary

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