Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has explained the company has no plans to abandon the console business, and will continue focusing on a policy of first-party software creation.
It came as a surprise when Nintendo announced plans to develop health-monitoring technology, but according to president Satoru Iwata, this is just one part of the company's new focus on improving the health of its customers. "With a platform...
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata made it clear in a letter to shareholders and investors that Nintendo isn't leaving the hardware game. "We believe that we can capitalize the most on our strengths through a hardware-software integrated...Show More Summary
Company president also expands on upcoming "Quality of Life" platform. Nintendo's Satoru Iwata has restated his company's dedication to creating dedicated video game platforms in a new message from the president to investors published online this week.Click here to read the full article
"We can capitalize the most on our strengths through a hardware-software integrated platform business, and therefore this type of dedicated video game platforms will remain our core focus." Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, in a letter to shareholders and investors about the company's future. Read more...
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has penned a message to investors, explaining the company will not abandon console creation.
Satoru Iwata has updated his 'Message from the President' statement, which you can see in full below. Since the launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1983, Nintendo has been offering the world unique and original entertainment products under the development concept of hardware and software integration. Show More Summary
This week, Oasis Management founder Seth Fischer sent a letter to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, once again demanding that the House That Mario Built release games for the iPhone, iPad and other mobiel platforms. “The same people who spent hours … Read more ›
This week, Oasis Management founder Seth Fischer sent a letter to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata explaining why the company should dive right into mobile game development and microtransactions and all of the things we don't want toShow More Summary
Buy two, in case you get a hole in one. Remember a couple of weeks ago when Satoru Iwata said Nintendo was open to expanding its character licensing business? Click here to read the full article
GBA games are coming to the WII U Virtual Console this spring, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata revealed during today's Nintendo Direct livestream event. Metroid: Fusion, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 will be the...
Like Ace Attorney? Well, Capcom is making a brand new Ace Attorney that, according to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, will be "totally different" from previous titles in the series. Read more...
We heard last year that Game Boy Advance titles would be coming to Virtual Console, and now Nintendo is just about ready to kick that program off. In today's Nintendo Direct, Satoru Iwata said that we would be seeing the first gamesShow More Summary
During this afternoon's Nintendo Direct livestream, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata introduced a new character for Super Smash Bros., Little Mac. The Punch-Out!! series protagonist joins the cast on both 3DS and Wii U. You can see a variety of his attacks...
During today's Nintendo Direct, president Satoru Iwata announced that Kirby: Triple Deluxe will launch on May 2nd, 2014 in North America. That's the exact same date as Mario Golf: World Tour, also launching on the 3DS. In the meantime, enjoy the new trailer above!
Nintendo might not be bringing its games to iOS, but that certainly doesn't mean that it's not looking at Apple's operating system for some inspiration. In a Q&A session with investors, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata hinted at what the future of its consoles will look like. Show More Summary
Nintendo is a company that seems to have lost their mojo recently, as the Nintendo Wii U has not done as well as expected by the company and fans. It would be a sad day indeed should Nintendo actually go the way of Sega and exit theShow More Summary
With the company not doing as well as expected, what’s the future for Nintendo? Obviously they will not be releasing games onto mobile, as the company’s president, Satoru Iwata, has so emphatically claimed. However what Iwata did reveal was that the company did have plans for a new product that would be health-related. Show More Summary
In the past, major video game companies like Square and Enix merged. It's a big deal when something like that happens! Nintendo president Satoru Iwata recently mentioned "M&A" (aka mergers and acquisitions), setting off speculation around the internet. But what does he mean? It's not yet clear—he could just be talking about licensing Nintendo characters. Read more...
Did you know that Nintendo was receiving word to change the look of Pikachu before Pokemon came out? That's what Satoru Iwata shared during a recent interview. "This cute yellow thing is not a monster, everyone told us." Obviously Nintendo fought back against that request and kept Pikachu cute as ever. Certainly seems like they made the right decision! Link