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Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has stepped up his media onslaught on Nintendo by saying that president Satoru Iwata should be sacked.
Big questions were asked of the 3D future of the 3DS when Nintendo revealed that its latest version, the 2DS, had done away with the 3D screen.
Nintendo says it will focus on digital releases for its new IP given the platform’s flexibility.
Nintendo has a rich history of innovation and president Satoru Iwata says that tradition remain very much at the heart of the company.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has paid tribute to his predecessor Hiroshi Yamauchi.
The Wii U’s full retail price of between £250 and £300 is not the reason for its market struggles.
Don’t expect Mario, Zelda or Donkey Kong to appear on non-Nintendo platforms anytime soon.
Making games that strike a chord with gamers is far more important than any pretence about creating high art.
One of the most maligned pieces of gaming hardware ever revealed will not now be released.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has teased that unnanounced games from third-party publishers are in development for Wii U.
Hopes that Wii U might increase its competitive position via a price cut in the run-up to Christmas have seemingly been dashed.
"We are to blame.” That’s the message from Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata regarding the disappointing sales of the Wii U.
The Wii U is not underpowered, the president of Nintendo has argued.
Saturo Iwata has admitted that Nintendo has failed to create sufficient momentum for both 3DS and Wii U.
Saturo Iwata accepted responsibility for lower than expected international sales of the 3DS.
Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has said that many quality games are suffering because retail is afraid to order SKUs in sufficient numbers.
Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata appears to have issued a thinly veiled warning to the company’s international management teams.
The price of the Wii U will not be cut by Nintendo in the near future.
It has a reputation for resisting technology and business developments, but Nintendo has finally conceded to the logic of the free-to-play space.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata has described sales of the Wii U as “steady”.
Punters who buy a Wii U this weekend face a sizable day one patch if they want full functionality – a fact Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has apologised for.
This is something you don’t see every day.
It's been quiet on the Wii U front since E3, but tomorrow, finally, Nintendo will reveal all.
The question, of course, is whether or not gamers still seek the kind of ‘rich’ handheld experience that portable games consoles offer.
Wii U will be the first next-console to market, but Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has dismissed the idea that it gives the machine a competitive advantage.