Entries in 'iwata' (37)
On Tuesday March 17th, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata surprised a gathering of press with a major announcement about the future of its business.
A Japanese news site claims that Nintendo management are locked in a dispute with president Satoru Iwata over his smartphone strategy.
“I do not understand video games and I feel angry.”
Satoru Iwata’s plan to reverse Nintendo’s decline has been given the backing of investors.
Satoru Iwata will miss Nintendo’s upcoming annual general meeting after news he has undergone surgery.
This year’s release of Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros will sell Wii U hardware and help the machine hit its 3.6m unit sales target.
Satoru Iwata has confirmed to investor that the company already knows what it has planned for its follow-up to the struggling Wii U.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has vowed to prevent Nintendo suffering another year of losses.
Nintendo posts third year of losses as Wii U misses targets, expects machine to increase sales in year ahead
Wii U fell just short of Nintendo’s already reduced sales forecasts in Nintendo’s last financial year, leading to a third straight annual loss for the firm.
(UPDATE: Curve has contacted MCV to say that while the quotes below are accurate they reference the Nintendo published Fluidity.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has stressed that Nintendo should no longer be thought of as just a video games company.
A report from Japan seems to be suggesting that there’s a small risk Nintendo president Saturo Iwata could be voted off the company’s board.
Dedicated video games hardware will remain Nintendo’s core focus, the company has pledged.
Hedge fund manager and Nintendo share holder Seth Fischer has urged Nintendo to move into the smartphone market.
A single system combining both home and handheld consoles could be the future of Nintendo’s hardware business.
Nintendo’s financial plans for the year ahead have not been designed to accommodate a Wii U price drop.
Saturo Iwata has hinted that even greater reforms could be on the way for Nintendo than first thought.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata this morning outlined his vision for the saving of Nintendo.
Nintendo plans to break away from gaming; Wii U price cut "not an option"; Smartphone service revealed
You’ve likely read dozens of different editorials this past month predicting what the future might bring for Nintendo.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata is to take a 50 per cent cut in wages following the company’s predicted net loss in its latest set of financials.
Becoming a third party publisher is not the easy answer to reversing Nintendo’s ongoing problems, president Satoru Iwata has argued.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has pledged to fight on in his battle to return Nintendo to profitability.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has released a lengthy statement clarifying the events that led up today’s damaging sales forecast reductions.
The reality of the challenge confronting Wii U has finally struck Nintendo.