Entries in 'reggie' (39)
Nintendo has said that online petitions and fan outcries don’t play a part in shaping its overall strategy.
Nintendo is working hard on building an infrastructure to support independent developers on its 3DS and Wii U platforms, says Reggie Fils-Aime.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has delivered his verdict over the PS4 and Xbox One software launch line-ups.
Opinion remains divided on whether Wii U is able to match the visuals of the Xbox 360 and PS3 – unless you’re Reggie Fils-Aime, of course.
“One of the things that, on one hand, I love and, on the other hand, that troubles me tremendously about not only our fanbase but about the gaming community at ...
Nintendo has listened to early critics of its Wii U system by making perhaps the most important pre-release upgrade yet – multiple controller support.
The Wii U and its innovative controller will look almost exactly like the model seen at this year’s E3.
The boss of Nintendo America has said that the company went to great lengths to ensure that 3DS would be plentiful at launch and there would be no shortages.
Nintendo has further clarified how it chooses to partner with the new generation of independent game creators, following the firm’s divisive claim that it wouldn’t be working with ‘garage’ developers.
3DS and Wii platform holder Nintendo has said it will embrace the independent developer, but “draws the line” with less-established garage outfits.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime confirmed that a worldwide system update will be released for 3DS in late May.
The boss of Nintendo America has confessed that tech rival Apple could “hurt” Nintendo’s success in the near-term and admitted that he fears the likes of iPhone far more than ...
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has said that 5m Wii units have been sold this year so far.
Averting any danger that an hour might pass without one platform holder slating another in the press, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has once again mocked the Sony’s Move ...
The industry has for years worked on the presumption that the Wii is a far more likely second purchase for those who already own either an Xbox 360 and PS3, ...
In his most brazen statement on the subject to date, Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime has admitted that the platform holder isn’t very good at making hardcore games – ...
How will the Wii respond to Sony and Microsoft’s imminent motion control offensive? There are many answers out there. A price cut is one option, though many analysts believe there ...
There’s more than enough evidence to suggest that Apple can rightly lay claim to be the fourth platform holder of the modern video games market – but Nintendo has dismissed ...
It appears that those keen to hear more about Nintendo’s still mysterious Vitality Sensor will get their wish at next year’s E3 in LA in June.