In an interview about Nintendo’s sudden shift into DLC and season passes with Mario Golf: World Tour, CEO Satoru Iwata said that he came up with the idea after pretending to be like a successful CEO like Activision Blizzard’s Robert Kotick.
A concerned gamer tries to set his girlfriend down on the path to true gaming goodness with a PlayStation Vita.
Yoshi’s New Island for the Nintendo 3DS has only been out for less than a month, but it appears that the CIA has already found its music to be an effective tool for torture when getting information out of prisoners.
Name one thing Nintendo does better than Sony. That’s right, you can’t. Nintendo is in terrible shape right now but you wouldn’t think so if you compared them to Sony. Sony even behaves like a dying company better than Nintendo and Nintendo’s already dead.
A worried dad wonders why his son is sexually attracted to Pokémon and asks how much therapy it will take for him to gradually work his way down to the characters in Digimon.
On the latest edition of Iwata Asks, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata asked the Yoshi’s New Island developers at Arzest on how they captured the essence of Yoshi’s Island and made it worse.
Nintendo has been falling behind on a lot of modern gaming conventions but by adding more cutscenes than gameplay into Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, maybe this game can turn the Wii U around.
Steel Diver: Sub Wars is Nintendo’s first Western foray into the free-to-play genre. Unfortunately, investors are not happy with this development as there are no microtransactions in the game.
The next Nintendo Direct is set to be released tomorrow, but many were wondering why it was taking so long. The answer has finally been revealed after a cameraman said today that Satoru Iwata just couldn’t stop crying while doing the presentation.
Claiming that he has no recollection of the past eight hours, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata admitted to Japanese press that he was drinking before the meeting and was intoxicated while making new announcements.
It’s no longer fun and games at Nintendo after they revised their 55 billion yen profit forecast to a staggering 35 billion loss. After the news broke that Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata will not resign, stockholders are now planning to murder him in order to enact change.
In an interview held back in June 2013 by Famitsu with Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata, it was revealed that Nintendo was very close to discontinuing the Wii U. Iwata claims that he decided not to go through with it after losing a coin flip.