The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences held its annual DICE Awards last night, and Fallout 4 came out as the evening’s biggest winner.
Satoru Iwata was an icon in the gaming industry, and he changed it in radical ways. Without him, so much that we know as part of gaming would not exist. He mattered not only to me, but to an entire industry and to the world that benefited from his ideas. He made us smile, he helped us laugh, and most of all, he gave us memories.
This is certainly some really sad news as it has been confirmed by Nintendo that Satoru Iwata, president of the company, passed away at age 55 due to a bile duct growth.
After denying and stating it as a bad idea, Nintendo has announced that they are heading to smart devices.
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With the recent success of Mario Kart 8 hitting 2 million sales and Wii U consoles sales also up, it seems investors still have faith in Mr. Iwata as President of Nintendo. For now.
Nintendo‘s troubles were made apparent with the release of their earnings report on May 7th and 8th. The company posted a staggering $457 million loss for the 2013 fiscal year. Nintendo gave two reasons for this loss.
Nintendo will be releasing interactive figurines of its staple characters in a variety of video games that will be available for the Wii U and 3DS. Mr. Iwata revealed this morning in a briefing to investors in Japan. The figurines will work just like they do in other popular video games such as Skylanders and Disney’s Infinity. At the briefing Mr. Iwata only showed a figurine of Mario but th...[Read More]
According to sources close to Shigeru Miyamoto and Satoru Iwata, Nintendo has been testing the market to see if Nintendo fans want their favorite franchise characters in more mature roles.
I keep on hearing about how Nintendo is in trouble and is dying because the Wii-U is doing poorly. The problem with that is this: the financial data does not back this up. Nintendo’s financial data that they released showed they made a profit of $98,891,500 (¥10,195,000,000).
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Nintendo president, Satoru Iwata, shares his 10 year plan for Nintendo with shareholders and investors yesterday.