All in all, yesterday was a good day for the Nintendo president!
However, he will remain active at Nintendo's home base in Kyoto.
The Big N's CEO recently revealed he wants his company to be known for more than the video games they develop...
It’s like Animal Crossing meets The Sims, with Miis.
A subjective, and possibly outdated, look at the Wii U
In other words, if you’re a Nintendo investor, I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news.
A recent investor's Q&A revealed Nintendo's Satoru Iwata doesn't fancy the idea of lowering the price on digital games, and that the PS4 and Xbox One will actually be positive for the company...
Learn how Mr. Iwata joined Nintendo as he plays Balloon Fight with the show's Chief, Arino. Also Mr. Iwata discusses why games in the NES days were so hard.
I guess I should never underestimate the appeal of collecting puzzle pieces and growing virtual flowers.
The “Big N” believes the best way to resonate with gamers is to create titles with fun and entertaining gameplay, not with a "message."
Nintendo's famous failure may be coming back.
Despite their recent financial performance, Nintendo makes it clear that they are not interested in cutting staff.
There was other stuff too, but CHIBI-ROBO!
As it turns out, The Nintendo president made no such claim to begin with.
What is it? Here’s a hint: It’s not Mario or Pokemon related.
I hope you weren't too excited for it.
See what great games you'll have for the Wii U and 3DS over the next few months.
Wii would like U to understand. And play.
My body was no where near ready for this.
Today on Hard News, Iwata becomes new CEO of NoA, new Call of Duty leak, and Dragon's Crown controversy.