Tagged:  Satoru Iwata

By Eddie Inzauto, January 29, 2014 0 GN

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has announced that his pay will be halved for at least five months in the wake of a 30 percent decrease in company profits, while other board members, including legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto, will see… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, April 24, 2013 0 GN

This year’s E3 will be heavily focused on Microsoft and Sony as the two companies reveal more details about their upcoming consoles, so Nintendo has opted to take a different approach and scale down. In a financial results briefing, Nintendo… Read More »

By Jordyn Clough, April 24, 2013 0 GN

  Nintendo global president and CEO Satoru Iwata has taken on the  role of CEO of Nintendo of America, following an annual sales report on the Wii U creator’s business. Iwata’s newfound position involves him overseeing the company’s administration and corporate… Read More »

By Mike Murphy, September 12, 2012 0 GN

Nintendo has confirmed on its official Twitter that the price and date for the Wii U, the first next-generation console, will be revealed tomorrow during the company’s latest edition of Nintendo Direct. The broadcast will be hosted by Nintendo President… Read More »

By Dan McKenney, June 7, 2012 0 GN

The Miiverse, Nintendo’s new social network, will be open to all Wii U players at launch, as well as 3DS users in the future. As we previously reported, the service will allow users to post messages and draw pictures to… Read More »

By Kem Alily, February 1, 2012 0 GN

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has reaffirmed the company’s position on its next-generation system, the Nintendo Wii U, stating that although this will be the console maker’s first venture into the HD era, Nintendo will remain resolute in providing gamers with… Read More »

By Kem Alily, January 31, 2012 0 GN

Nintendo announced that although its stance on DLC has not changed, the company’s future online service – the Nintendo Network – will allow microtransactions. Several executives have backed the idea, reiterating that it will bolster third-party support for the Big… Read More »