The Nintendo triforce reunites at E3 2013, ready to show off the Wii U and a ton of new games.
Satoru Iwata is assuming the position of Nintendo of America CEO after the fiscal year report resulted in management changes for Nintendo.
Pace of releases has been “slower than we hoped”, but Nintendo looking to take some lessons from well-performing 3DS.
Nintendo celebrates the release of Nintendo TVii with an episode of “Reggie Asks”
The lengthy Wii U day-one update will be pre-installed on consoles shipping in Spring 2013.
Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime believes the Wii U is powerful enough to fend off the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720.
Nintendo believes that Miiverse, Wii U’s social network, is one of its most important aspects.
Nintendo confirms that Retro Studios is working on a Wii U project. And so is Miyamoto at Nintendo EAD in Japan.
Reggie answers questions about the Wii U, and squashes a rumor started by Michael Pachter.
Nintendo has revealed that there are more unannounced Wii U games in development, some will be released during the launch window.
Nintendo learned the lessons from the 3DS pricing disaster, and believes that they have the right price for the Wii U.
Nintendo isn’t calling the Wii U a tablet any longer – it’s a unique controller with a touchscreen and many other features.
Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime says he’d love to see GameCube games released on the Wii U eShop. Who wouldn’t?
The specs are good enough to last many years into the future and secure the best third party games, says Nintendo.
Full video of the Wii U presentation has been posted online.
When you start up the Wii U, first screen will present Miiverse and what your friends are doing.
The Wii U was relatively successful at E3, with two dozen games showcased, and some new features revealed.