It's no secret that Nintendo is going through a transition. While Wii U sales were up during the holidays, they've plummeted since.
Nintendo shares plunge 17% after the recent announcements.
Despite today's adjusted sales forecasts and loss projections, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says he won't be stepping down.
In a new earnings release, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata outlined how his company has reduced its Wii U sales projections from 9 million to...
Iwata discusses how Nintendo handles third party developers and that the company wants to build sustainable relationships rather than pay for exclusives.
Iwata admits that Pikmin 3 and The Wonderful 101 didn't serve to increase Wii U sales like the company previously hoped.
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Iwata says as Nintendo has grown as a company, consumers have increasingly high expectations.
Nintendo president says that cutting employees is not good in the long run.
Iwata's investor approval rating is at an all time low after Nintendo released annual investor approval ratings.
Iwata addresses investors concerning the word play and twisting mainstream media outlets may pull using his quotes.
Nintendo has more Wii U games in development which haven't been announced yet, planned for release by 2014
Satoru Iwata puts it frankly when talks about social media integration and game consoles.
Nintendo president says that first priority is to get the Wii U back on track, then focus on third party games.
Nintendo can't do this alone. Iwata addresses the lack of third party support.
Iwata speaks candidly about Nintendo's failure to market the Wii U properly.
Satoru Iwata and Shigeru Miyamoto take a break from their busy schedules to hang out in the Pikmin 3 booth at E3.