"I think that the demand itself for entertainment is increasing rather than decreasing."
NintendObserver’s select content on the third quarter of the fiscal year ending March 2015.
"We have to take the approach that encourages consumers to retrieve information at their own will."
"We have never ever lost our passion for video games and will continue to make them."
"Our goal of the fiscal year ending March 2017 will be to make the video game business robust."
Four development divisions. Hardware: Takeda. First-party: Miyamoto. Second-party: Takahashi. System: Iwata.
"In addition, our development team has been testing various forms of amiibo other than plastic figures."
Digital is growing ever strong.
Nintendo had no idea amiibo would perform so well as to become a ground for scalpers.
The new games in the franchises completely outsold their previous iterations.
Given the "Same-Generation Hypothesis," I think we might see a comeback of GameCube IPs from Nintendo this generation.
The growth is real.
The 3DS is set for another big year in Japan.
Over 300,000 New Nintendo 3DS sold in the U.S. and Europe combined at launch.
Tomodachi Life sold even better in France than it did in the U.S. Merci Kev Adams, et merci Secret Story.
Three hence the majority of these Japanese double-million sellers are from third parties on Nintendo.
Back in black and up and running.
Yes indeed there are games from third-parties coming to Nintendo's platforms.
Yes: Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem is still happening.
4 Nintendo published Wii U titles sold over a million units in the span of the last nine months.