"No matter the farewell, I think the most appropriate thing to say is 'we'll meet again.'"
NintendObserver’s select content on Satoru Iwata.
"On my business card, I am a corporate president. In my mind, I am a game developer. But in my heart, I am a gamer."
"To get the orange [balloon], grab 20 balloons in a row without letting any vanish to the right."
"We are currently researching how we can efficiently develop Virtual Console titles with limited human resources."
"We have various ideas in mind for collaboration on the character licensing business across Japan, North America and Europe."
"Our business has gone through changes in business environment, a transition period, which we had never experienced before."
"Only a handful of characters can last for one, two or three decades."
"Once the value of a software title decreases, it can never be increased again."
"It is a priority within the company to think about how we can satisfy the consumers who purchased this system to the maximum extent possible."
"Which points we should focus on at E3 change every year depending on the development status of each product and future deployment schedule."
"At the previous headquarters, Mario Club Co., Ltd. performs debug operations and difficulty adjustments for Nintendo products."
"It was rather an exceptional thing for a Japanese company to become the principal owner of a Major League Baseball team."
"For collaborations with software publishers or their games, please consider that there are various ongoing projects below the surface."
"A stock split would damage the premium value Nintendo stock currently holds."
"We are thinking about providing a system where Nintendo can give (individual) offers to each consumer."
"Longevity is one of the values of Nintendo IP, and whenever we actively use our IP, we aim to increase their value."
"If the word 'aggressive' does not walk alone to include misleading meanings, my answer to your question is "'yes.'"
"We acknowledge your request, and I personally want to give it positive consideration."
"There is still room for actual demand to be created from the female demographic."