Nintendo’s current financial problems has been reported all over the Internet these past few weeks, so it’s pretty much common knowledge nowadays, but while people continue to bust out rumors and speculations about what the company is going to do (including the new console hoax that made the rounds a few days ago), Nintendo CEO(…)
All of the recent doom-and-gloom predictions about Nintendo’s future, despite being unproven, do have a basis in fact, as their quarterly financial meeting in Japan proved that there is a need to shake things up and make their latest console, the Wii U, appeal more to consumers.
In a recent interview with computerandvideogames.com, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has revealed that the Wii U’s problems right now has very little to do with the price (which is markedly higher than their previous consoles and with the current gen’s newer batches), but more to do with the lack of available software. “The basic version(…)
When the Nintendo Wii U first launched, fans were immediately treated to a massive online patch that took about an hour to download and install for people with decent broadband connection. The bad thing is that the patch is mandatory as it is needed to access online features, but what’s worse is that people who(…)
You can say what you want to say about Nintendo’s consoles and handheld falling behind their competitors when it comes to graphics capabilities, but it can’t be denied that the gaming giant is still a force to be reckoned with on the market, HD graphics or no. In fact, they’ve already proven that they can(…)