Here is something we never thought we’d be reading today, let alone typing into a WordPress document, but it’s real: former president of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aime, has joined the board of directors at Gamestop. Yes, that Gamestop.
Got your NES Classic and SNES Classic yet? Now that they’re plentiful and easy to find, better get on it — because it won’e be that way forever. A new interview with Reggie Fils-Aime conducted by THR suggests the company may be planning to take them off the market in 2019, this time for good.
Time Magazine recently published an interview they conducted with Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America. Reggie didn’t discuss or reveal anything about Nintendo’s future game plans, but he did speak a lot about the biggest question mark in the company’s future: making smartphone games.
Reggie Fils-aime has spoken about the Wii’s leveling sales and the impending launch of the Wii U…(more…)
Wow, Sounds like things are turning around for Nintendo. Not only is the 3DS selling like crazy, but Super Mario 3D Land and Skyward Sword are breaking records….
Could Xenoblade finally see release in North America?