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Submitted by ThomasBW84 854d ago | opinion piece

Talking Point: Nintendo's New Year Resolutions

So it's the start of a New Year, and is the ideal time to reflect on hopes for future success and on what can be done better. Nintendo had an exceptionally busy 2012, working hard to expand the 3DS user-base and releasing the XL hardware iteration, while also bringing us its new home console, Wii U. It's easy to imagine that Satoru Iwata and his team, as well as regional groups in North America, Europe and elsewhere, have all enjoyed a much needed break.

Still, with a New Year not only comes optimism, but a host of challenges for Nintendo to confront and, hopefully, overcome. Nintendo Life outlines three of the key objectives for the big N as it seeks to make a success of its current generation systems and, ultimately, survive in one of the gaming industry's most competitive periods. (3DS, Industry, Nintendo, Wii U)

Klonopin  +   854d ago
2013: Reggie finally puts on lotion.
Kingofwiiu  +   854d ago
Just keep doing what you're doing Nintendo. Real gamers don't care that your wiiu and 3DS aren't the most powerfull devices out there. We just care that you carry on and give us the games that we crave.
PopRocks359  +   854d ago
Put a little more into the online effort and obviously gives us some news on your upcoming large scale games.
johan01   854d ago | Spam

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