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Submitted by YoungPlex 1108d ago | article

Iwata Asks: Platinum Games now live

Nintendo has published the Iwata Asks: Platinum Games discussion. Executive producer Atsushi Inaba and president Tatsuya Minami talk about their gaming origins, positions in the industry, and direction of their company. (Dev, Nintendo, PlatinumGames, Wii U)

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wiiulee  +   1108d ago
sounds like a fun company and guys that worry about innovation...platinum and nintendo seem to really fit.
clyde san  +   1108d ago
nintendo would be wise to buy them and make them first party. imagine if all platinum games going forward are exclusive to nintendo, from a business standpoint that would help them out.

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