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Iwata on Nintendo's Software Drought

Speaking at a press conference after the company's financial briefing back in March (the translated transcript of which has only just been released), Iwata suggested that the lack of new compelling software for the Wii since Christmas was "inevitable" due to the pressure in delivering quality products.

"Honestly speaking," he said, "whether entertainment software is good enough or not cannot be told until development nears completion. Even amongst the software created by Shigeru Miyamoto of Nintendo, some have turned out to be entertaining enough in line with the original development concept while some turned out to be lacking something in the end."

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