dailygamesnews.com - Nintendo of America's Denise Kaigler has stepped down from her position as vice president of corporate affairs at Nintendo America in order to spend more time with her family.
less chicks and they're might have more testosterone in their games
Don't count on it fool!
Always treat yo motha right foo
Who the hell is Denise Kaigler?
@ Madusha "Nintendo of America's Denise Kaigler has stepped down from her position as >>>vice president of corporate affairs at Nintendo America<<<"
clearly someone who likes to comment before reading anything but the title.
The Wii has dominated the games market since launch because of it being able to pull itself away from the over testosterone filled market. Us red blooded gamers may not like it, but that's the path to making money, which the industry is all about at the end of the day...
Sounds like a lame cover. That's a shame, I liked her. She got way too much flak.
I know that she got a lot of crap for the Nintendo minute thing she did on IGN, but not revealing big secrets and talking in marketing speak was her job.
shes hot. so who takes her place
deffinetly not hot.
Princess Toadstool is the one taking her spot...demand from Mario and friend.
was that a joke?
Family first sucka's!
I'm going to apply today!
E3 2008 had more to do with Cammie lack of marketing ability, she seems so fire and brimstone about it. Denise did the Latin American event shortly after, and she beat the snot out of those annoyingly retort questions about when Wii would go HD and would certain games be better in HD. If the roles were reverse and Cammie was vice, E3 2008 would of been short sweet and to the point, then again the software wasn't there so it would of been clear that Nintendo's E3 didn't suck, but that Nintendo sucked that E3. (No games)
Too bad. I liked Denise. Even more than Reggie. She was very direct.
ionno moms are hot
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