Tag Archives: Cammie Dunaway
Fri, Aug 15, 2008 | 06:21 BST
Nintendo just put out a press release in response to just-released July NPD data, pointing out small facts like Wii took 49 percent of all console sales in the US last month.
“Great hardware goes hand-in-hand with great software,” said NoA marketing boss Cammie Dunaway. “Various types of games for the Nintendo systems are represented in the top 10, demonstrating how we continue to break down the barriers between veteran and new players.”
Full thing after the link.
Tue, Jul 22, 2008 | 07:03 BST
Nintendo’s Cammie Dunaway has addressed “concerns” that the incredible smile she wore during the company’s E3 press conference last week may not have been as sincere as it appeared.
“I’m really a genuinely smiley, nice person,” the exec told Wired. “Because people think I’m fake, smiling up there. I’m just not. It’s just me. I am who I am.”
There’s more through there on pleasing the hardcore, etc. Read away.
Fri, Jul 18, 2008 | 16:16 BST
Nintendo focused squarely on the fact Wii had overtaken 360 in US sales in its post-NPD statement last night, although, gallantly, refused to name the Microsoft console in its release.
“Equaling its status on a worldwide basis, Wii has become the best-selling video game console in the United States,” said the company.
“According to independent sales tracking information from the NPD Group, more than 666,000 Wii consoles sold for the month of June, and nearly 10.9 million Wii consoles have been sold in the United States in the 20 months following its November 2006 launch. The system is credited with breaking down the psychological barriers between gamers and non-gamers.”
Full thing after the break. Thanks, Kotaku.
Tue, Jul 15, 2008 | 10:00 BST
Nintendo has issued a press release confirming exactly who will be taking to the stage to host its E3 press conference in LA this evening.
Starting at at 5.00pm UK time, the Nintendo briefing will be fronted by Satoru Iwata, Shigeru Miyamoto, Reggie Fils-Aime, Cammie Dunaway and Denise Kaigler.
Nintendo added: “With its popular Wii and Nintendo DS video game systems and game releases that resonate with an ever-expanding audience, Nintendo continues to break down the barriers between gamers and non-gamers.”
We’ll be there, Nintendo.
By Mike Bowden