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Iwata: “Nintendo is not good at competing,” so must offer something different

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has given a speech regarding his views on the company’s standing and future as it continues to make Wii U a success. He has stressed that simply copying the competition is not Nintendo’s style, and that he isn’t afraid of failure.

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Dr Kawashima's Brain Training headlines

  • Kawashima confirms third Brain Training title

    Ryuta Kawashima hasĀ confirmed a third Brain Training title isĀ on the way.

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  • Wii Sports Resort, Layton top Nintendo games of 2009 in UK

    ELSPA’s announced that Wii Sports Resort and Professor Layton and the Curious Village were the top-selling Wii and DS games, respectively, last year in the UK.

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  • Mario & Sonic still lead UK charts

    The UK all-formats for the week ending February 23. Here’s last week’s, if you fancy comparing the two. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training Devil May Cry 4 Wii Play Game Party Turok FIFA 08 Unreal Tournament III The Simpsons Game

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  • Watchdog slams Nintendo for discrimination against Northerners

    Good grief. Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training made a five-minute appearance on British TV show Watchdog tonight ater it emerged that the game doesn’t actually recognise northern British accents. One woman from Manchester moaned, probably through a mouthful of pie, “Basically you have to say the different colours that flash up on the screen as quickly […]

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