Full Japanese Nintendo press conference posted in English

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 2 October 2008 21:32 GMT


Nintendo’s posted its entire Tokyo presentation from this morning on its site, lovingly translated into English.

There are some amazing graphs through there. Best in the industry. There’s also this gem of a quote from Big Boy Iwata:

Portable game machines are designed to be enjoyed regardless of time and where you are. The ultimate sales goal is not “one device per household” but “one for each person.”

You tell ’em. Take a look.

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