Nintendo Wants More Innovative Games for the Revo


“Video game players are tiring of sequels and the industry needs to move to new games to broaden the market,” according to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.  He thinks his company’s next-gen console could be the platform to catapult cash-strapped development teams into the big time. “We would like to create a circumstance where they can realize their dreams.”  Iwata urged developers to come up with new games that not only appeal to young males.  How about Barbie and Paris Hilton teaming up to rid the world of everything not made of plastic?

 


“Video game players are tiring of sequels and the industry needs to move to new games to broaden the market,” according to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.  He thinks his company’s next-gen console could be the platform to catapult cash-strapped development teams into the big time. “We would like to create a circumstance where they can realize their dreams.”  Iwata urged developers to come up with new games that not only appeal to young males.  How about Barbie and Paris Hilton teaming up to rid the world of everything not made of plastic?

 

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