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  • News Iwata Keynote Transcript

    Nintendo have released a transcript of Satoru Iwata's Games Developers Conference speech yesterday.

    Just in case you were interested in exactly what the Nintendo president had to say, we've received a full length transcript of the keynote speech, delivered yesterday. "Thank you so much for giving me the honor of speaking before you again this year. In my job, I have to talk to a lot of people,..

  • News Miyamoto Webcast Online

    British Gaming Blog uploads a full transcript and video of this rare broadcasted interview with a living legend.

    Miyamoto has been extremely busy in Europe this past week, as we earlier reported he would take part in a telecast interview with website, where gamers would be able to submit their own questions to the man behind Nintendo success. UK based British Gaming Blog yesterday made..

  • News Miyamoto Not Phased By Sony

    The expected dual launch between Sony and Nintendo doesn't worry the grandfather of games.

    With Miyamoto's recent trip to Europe, he seemed to stop off at pretty much every press opportunity he had, what a 54-year-old legend. When in London, he stopped briefly in talk exclusively to The Observer, the over-sized newspaper of England. Seeing as the news about the PlayStation delay, the reporter tried..

  • News Zelda Confirmed To Use Revolution Controller

    Miyamoto confirms that Zelda: Twilight Princess will take full advantage of Revolution and its controller...

    One of the biggest rumours floating around in Nintendo waters has been about the upcoming Gamecube title, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and its "compatibility" with the next-generation console, the Revolution. Whilst visiting in Europe, Nintendo UK had a quick word with Shigeru..

  • News Inside The Opera Browser

    Cubed3 puts the questions to the people at Opera, who recently announced its pending web browser for Nintendo DS.

    Our friends over at Cubed3 have had a chance to quiz Berit Hanson, the Opera PR Manager for devices about the upcoming Opera web browser for Nintendo DS. The interview, posted today, covers a bunch of questions you might have about the software such as standards and plugin support..

  • News Question Miyamoto

    Nintendo frontman to be grilled by the public via an online webchat this coming Friday 17th March 2006.

    Miyamoto needs no introduction, you all probably know who he is. Nintendo have revealed that the man himself will be taking part in an online webchat next Friday via the website. It's your chance to put your questions to Nintendo's legend. "Mr. Miyamoto will be giving fans the..

  • News Download Your Games... In The Future

    EA's big European boss reckons digital download distribution will replace physical media within the next 10 years.

    Dr. Jens Uwe Intat of EA Europe states "within the next ten years all entertainment media will be downloaded to a device". Bold statement? actually no, it's probably about right. Speaking at the firm's European HQ in Chertsey, Dr. Intat...

  • News Metroid Prime Cheaters Will Be Hunted reveal lots of Metroid features in an interview with the games designer, Rich Vorodi.'s "NOA Andy" had a chance to sit down with the game designer behind the highly anticipated new Metroid game, Metroid Prime Hunters for Nintendo DS. Rich Vorodi first explained abit about his role in the development and what he was responsible for. "I was the game designer for Metroid..

  • News New Super Mario Bros. Producer Speaks

    Nintendo Power speak to Takashi Tezuka, the producer of the New Super Mario Bros. title for Nintendo DS.

    EuroGamer report on an article in this months Nintendo Power magazine talking to Takashi Tezuka, the director of Super Mario World and producer of New Super Mario Bros. title, who says, "is set to be a return to form rather than a radical departure". "When developing this game, I really..


  • News Reggie Just Keeps Talking

    The latest interview with Reggie Fils-Aime hits the blogosphere, he talks DS Lite, Revolution & Zelda.

    Engadget have published a lengthy interview with the big boss man, Reggie Fils-Aime. One interesting point, the interviewer, Peter Rojas, asked if we should expect a third iteration of the DS in about 18 months time. Reggie replied: "I wouldn’t say that that’s an unreasonable assumption..

  • News Uwe Boll Rants

    Cult Hero film maker snaps back at the gaming press, also talks about his fantasic movies.

    Useless Uwe Boll today sat down and talked to EuroGamer, he had quite a lot to say about the press, his movies and everything in-between. Apparently our fault, the gaming press, as to why his movies get such a bad reputation. Lets remember that his recent movies, such as BloodRayne, got totally slammed by the..

  • News Step Into The Blue Ocean

    Ocean, whatever happened to those guys? Anyways, Nintendo of America talk philosophy.

    The business industry loves buzzwords and hooks, Perrin Kaplan, Nintendo of America's vice president, marketing and corporate affairs, has come up with something. We all know the direction Nintendo is heading in at the moment, but here's what Kaplan came up with when talking to "Inside Nintendo,..

  • News Reggie Speaks, We Listen

    Reggie has once more told us nothing, but promises we'll know all come May.

    Nintendo are notorious for keeping there lips tightly sealed when talking pre-game for new ventures. We know quite a lot about Revolution, but we don't know everything. Reggie teased us once more this week, talking to Electronic Gaming Monthly, via EuroGamer he said the following. "Come , we'll disclose a lot more..

  • News Gates Comments On The Revolution

    Microsoft's Bill Gates reveals a slice of his thoughts on Nintendo's Revolution console.

    You may hate Bill Gates, for whatever reason, but he's not a stupid guy. He's probably the reason your here now, on a computer, whether you like it or not. Being behind one of Nintendo's rivals, it would be easy to slam the Revolution -- but that would be a little naive. The two systems are quite different, in..


  • News Twilight Princess To Surpass Every Expectation

    Zelda character designer says Twilight Princess "more than you could possibly ever, ever, ever expect".

    Nintendo tease us, yet again, with some little bite-size slices of Twilight Princess information. Nintendo Power recently interviewed the game's character designer, Yoshiyuki Oyama, which has been transcribed by "Finally, no...

  • News Reggie's New Year Revolutions

    Reggie tells how it is right now and how its gonna be for the rest of the year.

    The media giant CNET recently caught up with Reggie Fils-Aime, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Nintendo America, and asked him about the company's plans for 2006. The lengthy interview talked about various aspects of Nintendo's future, including both the Revolution and Nintendo DS..

  • News ATI Talks Revolution Graphics

    Revolution Report sit down with ATI to talk about the upcoming Hollywood graphics card.

    The other day Revolution Report's Senior Editor, Shawn White, managed to snag an interview with ATI's Public Relations Manager, John Swinimer. ATI are responsible for the graphics card in the upcoming Nintendo Revolution, code-named "Hollywood", they also designed the Gamecube's graphics card, code-named..

  • News Miyamoto Calls New Zelda Game "Hardcore"

    Could The Twilight Princess be the most violent and dark Zelda game so far?

    Shigeru Miyamoto steps into the spotlight again, this time talking to the UK's Maxim magazine about the egally awaited Legend of Zelda: The Twilight Princess game due for release later this year. Maxim asked Miyamoto if he was ever "tempted to throw Nintendo's life-long...

  • News Nintendo Goes Back To Basics In 2006

    Shigeru Miyamoto speaks with Japanese favourite, Famitsu, about Odama and 2006.

    The lord that is Miyamoto took time out of his busy schedule to reflect on the coming year with the Japanese magazine. He talked about modern games and how we need to recapture that original feeling we had when playing those NES games. "Nintendo's theme for 2006 will be 'Create new fun'. 'Spread the fun of games to..