Supporting the competition
Shuhei Yoshida hasn't exactly made an attempt to hide his love for Nintendo over the years. The President of Sony's Worldwide Studios previously revealed he couldn't resist trying out the Switch and was hyped about the release of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In a recent exchange with a fan over on Twitter,...
Wonder if he has a preorder yet
One mistake many platform loyalists make is assuming that the respective bosses of Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo only play on their own systems and don't acknowledge the existence of rival consoles. In recent years we've seen that perspective become increasingly outdated, with top-level execs admitting publicly that...
"I think they're going to cover a new market for themselves"
After the motion-control of the Wii and the dual-screen setup of the Wii U, Nintendo has arguably gone back to basics with the Switch, apparently discarding interface gimmicks to give a more traditional control experience. One person who seems very pleased with that is President of Sony's...
"I can not wait to play Zelda again when it comes out"
Nintendo's presence at E3 2016 may have been somewhat reduced with the company only showing off a handful of games, but the buzz around one of those titles has eclipsed everything else. So much so in fact that Sony's Shuhei Yoshida has publicly voiced his feelings about The Legend of Zelda:...
"People have mobile phones and it's so easy to play games on smartphones"
With the Wii U failing to match the original Wii in terms of commercial success Nintendo has, to a certain extent, relied on its current handheld platform, the 3DS, to balance the books. However, even that system has struggled to replicate the performance of its immediate...
Titles like Splatoon offer an alternative
Sony's president of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida has always had good words to say about Nintendo — he owns not one but two Wii U consoles, after all. He shows no sign of giving up his amiable relationship with the Kyoto firm, and has made some very positive noises in a recent interview with
It can be tempting to think of Nintendo as standing alone in terms of companies with powerful executives that are also charming, affable individuals; we see that side of Satoru Iwata and colleagues frequently in Nintendo Direct broadcasts. It'd be wrong to think these are qualities only found within Nintendo, however, as there are a number...
So much so, he's bought two of them
We've known that Sony's Shuhei Yoshida is a fan of the Wii U for some time — he has previously revealed that he owns Nintendo's current home console — but in a chat with IGN's Greg Miller, he has spoken a little more of his desire to see the console become a success. During the interview, Yoshida mentioned...
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