Last week Cammie Dunaway left the gaming industry after three years as Nintendo's executive vice president of sales and marketing. Where is Cammie going? She's taken on a role that will generate countless jobs for children 13 and under.
Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of sales and marketing, is leaving not just Nintendo but the game industry effective Oct. 1, a month shy of her third anniversary with the company, according to Nintendo.
Gaming Angel's founder Trina Schwimmer's list of women in games includes ten people who have helped change the game industry from the inside. While it's not all inclusive, it is a very sound list.
They were the least popular people at E3! Least, they were according to some round-up work done by Bitmob in the wake of their E3 keynote study.
Nintendo is kicking off the release of the DSi with a ever-so-slightly star-studded midnight launch event at Los Angeles' Universal CityWalk GameStop.
Welcome to the Family is a series of three letters that will run this week from the heads of Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.
Are those of you who felt let down by Nintendo's E3 showing hanging onto hopes that maybe, just maybe they'll pull something out just for you at the last minute? As if it were your birthday, and all day everyone seemed to have forgotten, and just as you're heading home for the night, surprise!
Nintendo's E3 conference didn't really go to plan. Lots of disappointment afterwards. Disappointment that manifested itself into hate. Hate that was then focused on Nintendo of America's Cammie Dunaway, and her Mother's Day cards, and her cute puppies, and her world-devouring grin. People felt she was grating,…
I spent the first half of this week hanging out with the likes of Michael Pachter, Peter Moore, Mike Gallagher and Nintendo of America's recently appointed vice president of marketing, Cammie Dunaway at Ziff Davis' Electronic Gaming Summit.
The average Wii gamer is a hardcore gamer, Nintendo of America's Cammie Dunaway told the Electronic Gaming Summit today.
More games were purchased in the first 18 months of the Wii's life than any other console's first year and a half, Nintendo said today.