Shigeru Miyamoto has created a plethora of game characters and games. Many of his ideas come from his hobbies. He has expressed his desire in making an all-new character. That could mean an all new game. But what?
You'd think that the guy who created Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Wii Music wouldn't have any regrets. Oh wait.
It's easy to make fun of Wii Music, but remember, it still sold over two million units. Which probably explains why Nintendo are still talking publicly about the possibility of more of the things.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata reminded attendees of the company's financial results briefing that it does not employ a powerful deity, as famed Nintendo game designer is not, in reality, a god walking the Earth.
Wii Music didn't become the breakout hit Nintendo was hoping for. It was a sales disappointment of sorts. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata thinks the software elicits one of two reactions.
These are such things as dreams are made on, the colorful concepts of dying developers, the universes that will never be.
Nintendo is teaming with The National Association for Music Education to get the Wii and Wii Music into schools, the two announced today.
Wii Music challenges players to use their imagination to make their Wii remote and nunchuck into musical instruments. Accessory developer ezGear says screw imagination, here's some plastic instruments.
Wii Music hasn't set the world ablaze. Still, it is an "evergreen title" — to use the proper Nintendo lingo. That, and Shigeru Miyamoto developed it.
We successfully tested Wii Music against a cheerleader and real musicians, but it was the last test that took the cake. As it turns out, Nintendo wasn't ecstatic on the dog playing the Wii idea, but neither was the dog. We were however able to convince them to let us bring the dog in the trailer to see if he would…