Q&A: Reggie Fils-Aime [GameSpot]
has a lengthy Q&A up with Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime on the company’s big resolutions for the New Year. To call Nintendo optimistic going into 2006 would be an understatement. The five resolutions? First, keep the eyes on the prize, meaning games are what sell systems and Nintendo wants to keep making good games. Second, keep the “mass” in mass audience, this is directed toward Microsoft’s expensive product launch, Nintendo wants the Revolution to be affordable. Third, stop turning away new players. Fourth, to turn game development into a democracy of of great ideas. That fourth resolution returns to the rising cost of gaming for both the consumer and the publisher. And fifth, improving the way gamers play games - hence the Nintendo Revolution controller.
Thanks to Kotaku
Who's site I first read this at.