Before E3, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime answers our questions about the future of Nintendo's enduring 3DS handheld.
The Nintendo of America president says fan petitions to revive legacy games are only that -- petitions -- and don't necessarily translate to sales.
The Nintendo of America president will play 3DS and Wii U games with fans at "I'm With Reggie" tweetups held across the US.
Speaking in a video posted to Facebook, the Nintendo of America president says its presence at the show will still "surprise and delight."
Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime says in a recent interview that his company is a bit disappointed by the "pace of launches" of games for its console.
The last thing his company needs to do, says the president of Nintendo of America, is react to its rivals.
The company's chief operating officer thinks that $299 starting price on the Wii U is a great value for customers.
Q&A Its Wii and DS video game machines already dominate the console and handheld markets. Now the company president wants to capture the rest of the hold-out audiences.
Nintendo hasn't announced any plans to pursue virtual reality in any upcoming game system, but Nintendo's roots are already deep in all the pieces that could make it work.
Demand for the video game company's real-world figurines that interact with video games, called Amiibo, still far outstrips supply.