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Nintendo President Won't Appear at E3 2015

Due to other business over in Japan, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata will not be coming to E3 this year.

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Nintendo FY3/2015 Financial Results Briefing, Q&A 9: Smart Device Strategy

“Longevity is one of the values of Nintendo IP, and whenever we actively use our IP, we aim to increase their value.”

Question:

In my mind, I already have a clear-cut image as to what will happen in a year or two from today, but I hope to be able to correctly understand your mid-term smart device software strategy.

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Nintendo FY3/2015 Financial Results Briefing, Q&A 8: "Aggressive"

“If the word “aggressive” does not walk alone to include misleading meanings, my answer to your question is “yes.””

Question:

This time, the partnerships with DeNA and Universal Parks & Resorts have been announced one after the other, and from an objective view, I feel that the once “conservative” Nintendo has changed.

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Nintendo FY3/2015 Financial Results Briefing, Q&A 6: Nintendo 3DS

“There is still room for actual demand to be created from the female demographic.”

Question:

I would like to clarify the current situation of Nintendo 3DS.

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Nintendo FY3/2015 Financial Results Briefing, Q&A 5: "The New Core System"

“When we look at Nintendo’s current network services from this perspective and others, they look like patchwork.”

Question:

My question is about “the new core system.” Because it has not been largely picked up by media or investors, I would like Mr.

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Nintendo FY3/2015 Financial Results Briefing, Q&A 4: NX

“If you expect us to discuss NX during the upcoming E3 show, you will just end up being disappointed.”

Question:

To the extent that you can share with us today, I would like you to give us a hint about NX, the dedicated video game system for which you said you would announce the details in 2016.

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