Reggie Fils-Aime to Retire as Nintendo of America President and COO

Nintendo has announced that Nintendo of America president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime will be retiring after working for more than fifteen years at Nintendo and where he spent the last thirteen working in his current position. He will be replaced by the current senior vice president of sales and marketing and man with an incredibly fitting name, Doug Bowser. In a statement within the press release, F...

Reggie Fils-Aime and Nintendo Respond to Microsoft’s Ice Bucket Challenge

I know. I myself am rather tired of seeing every website in existence covered with these videos of people dumping water on themselves. I almost didn’t want to post this, but hey – its rather decent. Reggie Fils-Aime has answered the challenge from Microsoft’s Phil Spencer, and the results are pretty awesome. Along with a lot of familiar faces from Nintendo, Reggie had ice water d...

Reggie Lets us in to His (Animal Crossing) Home

Animal Crossing: A New Leaf has only been out in Australia for a week, but the rest of the world has had it for a bit longer. The game is so far a huge success, with more than 300 thousand units sold in Japan, and tonnes of players all over the world turning on their 3DS systems every day to water plants, catch fish, and dig up fossils. The game is such a huge success, that The Villager (The playe...

Nintendo President says “Those worrying about used games should just make better games”

Nintendo of America’s President, Reggie Fils-Aime, has weighed in on the current used games debate which Microsoft and Sony have found themselves embroiled in. During an interview with Polygon at E3 2013, Fils-Aime explained that he believes that if companies are worried about used games hurting their profits, they should just make better games. Fils-Aime confirmed in the interview that Nint...

Get a golden Reggie Mii on your Nintendo 3DS today on its anniversary

There isn’t too much time left in the day but Nintendo 3DS owners in North America can turn on their Nintendo 3DSs and leave them to collect a brand new spot pass. This spot pass brings with it a special Mii, one that features some nice golden pants who loves playing Kid Icarus: Uprising. The Mii I’m speaking about of course is Reggie Fils-Aime’s own personal Mii. Reggie’s ...

Xenoblade fans swamp Reggie Fils-Aime on Twitter

It seems that no matter what Nintendo of America tries to do, they can’t shake off the people who don’t want to see the Wii fade into memory with only one or two major titles released this entire year. Shortly before this past weekend began, Nintendo of America’s boss Reggie Fils-Aime decided to take over the companies official Twitter account @NintendoAmerica to have a bit of in...

Reggie Fils-Aime Details future 3DS updates…

Recently, Nintendo announced both Hulu Plus and a boat load of new features that the 3DS will be receiving in a future firmware update. If you kind of shrugged off this news, you may want to pay closer attention as Reggie Fils-Aime himself has now made a new video to share these exciting updates and detail just how they will fit into the 3DS as a whole. Even though most of the information Reggie t...

Nintendo of America is watching Xenoblade’s European performance closely

Despite the best efforts from fans, Xenoblade has yet to be confirmed in North America for a release of any shape and or form. Nintendo of America’s president Reggie Fils-Aime had a bit of an interview with IGN today and he said that despite the fact that Xenoblade has already been translated into English and released in Europe, they are simply going to watch closely. To be more exact he sai...

Nintendo President Satoru Iwata Makes Official Apology to Early 3DS Owners

In response to early 3DS owners that are upset about the retail price dropping from $249.99 to $169.99 on August 12, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has issued a public apology on the official Nintendo website. An english translation has been provided below courtesy of Giant Bomb. To Those Customers Who Bought A Nintendo 3DS Before The Price Change Greetings, everyone. This is Satoru Iwata from Ni...

Nintendo to slash the price of the 3DS to $169.99!; Free Nintendo Classics to be Offered for Early Buyers!

While the 3DS just launched four months ago, Nintendo are now slashing the price to $169.99, which is a rather large cut compared to the previous $249.99 price-tag. This is huge news, as this cut which takes place on August 12th will put the device at the same retail pricing as the Nintendo DSiXL. We have heard rumors of poor sales for the handheld, and this move all but confirms that Nintendo are...

Wii U Confusion And Controversy: The Story So Far, In Plain English

  There has been some confusion and some controversy over the last few weeks since the Wii U’s reveal, and now it seems some are unsure what exactly they’re looking forward to due to some confusion over announcement details and rumours. Well don’t you worry, your buddies here at Capsule Computers have you all sorted out! Here’s everything that happened so far, and ever...

Nintendo Conference Recap E3 2011

Okay everyone! We here at Capsule Computers have some excellent videos to share with you! These videos are from the Nintendo Conference at E3 this year (2011). We have videos of the 25th Anniversary of Zelda speech by Miyamoto, the 3DS presentation segment of the show and the presentation of the eagerly awaited Wii U. So make sure that you check out the videos that interest you below, or all of th...

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