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    Iwata: Xbox SmartGlass offers 'a small facet' of Wii U capabilities

    Nintendo president claims Microsoft's alternative may suffer from lag problems. Microsoft's SmartGlass technology will only provide a limited dual-screen service in comparison to the Wii U, Nintendo company president Satoru Iwata has claimed. Click here to read the full article More...
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    Iwata says developers are currently utilising 'only half Wii U's full potential'

    CEO hints that future games will compare favourably with Xbox 360 and PS3 versions. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata believes developers are currently utilising only half of the Wii U's potential. Click here to read the full article More...
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    Iwata: Xbox Live and PSN are too far developed for Nintendo to catch up

    Current online platforms 'not particularly well suited' to the Nintendo approach. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata believes that the numerous years Sony and Microsoft have spent developing their online platforms has left Nintendo behind and that rushing to "overcome or catch up" to them wouldn't...
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    Iwata not convinced that PS4 and next Xbox will offer a true graphical leap

    Plus - Nintendo president predicts E3 2013 reveal of Sony and Microsoft systems. Next generation consoles in production at Sony and Microsoft may not provide a significant generational leap that consumers are accustomed to, the president of Nintendo has said. Click here to read the full...
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    Iwata: Consumers 'now waiting for new home consoles'

    Nintendo president acknowledges Wii sales have peaked. Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata believes the market is ready for new consoles. Click here to read the full article More...
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    Iwata ponders 'new stages for Super Mario' as DLC

    Nintendo boss speaks in support of the future use of DLC. It seems Nintendo really is ready to jump on board the DLC bandwagon, as boss man Satoru Iwata further talks up the firm's stance on releasing downloadable extras. Click here to read the full article More...
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