Nintendo president Iwata at GDC - Nintendo Ask any video game insider about the future of gaming and they'll quickly point to Facebook blockbusters like Farmville and mobile hits
like Angry Birds.
Ask Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata, however, and you're in for a rough ride.
During his keynote speech at this week's Game Developers Conference, Iwata shrugged off the success of social and mobile gaming by issuing a clear warning to game makers: such titles are bad for business as they promote quantity over quality, and the increased interest in these platforms will threaten their very livelihoods.
"The majority of people here are creating games for social and mobile," Iwata said to a packed crowd on Wednesday. "I fear our business isRead More »from Nintendo facing industry backlash over controversial comments