Do you think Iwata should be replaced?

#1Human-BeanPosted 7/18/2014 5:24:14 PM
Yes or No? - Results (96 votes)
Yes
25% (24 votes)
24
No
75% (72 votes)
72
This poll is now closed.

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#2Human-Bean(Topic Creator)Posted 7/19/2014 5:22:56 PM
bump
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#3DarkAdonis123Posted 7/19/2014 5:34:02 PM
At this point, why do people still care? He's been re-elected.
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#4AhnoldDoodPosted 7/19/2014 5:34:39 PM
With who?
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#5Dark_SilverXPosted 7/19/2014 5:34:57 PM
He needs to stay. We are getting Amiibos because of him.
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#6LightHawKnightPosted 7/19/2014 5:41:51 PM
Why do people even ask this? Would they rather have an idiot in charge that wants mario to jump higher for 0.99 instead of Iwata who said no instantly?!
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#7Shadowbird_RHPosted 7/19/2014 5:44:29 PM
Yeah, he should be replaced by Fire Iwata, so he can throw fireballs and burn people and stuff in his flashy red and white business suit.
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#8MarsonitePosted 7/19/2014 8:04:19 PM
Why? While I personally think there were several mistakes that were made with the Wii U before and after its launch, and that the price point for both console and games remains too high, and that the gamepad needs to go yesterday...but what difference will firing Iwata make? Who would replace him? For one thing, Iwata's isn't the autocratic leadership Yamauchi's was, so you can expect his vision to be a shared one round the company. What, replace him with someone younger and hipper? That strikes me as the opposite of Nintendo's corporate ethic. It was hardly just Iwata who messed up; Nintendo's current situation is a combination of their approach to gaming and factors that have been brewing for a very long time, including many of the things that made the Wii a smash hit.

Meanwhile, the DS sold like wildfire, the 3DS is the comeback king, going toe-to-toe with the PS4, and I'm interested in where they can take the Wii U post-MK8.
#9DifferentialEquationPosted 7/19/2014 8:08:22 PM
please understand
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#10LightHawKnightPosted 7/19/2014 8:09:38 PM
Marsonite posted...
Why? While I personally think there were several mistakes that were made with the Wii U before and after its launch, and that the price point for both console and games remains too high, and that the gamepad needs to go yesterday...but what difference will firing Iwata make? Who would replace him? For one thing, Iwata's isn't the autocratic leadership Yamauchi's was, so you can expect his vision to be a shared one round the company. What, replace him with someone younger and hipper? That strikes me as the opposite of Nintendo's corporate ethic. It was hardly just Iwata who messed up; Nintendo's current situation is a combination of their approach to gaming and factors that have been brewing for a very long time, including many of the things that made the Wii a smash hit.

Meanwhile, the DS sold like wildfire, the 3DS is the comeback king, going toe-to-toe with the PS4, and I'm interested in where they can take the Wii U post-MK8.


Uh. 3DS going toe to toe with the ps4? How. The 3DS is murdering the PS4. Hell the 3DS isn't even competing with the PS4, since one is a handheld and the other a home console.
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