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Nintendo promises great content and better marketing for 2014

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Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Aime declared on GameTrailers that 2014 is going to different for Nintendo. With the promise of great content on its way for both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo also promises to ‘create an environment where 3rd party developers [can] jump in with their best content.’

Fils-Aime explained that, “if you want to play Assassin’s Creed, we got it. If you want to play Call of Duty, we got it.” But the most important thing to keep in mind is that ‘software sells hardware.’

“As I look at our software lineup, I’m feeling pretty good. What I’m confident about is that we’re going to get a strong software that we’ve already announced, we’ve got other strong software in development and in the end, if we execute with great software, we’re going to drive the install base. We’re going to create an environment where 3rd party developers jump in with their best content. That’s what we’re looking to do.. and this is the only place where you can play those great Nintendo franchise.”

Fils-Aime also reassured that Nintendo’s marketing will be far better than it has when the Wii U first launched back in 2013.

“The marketing activity is going to be constant throughout the entire year. You tease me a little bit that ‘boy the first half [of 2013] was a little quiet,’ and y’know what, you look back and it was. We’re not going to be making that same mistake in 2014.”

Do you believe that Nintendo will be true to their world? 

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source: gametrailers

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