2221 posts since 01/01/08
Older employees retiring, as I hoped and expected. I'm not convinced, as others are, that Iwata is the problem in Nintendo's management. I think Reggie and older hands at Nintendo Japan have been more of a problem, we've no evidence that Iwata is part of, or the entirety of, whatever management failings have taken place over the last few years. I find it strange that someone like Iwata--a relatively young man who has spear-headed some of Nintendo's more forward looking policies--would be the person holding the company back.