Reggie Says Nintendo Fan Desires “Doesn’t Affect What We Do” [THATS THE PROBLEM]


Well I thought this picture was fitting. Reggie basically says we don’t care what games YOU WANT, but we will give you what games WE want to give you. Aka Mario…

Nintendo of America president has told Siliconera that despite legions of dedicated Nintendo fans signing petitions for certain games, it ultimately doesn’t affect what the company does. Reggie points out the fact that a vast number of signatures on a petition don’t necessarily equate to large numbers of software sales.


“I have to tell you — it doesn’t affect what we do. We certainly look at it, and we’re certainly aware of it, but it doesn’t necessarily affect what we do.”

Fils-Aime went on to say that while he’s “aware of what’s happening,” he is ultimately “paid to make sure that we’re driving the business forward.”

“The thing we know [about petitions] is that 100,000 signatures doesn’t mean 100,000 sales,” he said.


25 thoughts on “Reggie Says Nintendo Fan Desires “Doesn’t Affect What We Do” [THATS THE PROBLEM]

  1. Aquaflamebeat:Hey Reggie, you see that acid pool in front of you.
    Reggie: (Directly next to it)Yep I see it.
    Aquaflamebeat: (Pushes Reggie into the acid pool and dies instantly)HAHAHAHAHAHAHA ETC!!!! IT’S BEAUTIFUL!!

  2. Reggie: Your desires don’t effect us.
    Nintendo Fans:You do realize what you just said is dumber then tuna flavored pudding.
    Nintendo Fans: Exactly. You said that your fans desires, you know, the people that by your products, don’t matter.
    Reggie:You didn’t hear squat.
    Nintendo Fans:(Replays what he said on tape recorder)
    Reggie:I got to go to the….um…..a……place where you aren’t so I can discuss this with some people at some time in some place.(leaves)
    Nintendo Fans:,,,,,,At least they got that DKCTF compitition in Canada.(Crowd leaves)

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