Nintendo Boss: Don't use the Word Success

By Jorge Ba-oh 30.11.2012

Nintendo Boss: Don

Nintendo's Satoru Iwata insists that staff shouldn't use the term "success" when describing a past project or concept.

Speaking in an interview with IGN, Satoru Iwata expressed his regret for the Wii U day one required update, but he also delved into his approach to managing Nintendo and the strict development policies within the company.

The Nintendo boss revealed his insistence to never use the term "success" despite the company's multiple awards and continually high praise in its games. He hopes that by establishing a sense to continually improve, innovate and work on any lacking areas that the company and studios will not become complacent.

If we call a result of any of our efforts a 'success'… we might apply it as the standard for success for future projects as well.

So that's the workings at the House of Mario - keep on improving and expanding. Down with the story, keep on innovating or no more glory.

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