If you're feeling a bit neglected by the folks at Nintendo of America, now that it's at the top of the console market heap, President Reggie Fils-Aime wants you to know that they're listening.
Fils-Aime tells GameDaily that Nintendo that "We listen to our fans all the time."
But what about the grumble-inducing decisions? Things like Friend Codes, meager Wii storage options and an online gaming solution that feels very last-gen?
"We're not claiming our way of doing things is better or worse than anyone else - it's just different," Reggie contends. "We're on record for each of the items you cite, so I won't rehash all that here. But I will say that we listen very closely to what people have to say, both pro and con, and keep those feelings in mind as we plan ahead."
The NOA prez points to the adoption of Club Nintendo as evidence that Nintendo fan requests aren't falling on deaf ears. Hey, how about getting that Club Nintendo running a bit more reliably, Reg? We'll be right as rain once we can finally finish claiming our Nintendo hanafuda cards!
10 Questions: Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime [GameDaily]