Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata is in high demand these past few days following the landmark agreement reached with mobile gaming giant DeNa Corp for mobile games featuring Nintendo characters. Iwata recently spoke exclusively to Time Magazine. During the interview, he also poured cold water on reports of a Netflix-exclusive Legend of Zelda series. Hit the jump for the statement.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that streaming service Netflix is developing a live-action series based on Nintendo's Legend of Zelda games. While Netflix and Nintendo have not confirmed project, WSJ's source is elaborating on the plans, describing idea as "Game of Thrones for a family audience." More after the jump.
Netflix has declared “It’s time to duel!" as the first part of the animated Yu-Gi-Oh! has joined the service's streaming library this month. And, if revisionist chambara is more to your liking, Takeshi Kitano's 2003 The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi was also introduced. More after the jump.
Looks like Netflix's drive for new content has finally reached anime. The service's UK & Ireland Twitter feed announced "Gauna beware! Mecha sci-fi anime show Knights of Sidonia to hit Netflix immediately after Japanese TV. Summer 2014. " More after the jump.
Walt Disney and Netflix have announced a deal for Marvel TV to bring multiple original series of live-action adventures of four of Marvel's properties to Netflix's streaming service 2015. More after the jump.
Netflix has announced that the media distributor has inked a deal with Time Warner that will allow them to stream past seasons of Cartoon Network‘s Adventure Time, Ben 10, Regular Show and Green Lantern as well as the Adult Swim block's Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Boondocks and Children's Hospital. Content will be rolled out starting March 30th. More after the jump.
During that whole Qwikster moment that happened last September/October where Netflix almost became two separate companies, it was announced that they would begin renting videogames as well as DVDs. That no longer appears to be the case. Details after the jump!