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Satoru Iwata
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  • Great overall

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    Former Employee - Manager in Redmond, WA
    Former Employee - Manager in Redmond, WA

    I worked at Nintendo full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    close knit groups. Very good benefits. Good pay + bonus. Fun environment

    Cons

    Low turnover prevents some advancement.

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    Start internship program

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
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    Anonymous Employee in Redmond, WA
    Anonymous Employee in Redmond, WA
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Nintendo in February 2014.

    Interview Details

    Applied through employee reference.Got HR call to discuss on the job front.
    Got scheduled for the phone technical screen.
    Next was onsite interview process. The process lasted 4-5hrs. The hiring manager was the last person to talk to.Still waiting to hear back.

    Interview Questions
    • Questions were not very difficult.Had prepared more on the testing part as it was testing position.   Answer Question
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Nintendo Awards & Accolades

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Best Workplaces in Canada (1000+ Employees), Great Place to Work Institute, 2012
Best Workplaces in Canada (for women), Great Place to Work Institute, 2012

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Website www.nintendo.co.jp
Headquarters Kyoto, Japan
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (NTDOY)
Industry Media
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

Nintendo wants everyone -- from apprentice Marios to alpha Donkey Kongs -- to play, preferably on one of its Nintendo DS handheld devices or its Wii home video game console. The market-leading game company achieved its status in part by courting users that span generations and skill levels. Among the Big Three of the videogame console makers, Nintendo's Wii (pronounced "we") is #1, battling with Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation for the hearts and dollars of devoted gamers. Also leading in handheld consoles, its DS device began in 2004, the most recent incarnation... More

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