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Resident Evil Zero received generally positive reviews after its initial GameCube release in 2002. The graphics and atmosphere were universally praised, being described as "wonderfully spooky" and "moody" with an "astonishing level of detail". Scott Steinberg of GameSpy noted how the animated backgrounds, such as flickering lights and dripping water, brought the environments to life. Giancarlo Varanini of GameSpot shared these sentiments, and complimented Capcom on how they were able to blend the game's models with pre-rendered backgrounds to create highly detailed visuals. The sound design was also complimented, with Matt Casamassina of IGN noting that "Capcom uses silence at times, too, to scare, which is brilliant." Varanini described the soundtrack as one "that will keep you in constant fear." Louis Bedigian of GameZone praised the sound effect work, such as thunder, gunshots, and footsteps for building a scary environment. The controls were universally panned as archaic, and the series was criticized for not evolving the control scheme to something more similar to Devil May Cry (2001) or Eternal Darkness (2002).
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Fusajiro Yamauchi did not have a son to take over the family business. Following common Japanese tradition, he adopted his son-in-law, Sekiryo Kaneda (Sekiryo Yamauchi, after the marriage). In 1929, Yamauchi retired from the company and allowed Sekiryo Yamauchi to take over the company as president. In 1933, Sekiryo Yamauchi established a joint venture with another company and renamed the company Yamauchi Nintendo & Company. In 1947, Sekiryo established the company Marufuku Company, Ltd., to distribute the Hanafuda cards, as well as several other brands of cards that had been introduced by Nintendo. Sekiryo Yamauchi also had only daughters, so again his son-in-law (Shikanojo Inaba, renamed Shikanojo Yamauchi) was adopted into the family. The marriage produced a son, Hiroshi Yamauchi, but Shikanojo soon abandoned his family and disappeared, leaving Hiroshi to take over the company. Subsequently, Hiroshi was brought up by his grandparents.
In 2002, Hiroshi Yamauchi stepped down as the president of Nintendo and named Satoru Iwata his successor. Also, Nintendo and Chinese-American scientist Doctor Wei Yen co-founded iQue, a company that manufactures and distributes official Nintendo consoles and games for the mainland Chinese market, under the iQue brand.
President Satoru Iwata merged all of Nintendo's software designers under the EAD division; this was done to allocate more resources to Shigeru Miyamoto. As of 2005 Nintendo's internal development divisions are comprised of the following four groups (read Nintendo development divisions for more information):
The console is Nintendo's sleekest yet, about the size of three DVD cases stacked together; however, Nintendo has stated that the unveiled system is just a prototype and the final product may be even smaller. One of the many (though mostly still unknown) revolutionary aspects of the system comes from its unconventional and unique controller (sometimes known as the Freehand controller and Remote Controller, nicknamed the Wii-mote), which in its basic form is shaped like a television remote control. The controller is based on the technology that Nintendo acquired when they purchased large portions of Gyration Inc in 2001 and includes a number of features, most notably the direct pointing device. This allows the system to understand six axes of movement (x, y, z, pitch, roll and yaw), allowing the console to identify the position and tilt of the controller in 3D space. The controller additionally features a port located on the bottom that several accessories may use. So far, Nintendo has shown an analogue stick (called "nunchuck" by NCL president Iwata during the 2005 TGS keynote) that can be used concurrently with the main controller, a casing transforming the controller into a gun (similar to the "zapper" gun sold with the Duck Hunt game for the NES), and also a simple controller, similar to the SNES controller, all of which slot into the port. Nintendo has also confirmed that the Wii will not support High Definition, unlike Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PS3. However, 480p resolution will be standard on every game (1 step lower than HD, but better than standard resolution). Nintendo is not focusing primarily on graphics for the new generation, but will instead concentrate on the quality of gameplay. It will not be graphically equal or comparable to the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, but it will be significantly more powerful than the GameCube, PS2 and Xbox. Their goal for the Wii is to make it so anyone who picks up the controller can play, even if they have never played a game before.