Nintendo President Satoru Iwata gave a keynote speech this morning at GDC, innocently titled "Discovering New Development Opportunities". A big chunk of the presentation was on this exact topic, mostly focusing on the exploits and practices of Shigeru Miyamoto (he made a few games you probably have heard of - look him up
!), which was very entertaining, but probably not what a lot of people were waiting for - Nintendo's announcements about upcoming games or amazing new things.
Well, there wasn't really anything Earth-shattering, but there's some good news - Nintendo today are rolling out the new Wii System Menu 4.0, which includes some pretty significant changes, most notably adding the ability for the Wii to handle SDHC cards. You'll also now be
able to save and launch games directly from the card, making it much easier to manage content.
The press release
contains the official word.