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New York Times  7 hrs ago  Comment 
A collection of toy figurines that will interact with a video game is Nintendo’s entry into an already flourishing market.
TechCrunch  Nov 21  Comment 
 It’s been well over 3 years since the Nintendo 3DS hit the shelves — and in that time, the device has proven itself remarkably resistant to hacking and modification. Until now. This evening, a hacker going by Smealum released an exploit that...
Forbes  Nov 20  Comment 
Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America, talks about Pokemon, Smash Bros, Wii U, and the rise of PC gaming.
TechCrunch  Nov 19  Comment 
 Once in a while a game comes along that has the power to move mountains – or at least move some consoles. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is that for Nintendo, as a next-gen console instalment of a game that’s near and dear to the hearts of its...
Forbes  Nov 17  Comment 
Nintendo has long held that its iconic characters – The Mario Brothers, Link, Donkey Kong, etc, -- were Nintendo’s and Nintendo’s only, taking a hard line on their likenesses being used in non-Nintendo media, even going as far as to send...
TechCrunch  Nov 11  Comment 
 If you’re looking to get your hands on Nintendo’s new Amiibo figurines, which contain an embedded NFC chip and can be used to build characters in compatible Wii U games, Loot Crate has an option (via Engadget) that’s a little more...
Forbes  Nov 6  Comment 
In 1984, Nintendo introduced us to the world of Duck Hunt when the game was bundled with the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) console. Duck Hunt players had three attempts per round to shoot one or two virtual ducks using Nintendo's light...
Forbes  Nov 6  Comment 
Nintendo held another Direct yesterday, this time one that had nothing to do with Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, as the company does actually have other projects in the works, it wants to remind us. We heard about a huge number of upcoming projects,...
TechCrunch  Nov 5  Comment 
 Were you one of those kids who never got to play Zelda: Majora’s Mask for the Nintendo 64 because it required that damned expansion pack? Good news! Because everything old is new again, Majora’s Mask is coming back to the shelves 14 years...




 
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