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Nintendo to develop games for smartphones

Nintendo has released a statement that they will be entering an alliance with Japanese mobile game company DeNA Co. to develop games for mobile devices.  This means that Nintendo's trademark characters like Super Mario and Pokemon could be playable on your smartphone or tablet.  "With our powers combined!", Nintendo will be combining their intellectual property and game development skills with DeNA's expertise with mobile gaming. Read More
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Gamer Starts a Campaign for Same-Sex Representation in a Nintendo Game

Nintendo's upcoming release of Tomodachi Life, a life simulation game similar to The Sims, has raised concerns to some gamers who raised complaints about the lack of same-sex representation in the game. Read More
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8-bit Harmonica - Blow into the cartridge for music

This harmonica not only has a Famicon cartridge case, it also produces 8-bit sound when you blow into the cartridge!  The 8-bit sound in this harmonica is achieved using a set of pipes that you blow into that are programmed to reproduce the chiptune sounds as heard in the original Super Mario Bros.  Multiple modes allow you to switch between playing music or the coin sound effect from the game.  Whether you're a video game fan or not, this is definitely a cool idea! Read More
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Nintendo Collector's Edition Monopoly Board Game

If you're a Nintendo fan or a Monopoly fan (or both!), you should move your attention for a minute to the latest Monopoly release:  Nintendo Monopoly.  This board game features all the classic characters in lieu of the original Monopoly landmarks, including Mario, Donkey Kong, Zelda, Samus, Star Fox, Kirby, and Wario.  Players can play as the Mushroom, Star, Master Sword, Samus' Helment, Pikmin's Rocket, and Gyroid. Read More
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Nintendo visionary Hiroshi Yamauchi dies at 85

Hiroshi Yamauchi, Nintendo visionary credited for transforming Nintendo into a world-leading video game company, has died at age 85.  Mr. Yamauchi ran the firm for 53 years, from 1949 to 2002, and was its second largest shareholder at the time of his death. Read More
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