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Nintendo Cuts Price Of Wii To $130 Ahead Of Wii U launch

Nintendo has cut the price of its older Wii gaming console ahead of the launch of Wii U. We already know that Wii U will hit U.S. stores on November 18. And, it is the first major upgrade of a top gaming console series this year. And, it seems that Nintendo is trying to sell the last units of Wii devices before the launch of Wii U.
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Pikachu Themed Nintendo 3DS XL Coming To Europe Soon

During today's Nintendo Direct presentation the company announced that the bright-yellow Pikachu themed Nintendo 3DS XL will be entering Europe. They lacked further details, including the exact date. Nintendo only noted the device would come "later this year." The cost in Japan is ¥18,900, equivalent to $238 american dollars, or 183 Euros.
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Nintendo Revealed Wii U Specifications

The successor of the Wii called Wii U's specifications has been announced by Nintendo. Earlier this year, the company unveiled the Wii U Gamepad at the E3 game conference and after the conference, till yesterday there had been no official word about the specifications of the upcoming Wii U game console. Nintendo has updated its Wikipedia page on…
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Nintendo Will Ship Out Revamped 3DS Consoles With Bigger Screens

Nintendo hasn't been doing really great. Whereas it has been able to sell a total of 17 million 3DS devices ever since their launch, the company's overall performance is going down. And the reason for that can be seen in the booming business of smartphone devices which are becoming more and more integral to today's gaming experience.
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Wii U Gamepad Unveiled By Nintendo

During the E3 game conference, Nintendo has unveiled the final version of the Wii U controller, which is known as Wii U Gamepad. The company has upgraded some notable revisions from the prototype shown in last year's at E3. The significant updates include 6.2-inch touch-sensitive screen, Near Field Communication (NFC), motion and gyroscope sensors,…
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Toyota Unveils Nintendo DS Controlled Navigation System In Japan

Toyota has unveiled a tool which enables motorists to control their vehicle's navigation system using a Nintendo DS. The new tool, called Kuruma de DS, has recently been shown off at a press conference in Tokyo. Basically, it works with Toyota’s new Smart Navi system, using a DS cartridge that can connect with the car manufacturer's Smart Navi…
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Nintendo Achieves 5 Million 3DS Sales, Faster Than DS

Nintendo has taken a back-seat in the international market as smartphone devices and other innovations in the gaming world increasingly dominate the gaming industry. Specifically, Sony and Microsoft have pitched their devices with better enhancements and Nintendo seems on a rather back-step, at least on the global scale. But it seems the company is…
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