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Nintendo Wii 2

There were some ongoing rumors that Nintendo, one of the most influential companies in the world when it comes to the video games industry, is currently on the works with the next generation of the popular gaming console Nintendo Wii.The next generation Nintendo Wii or the Wii 2 is supposedly as close to commercial launch as 2011!
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Nintendo 3DS Is Not Coming Out Next Year

The president of Nintendo America recently told Jimmy Fallon that the Nintendo 3DS would be coming out next year. But now it seems the president was mistaken. Geez, you'd think the president of the company would know the date of release for his revolutionary new console.
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Microsoft Kinect vs. PlayStation Move vs. Nintendo Wii

With the launching of both Microsoft Kinect (nee Natal) and Sony PlayStation Move at E3 2010, all three big video games console players are into the motion control business and, if you'd always quite admired what the Nintendo Wii could do, you might suddenly find yourself in a confusion, which is the right system for you. As ever, we at…
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Nintendo Cuts DSi and DSi LL Prices

Japan's Nintendo Co said on Wednesday it will cut the domestic prices of its DS handheld game consoles, slashing the price of one model by a fifth as it seeks to stimulate demand. From June 19, Nintendo will be selling the DSi at a new reduced price of ¥15,000 ($165), accompanied by a more affordable DSi LL, which lands at ¥18,000…
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Nintendo 3DS To Be Shown Off At E3 2010 In Three Months

Sounds like awesome news for all Nintendo-lovers: you won't have to wait too long to get your hands on the new Nintendo 3DS, as the company is planning to demonstrate the device in a mere three months from now at E3 2010, according to the NY Times. If you recall the last time a new device was unveiled by Nintendo (the Wii), fans had to wait nearly…
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