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Hats off to Nintendo's platform supremo: Super Mario Bros is 30
09/12/15 ,via The Register
Antique Code Show It's been 30 years since the release of Super Mario Bros – the iconic game for Nintendo's Famicom, or NES to those of us outside Japan. Nintendo has been celebrating the build up to its anniversary, which takes place on Sunday,
Nintendo, Google spinoff Niantic in smartphone Pokemon game
09/12/15 ,via SFGate
TOKYO — Imagine coming out of your office, home, or school and getting an alert: A Pikachu is lurking behind a nearby tree, and the chase is on. Japanese video game company Nintendo Co., the Pokemon Co. and Google spin-off Niantic said Thursday they
Nintendo can make money on your Super Mario Maker levels
09/12/15 ,via Geek
Super Mario Maker is a fun way to try your hand at level design without having to code. It also allows you the opportunity to feel the stabbing disappointment of hours spent crafting the perfect level, only to see it unappreciated and deleted from
Nintendo partnered with Niantic to develop the real-world mobile game, Pokémon Go
09/12/15 ,via Venture Capital Post
Aside from the TV show, Pokémon is also known for its video games. Nintendo elaborated that the fans could expect a new gaming experience with Pokémon Go. It will be accessible in the real world using your smartphone's location. Gamespot cited that
Is Apple TV The Next Nintendo Wii? Not Quite
09/10/15 ,via Tech Times
That focus on motion gaming and a casual audience makes one comparison almost unavoidable: Nintendo. The house that Mario built has endured for decades, but their largest success story was with the motion-based Wii console. Everybody, from children
Game OverVintage. 2011. ISBN: 9780307800749,0307800741. 288 pages.
More American children recognize Super Mario, the hero of one of Nintendo’s video games, than Mickey Mouse. The Japanese company has come to earn more money than the big three computer giants or all Hollywood movie studios combined. Now Sheff tells of the Nintendo invasion–a tale of innovation and cutthroat tactics.