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TOKYO: Shares of Nintendo Co soared almost 10 percent early on Friday, extending their rally since the launch of the Japanese company's hugely popular Pokemon Go mobile game, adding more than 80 percent to their value in just over a week.
The videogaming world owes much to Nintendo, something that is easy to forget. It was Nintendo that, following a crash of interest and sales in videogames during the early '80s, managed to not just revive the industry, but to reinvent it.
Nintendo is no stranger to thinking outside the box. That's how projects such as Mario Paint, Game Boy Camera and the Wii Fit are created. The Japanese company takes risks, and they're sometimes rewarded.
For more than two decades, Nintendo Co.’s twin product lines were the envy of its rivals: a home console and a handheld gaming device. But signs are emerging its new hybrid Switch may upend all of that.
Nintendo's next big thing, its Switch gaming console, is essentially a fancied-up tablet.
The Tokyo Game Show is one of the world's biggest draws for gamers and developers, but the talk amid the virtual reality headsets and robot arms is of the industry giant that never turns up: Nintendo Co Ltd.
Nintendo Co Ltd will launch a console with a dedicated i>Super Mario/igame title for the first time in 16 years.
LOS ANGELES: Nintendo Co Ltd will launch a console with a dedicated "Super Mario" game title for the first time in 16 years as the struggling Japanese company hopes its new Wii U will score the rave reviews that helped make its predecessor the world's biggest gaming hit.
Nintendo is getting lots of unsolicited advice on how to squeeze more out of its Mario franchise and revive its fortunes.
Nintendo Co Ltd plans to introduce a new gaming system for emerging markets such as China as early as next year, as the company hunts for fresh opportunities after the flop of its Wii U console.