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Nintendo attractions to open at 3 Universal parks

Universal Parks and Resorts will open Nintendo-themed areas at their parks in Japan, Orlando and Hollywood.

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Nintendo 'gamer at heart' CEO Satoru Iwata dies at 55

Nintendo CEO and president Satoru Iwata died of cancer on July 11, aged 55.


A decade late with cheaper product, Nintendo is finally online

Good things come to those who wait. Except, maybe, for Nintendo Co gamers.


Nintendo Switch loses shine with shipments seen missing target

With few attractive titles for the holiday shopping season and shipments on track to fall short of the company’s targets, doubts are growing whether Nintendo Co’s Switch can ever become a mass-market product.


Nintendo soars as Tencent wins Switch game approval in China

Nintendo Co shares jumped after China’s Tencent Holdings Ltd won approval to distribute one of the company’s games for its Switch console, a sign the Japanese company may benefit from growth in the world’s largest games market.


Nintendo brings Mario to smartphones

TOKYO: Nintendo Co finally unveiled plans to bring Mario to smartphones. Now comes the hard part.


Nintendo and Disney team up for ‘Family Showdown’

The Disney Channel is backing a new game show series called The Nintendo Switch Family Showdown, featuring segments taken from a collection of Nintendo games like Super Mario Odyssey and Just Dance 2018.


Nintendo appoints new chief

TOKYO: Nintendo Co appointed Shuntaro Furukawa, a relatively young and unknown senior executive as its new president, after reporting that profits are on track to be the highest since 2010 after a year of solid Switch gaming machine sales.


When Nintendo went mobile

Nintendo is best known for its handheld games, but its pioneering entries into the mobile games market are enjoyable too.


Nintendo tops profit estimates

TOKYO: Nintendo Co topped quarterly profit estimates on holiday demand for Pokemon and Super Smash Bros games, but weak Switch demand forced the company to cut its shipment forecast for the gaming device.