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Newest Switch title from Nintendo has already sold 459,000 units, making it the fastest-selling in the Mario Kart series
3DS maker lauds $12.76 million judgment against Waterloo-based distributor of mod chips and flash carts
Initial $125 million deal was struck in 1992 by legendary president Hiroshi Yamauchi
Judge invalidates RecogniCorp patent on storing police sketch-artist data, bringing closure to suit filed over virtual avatar system
Nintendo has sadly confirmed that Iwata-san passed away on July 11, 2015
Microsoft and Sony both had surprises - can Nintendo's E3 showing offer its own?
Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo all have something to prove - and the only way to prove it is with innovative, original software
Ex-EA exec signs on with American arm of Mario maker as VP of sales
Leak proves correct as new handheld and attendant games loom large; US price set at $200
490,000 copies sold over three days, says NoA
The popular brawler is off to a good start for Nintendo; amiibo and Smash Wii U being prepped for Nov 21
Former games journalist will serve as a product development analyst at Nintendo of America
Inventory management firm SIRAS sold to Atlanta-based InComm as Nintendo focuses on games
A federal appeals court confirmed a victory against Triton Tech, which alleged Nintendo had infringed its patent
During its E3 video, Nintendo also unveiled a new IP called Splatoon and a toy line called amiibo
Nintendo has set expectations low, but the company could take advantage of the situation with a good showing at E3
IA Labs had sued Nintendo, alleging that Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus violated its patents - now IA has lost its patent portfolio to Nintendo
Reggie Fils-Aime lays out holiday plan for latest console, says Nintendo experimenting with mobile experiences
Pokemon X and Y crosses 2.35 million units and Wii U sales are up 340 percent month-over-month
"100,000 signatures doesn't mean 100,000 sales."
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