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CNNMoney: Fake Pokemon app becomes Apple App Store bestsellerupdated: Tue Feb 21 2012 17:39:00

A scam Pokemon game reached No. 2 on Apple's App Store charts this week before it was pulled -- a debacle that calls into question both Apple's approval process and Nintendo's "no apps for us" stance.

CNNMoney: First look at Nintendo's Wii Uupdated: Thu Jan 12 2012 07:41:00

Nintendo's Wii U is a next-generation gaming console that comes with a large touchscreen controller -- which changes how the games are played. CNNMoney got its hands on the highly anticipated device.

Gaming preview 2012: From PlayStation Vita to 'Halo 4'updated: Thu Jan 05 2012 07:07:00

Gaming in 2012 is going to be a very wild ride, with the introduction of two new consoles, a return to the "Halo" universe and the potential for even more entertainment choices.

Next for Nintendo's creative leader: 'Something really new'updated: Thu Dec 08 2011 23:00:00

Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of beloved Nintendo game franchises including "Super Mario," "Donkey Kong" and the "Legend of Zelda," wants to make something new.

Nintendo announces 'Flame Red' 3DS, new gamesupdated: Wed Aug 10 2011 03:01:00

Two days before the price of Nintendo's 3DS gaming system will drop, the gaming company is highlighting a set of hardware and software updates geared toward spurring popularity of the groundbreaking but slow-selling handheld device.

Nintendo slashes price of slow-selling 3DSupdated: Thu Jul 28 2011 09:39:00

Nintendo is slashing the price of its handheld 3DS gaming device after only five months in the marketplace, possibly signaling the company's disappointment with its sluggish sales.

Review: 'The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D' improves a classicupdated: Tue Jun 21 2011 12:50:00

"The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D" (Nintendo) is a delightful trip down memory lane that brings back memories of the original Nintendo 64 version with a new shine.

What we learned from the E3 Expoupdated: Fri Jun 10 2011 16:21:00

It's been a big week for video gamers.

Nintendo introduces new console: Wii Uupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 07:06:00

The Nintendo prototype consists of a remote control that allows gamers to play on two screens at the same time.

Nintendo unveils the Wii U systemupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 07:06:00

Nintendo is taking the idea of the "second screen" to a new level.

CNNMoney: Video game stocks: A winning betupdated: Tue Jun 07 2011 15:14:00

Investors are betting on video game publishers...and winning big.

Will Wii 2 rock the gaming world?updated: Fri May 13 2011 07:22:00

Depending on which Internet rumor you believe, it will be called Wii 2, Project Café or Stream. The only thing we know for certain about Nintendo's new video game system is that it's coming in 2012.

No new PlayStation, Xbox until 2014?updated: Thu Apr 21 2011 13:20:00

Gamers might have to wait at least another three years before there's any update to their Xbox or PlayStation consoles.

Get ready for the Nintendo Wii 2, reports sayupdated: Fri Apr 15 2011 09:36:00

Nintendo could be revealing a HD successor to the Wii console this summer, according to new reports.

Why Nintendo isn't making a phoneupdated: Fri Apr 01 2011 17:59:00

Playing Super Mario on a Nintendo phone will remain a pipe dream.

After false starts, Nintendo sees a world ready for 3-Dupdated: Sat Mar 26 2011 06:46:00

Sunday's debut of the Nintendo 3DS, a hand-held game system with a 3-D display that doesn't require special glasses, isn't just the culmination of several years of research and development for one product.

3-D smartphones ditch the glassesupdated: Fri Mar 25 2011 14:19:00

After a lukewarm reception from television buyers, 3-D technology is pushing its way onto small screens.

Nintendo's new 3DS: Gaming is just the beginningupdated: Fri Mar 18 2011 11:16:00

Nintendo 3DS, a glasses-free 3-D handheld video game system, arrives March 27 for $249.99.

Some game developers unhappy with Apple, Nintendoupdated: Fri Mar 04 2011 14:30:00

Some of the video game industry's most visible veterans took to their pulpits this week at the Game Developers Conference to denounce practices by Apple or Nintendo.

Internet connectivity key to new portable game devicesupdated: Tue Feb 01 2011 12:22:00

Even while you sleep, next-generation portable game systems will keep updating themselves.

Nintendo releases details about its hand-held, 3-D gaming systemupdated: Wed Jan 19 2011 12:22:00

Gamers got some long-awaited answers about Nintendo's 3-D hand-held gaming system on Wednesday.

8 very rare (and very expensive) video gamesupdated: Mon Jan 03 2011 14:35:00

If you've ever collected baseball cards, comic books, stamps, or maybe those limited edition commemorative plates, you understand the concept of the "Holy Grail" item.

Nintendo warns against youngsters playing its upcoming 3-D systemupdated: Mon Jan 03 2011 10:02:00

Nintendo is warning young children against playing 3-D video games on its upcoming handheld gaming system, the Nintendo 3DS.

Will Nintendo 3DS social features work in America?updated: Fri Oct 29 2010 17:13:00

Nintendo's 3DS wowed audiences at its unveiling this summer.

3-D gaming doesn't press the right buttons yetupdated: Tue Jun 22 2010 14:07:00

From "Mario Kart" to "Mortal Kombat," last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo made one thing abundantly clear: 3-D gaming is just around the corner.

Nintendo unveils handheld 3-D gaming systemupdated: Tue Jun 15 2010 16:38:00

Nintendo released some details Tuesday about a new handheld gaming system that features a 3-D display but does not require players to wear special glasses.

3-D in your hands, no glasses requiredupdated: Tue Jun 15 2010 16:38:00

At the E3 video game expo in Los Angeles, Nintendo unveils the first 3-D console that doesn't require 3-D glasses.

E3's hottest games, coming soon to your living roomupdated: Tue Jun 15 2010 16:08:00

When developers and publishers of the world's most popular games get together, expect big announcements, big promises and a few surprises.

Video gaming 'history' to be made this week at E3updated: Mon Jun 14 2010 20:02:00

For gamers, it's a digital Christmas Eve, Mardi Gras and Fourth of July all rolled into one.

New Xbox game: Pet wild animals?updated: Mon Jun 14 2010 20:02:00

"Kinectimals," a new video game for Microsoft's Kinect motion-control gaming system, lets children pet a tiger cub.

Review: 'Super Mario Galaxy 2'updated: Thu Jun 03 2010 18:34:00

My first thought after playing "Super Mario Galaxy 2" for the first few hours was that Nintendo was kind of being a jerk about the whole thing.

Nintendo takes last place on Greenpeace environmental rankingupdated: Wed Jun 02 2010 12:14:00

Among the world's biggest electronics companies, who will be the first to go green? It certainly won't be Nintendo, as the Japanese corporation famous for its game consoles came in dead last in Greenpeace's latest Guide to Greener Electronics.

Review: 'Super Mario Galaxy 2' is masterfulupdated: Tue Jun 01 2010 14:57:00

My first thought after playing "Super Mario Galaxy 2" for the first few hours was that Nintendo was kind of being a jerk about the whole thing.

Nintendo to unveil 3-D gaming consoleupdated: Mon May 10 2010 12:02:00

The 3-D entertainment craze continues to spread to video games. Nintendo announced Tuesday it will introduce a handheld console that plays games in 3-D without the use of special glasses.

Game-changing hardware coming in 2010updated: Wed Jan 13 2010 08:37:00

While it's not likely that any new gaming consoles will be released in 2010, there's plenty of new hardware that will change the way we play.

CNNMoney: Nintendo slashes Wii price by 20%updated: Thu Sep 24 2009 10:30:00

Nintendo said it is cutting the price of its popular Wii video-game console by $50 to $199.99.

Nintendo cuts price of Wii for first timeupdated: Thu Sep 24 2009 05:26:00

Nintendo on Thursday announced the first price cut for its Wii games console following declining sales and price competition from Microsoft and Sony.

Games, babes and Mario at E3updated: Thu Sep 24 2009 05:26:00

G4TV's Blair Herter takes a look at the news and distractions at this years E3 convention in Los Angeles.

Sony, Nintendo unveil game offerings at E3updated: Wed Jun 03 2009 10:57:00

With the big three gaming-system makers all previewing new or upgraded motion-sensing controllers this week, a new arms race is under way in the video game industry.

Boom times for brain training gamesupdated: Tue Dec 16 2008 13:13:00

Use your brain or lose it. That's the concern that's fueling a worldwide boom in brain fitness that shows few signs of slowing. Nintendo Sued for Wii Wand Patentupdated: Thu Aug 21 2008 04:00:00

Nintendo's hit Wii console with its wandlike remote controller has been targeted in patent infringement complaints by a U.S. technology company

Big 3 at E3updated: Thu Jul 17 2008 22:09:00

Kevin Pereira, host of Attack of the Show on G4TV, talks about the new releases for the big three gaming consoles.

Gamers abuzz with rumors about E3updated: Mon Jul 14 2008 14:27:00

Bloggers can't stop gossiping. Readers can't stop guessing. Now, after months of waiting, three big names will finally address the rumors.

Get Your Game Onupdated: Mon Jul 14 2008 14:27:00

The editor-in-chief of talks to Naamua Delaney about the upcoming E3 Media and Business Summit.

Nintendo shows us how Wii can get 'Fit'updated: Mon May 19 2008 16:52:00

If Nintendo has their way your living room could be the new big thing in exercise.

Can Nintendo's 'Brain Training' really boost your little gray cells?updated: Tue Nov 27 2007 10:39:00

It's the latest executive craze sweeping boardrooms across the globe, and a tiny score is becoming as sought-after as a low handicap on the golf course.

CNNMoney: Game, set and match for Nintendoupdated: Wed Jun 20 2007 07:14:00

Nintendo Co. Ltd. shot past Panasonic maker Matsushita in market value on Wednesday and closed in on Sony Corp. as investors watched it unseat Sony as unrivalled king of the game industry.

Research examines toys' pain and (mental) gainupdated: Tue Jan 02 2007 22:43:00

All the Christmas presents are unwrapped, the iPods and new game consoles have been played, replayed and recharged. Now here come the aches and pains.

Fortune: On The Radarupdated: Mon May 01 2006 00:01:00

Networks Gear Up for Ad Battle Over DVRs

CNNMoney: Nintendo president vows cheap gamesupdated: Wed Mar 29 2006 11:30:00

NEW YORK ( - Nintendo has already vowed its next generation console will be cheaper than its competitors. Now it's making the same promise about its games.

CNNMoney: Nintendo, Sega team for gaming iTunes serviceupdated: Thu Mar 23 2006 15:59:00

SAN JOSE ( - Nintendo's next generation video game system is going to rely pretty heavily on the past.

CNNMoney: Nintendo redesigns its new handheldupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 09:35:00

NEW YORK ( - Facing stiffer competition from its chief rival, Nintendo unveiled a new, streamlined look for its latest handheld system Thursday.

CNNMoney: Witnessing the Revolutionupdated: Thu Dec 15 2005 09:00:00

NEW YORK ( - Interesting factoid about the Nintendo Revolution controller: It's smaller and lighter than you might think.

Business 2.0: How Nintendo Took a Bite out of Sonyupdated: Thu Dec 01 2005 00:01:00

There's a truism in the video-game industry: Fancy hardware doesn't sell game machines; it takes great games to sell fancy hardware. The current war between Sony's PSP handheld and Nintendo's porta...

CNNMoney: Nintendo hints at coming price warupdated: Thu Nov 10 2005 12:36:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - While the Xbox 360 is going to be dominating the media spotlight for the next few weeks (and possibly months), senior officials at Nintendo are quietly planting the seeds of Revolution.

CNNMoney: Nintendo's revolution-ary plansupdated: Thu Sep 15 2005 13:24:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Ending months of speculation, Nintendo has begun to unveil the 'revolutionary' aspects of its next generation video-game system -- code-named Revolution.

CNNMoney: Nintendo drops prices, delays Zeldaupdated: Tue Aug 16 2005 09:10:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Nintendo, gearing up early for the holiday season, is dropping the price of its Nintendo DS handheld gaming system.

CNNMoney: Nintendo: Innovation is dyingupdated: Thu Jun 02 2005 17:10:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - This might come as something of a shock to the gaming world, but Shigeru Miyamoto - the man who created Mario, Donkey Kong and Zelda - really doesn't feel like playing games these days.

CNNMoney: DS lifts Nintendo earningsupdated: Thu May 26 2005 05:49:00

Nintendo Co. (7974.OK) Thursday reported strong earnings results for the fiscal year ended March 31, thanks to strong sales of its newly launched portable game player Nintendo DS and to foreign exchange-related gains caused by a weaker yen.

CNNMoney: New Game Boy coming this yearupdated: Tue May 17 2005 13:56:00

Redesigning the Game Boy Advance once worked well for Nintendo. Now the company's hoping it can strike gold again.

CNNMoney: Nintendo kicks off the Revolutionupdated: Tue May 17 2005 13:48:00

As it plans for the future, Nintendo seems to be drawing from the past.

CNNMoney: Nintendo talks next generationupdated: Thu Mar 10 2005 15:56:00

SAN FRANCISCO (CNN/Money) - Nintendo dropped the first hints about its next generation video game console Thursday, joining the growing battle for pre-emptive consumer awareness.

CNNMoney: Playing an EA dropupdated: Thu Dec 09 2004 12:09:00

Electronic Arts CEO Larry Probst said on Monday that holiday sales of the company's video games have been mixed. Some are outselling expectations, while others are not living up to EA's hopes.

CNNMoney: Nintendo DS breaks new groundupdated: Fri Nov 19 2004 12:13:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - In June 2001, Nintendo launched the Game Boy Advance - and gamers cheered. Twenty-one months later, the company rolled out the Game Boy Advance SP - and that cheering turned into an ovation.

Business 2.0: Will the Nintendo DS Score?updated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

Nintendo has long ruled the market for portable game consoles. But for the first time, its Game Boy is facing serious competition from Sony and Nokia. Nintendo is fighting back with its next-genera...

CNNMoney: Microsoft's Nintendo ambitionupdated: Wed Aug 04 2004 12:23:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Since launching the Xbox , Microsoft has purchased some notable developers and had serious talks to buy several others. Now it might have its eyes on a larger prize.

Nintendo goes old schoolupdated: Wed Jun 09 2004 10:00:00

On a recent trip to my parents' house, I unearthed a long-forgotten treasure: My beloved old Nintendo NES game console, circa 1986. Right next to it was a shoebox filled with my old games.

'Pimp' my robotupdated: Wed May 26 2004 10:12:00

From "The Terminator" and "Lost In Space" to "Voltron" and "BattleBots," countless movies, TV shows and video games have relied on one piece of conventional narrative wisdom: Robots are really, really cool.

CNNMoney: Innovate or dieupdated: Thu May 20 2004 12:34:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Nintendo's president doesn't mince words: The gaming industry, he believes, is in the midst of a crisis of innovation, which could lead to its demise.

CNNMoney: Nintendo shifts directionupdated: Tue May 11 2004 10:28:00

Nintendo, facing its stiffest competition to date in the handheld gaming market, has unveiled its latest entry in the field - a dual screened device that embraces its past, yet opens up new avenues for gameplay.

E3: 'Not just for nerds and geeks'updated: Wed May 05 2004 10:45:00

"The Mecca of video games. It's where you would go for everything about gaming." That's how Shane Bettenhausen, Electronic Gaming Monthly's previews editor, describes the Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3. The video game conference kicks off in Los Angeles, California, on May 12.

CNNMoney: Changes loom at Nintendoupdated: Thu Apr 01 2004 11:39:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - As Nintendo looks to its future, it's also looking to its past. And it's hoping to find profit in both.

CNNMoney: Nintendo embraces instant messaging?updated: Tue Mar 16 2004 14:01:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Nintendo's latest handheld system seems to be moving even further away from a pure gaming machine.

CNNMoney: Nintendo moves beyond games?updated: Wed Mar 03 2004 06:06:00

LAS VEGAS (CNN/Money) - While Nintendo has historically focused solely on game machines, its new handheld system could represent a departure from that philosophy. Scheduled for release this holiday season, the Nintendo DS may play movies as well as games.

CNNMoney: GameCube jittersupdated: Tue Feb 10 2004 09:48:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - The Nintendo faithful are nervous these days.

Business 2.0: Is Nintendo Playing The Wrong Game? Its competitors are turning their consoles into home entertainment centers. updated: Fri Aug 01 2003 00:01:00

If you want to see the future of videogames, there's no place like the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo. Each May the industry's heavyweights roll out their latest marvels, displaying their vis...

Fortune: It's Thumbs Up For Nintendo's Pocket Rocketupdated: Mon Jul 09 2001 00:01:00

Nintendo's better, bolder pocket game machine, Game Boy Advance, arrived on these shores less than a month ago and, according to the company, sold half a million units in its first week. The $100 h...

Fortune: FORTUNE FOILS A HEART ATTACKupdated: Mon Apr 03 1995 00:01:00


Fortune: Parents Hit Pause on Videogamesupdated: Mon Nov 28 1994 00:01:00

The $5 billion videogame industry is holding its breath as its key selling season draws near. Industry leaders Nintendo and Sega Enterprises reel in around half their revenues in the last three mon...

Fortune: VIDEOGAMES: SERIOUS FUN Forget Pac-Man. The $6.5-billion-a-year industry is a high-tech powerhouse that's winning over corporateupdated: Mon Dec 27 1993 00:01:00

A CLUSTER of 10-year-old boys loiter beside a ghetto street, waiting. The one in the middle holds a blue gun. When an old white gas-guzzler, most likely a Cadillac, meanders down the street, the bo...

Fortune: SEGA WHEN DELAY COURTS DISASTERupdated: Mon Dec 16 1991 00:01:00

YOU DON'T have to be a kid to know that when it comes to videogames, the fastest trigger always wins. Just ask Sega, a once struggling company that beat giant Nintendo to market with a new generati...

Fortune: CHRISTMAS COULD COME EARLY FOR TOYS ''R'' USupdated: Mon Sep 23 1991 00:01:00

Not many stocks look like bargains when they trade at more than a 60% premium to the market's P/E. But consider Toys ''R'' Us. Clark Winslow, who manages $1.2 billion in equities for Alliance Capit...

Fortune: COMPANIES TO WATCHupdated: Mon Dec 31 1990 00:01:00

FEDERAL SIGNAL Where there's smoke, there are fire trucks -- most often Federal Signal's. This diversified manufacturer, based in Oak Brook, Illinois, makes more fire engines than any other company...

Fortune: CAN NINTENDO KEEP WINNING? The star of its games is more popular with kids than Mickey Mouse; its market capitalization is higheupdated: Mon Nov 05 1990 00:01:00

NINTENDO is the shogun of the home videogame, a phenomenon that has captivated millions of children and adults in America and Japan. The Kyoto company's sales have multiplied nearly tenfold in as m...

Fortune: FINDING PROFITS IN A FALLING MARKETupdated: Mon Oct 22 1990 00:01:00

These are good times for shortsellers, the bad boys of Wall Street who make money when stocks go down. Through August, Ursus Partners of New York City has earned a return of 40%, vs. a negative 6.7...

Fortune: A POPCORN PACKETupdated: Mon Apr 09 1990 00:01:00

What's a manager to do? The CEO is in his corner office playing a hand-held Nintendo video game, listening to multi-ethnic music recorded by the Gipsy Kings, popping herbal energizer pills, and rea...

Fortune: PORTFOLIO TALK STOCKS THAT COULD SOAR ON BIG TRENDSupdated: Mon Dec 04 1989 00:01:00

Ken Oberman, 59, portfolio manager of the $500 million Oppenheimer Global fund of New York City, looks far beyond the here and now. To find investments, this onetime student of economic history at ...

Fortune: HOT TOYS FOR CHRISTMASupdated: Mon Nov 20 1989 00:01:00

Nintendo fans -- and parents of same! Remember your desperation last Christmas as you tried to buy Nintendo's Super Mario Brothers II videogame? This year the toughest toy to find may be another Ni...

Fortune: WHAT'S BIG IN MINI-ELECTRONICSupdated: Mon Jul 03 1989 00:01:00

Sony's Handycam CCD-TR5, due in August, is the world's smallest 8-mm camcorder. It weighs two pounds and fits in a coat pocket. It includes a digital superimposer so videographers can dub graphics ...

Fortune: Why videogames are back with a bangupdated: Mon Mar 14 1988 00:01:00

Nintendo, manufacturer of a sophisticated $100 videogame system, seems to have conquered two of the toy business's most bothersome problems: marked seasonality, in which sales stagnate for three-qu...

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