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Nintendo Slashes Profit Outlook

Nintendo slashed its full-year profit outlook by 70%, weighed down by weaker-than-expected demand for its 3DS handheld game machine, the strong yen, and manufacturing costs.


Angry Birds Planned To Be Released For Xbox, Playstation, Nintendo By December

Angry Birds

Activision and Rovio are working to bring the Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, and Angry Birds Rio trilogy to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo 3DS by December.


Four Possibilities for Super Mario 4

The 3DS news just won't stop this week. Miyamoto wants to make a sequel to A Link to the Past, first details for Pokemon Black 2 and White 2 surfaced, Project X Zone was unveiled, the strategy RPG mash-up Pokemon Conquest made the cut for a U.S. release, and more. As if all that weren't enough, we also found out that sneaky ole Nintendo registered a domain for Super Mario 4. Hmm...


Nintendo Sees Momentum in U.S.

Nintendo has sold 4.5 million 3DS units, its latest hand-held device, in the U.S., setting what the company said was potential momentum for its next big product, the Wii U console.


PS Vita vs. Nintendo 3DS: How the specs compare

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It’s astounding to think that just a few years ago, the Nintendo DS and the PSP were the lone mobile devices that gamers had to choose from. It must have been nice for Sony and Nintendo, to only have each other to compete with.


Nintendo 3DS Breaks 4 Million in U.S.

The 3DS has continued to gain momentum, crossing four million units sold in the U.S. thanks to strong sales of Mario Kart 7 and Super Mario 3D Land.


The App Report: 3DS Launch Apps Impress, Needs More

The 3DS is Nintendo's follow-up to its successful and incredibly lucrative DS console. The new handheld launched last Sunday with the typical tech-demo titles like Pilotwings Resort, Steel Diver, and Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition. And the glasses-free 3D effects selling point? Very effective.


Nintendo 3DS review: Is it worth $249 and $40 per game?

Nintendo 3DS review: Is it worth $249 and $40 per game?

Nintendo has done its best to launch a new era in video games with the launch of its 3DS portable gaming system, which goes on sale for $249 on Sunday. The appeal of this device, which can display games in stereoscopic 3D without glasses, is growing on me. But I’m not sure it’s the greatest thing since the iPhone.


Nintendo 3D child eyesight fears

Nintendo 3D child eyesight fears

The eyesight of children under six could be harmed by 3D games played on Nintendo's forthcoming handheld console, the company warns.


Nintendo's 3DS Stance - Core Gamers Come First

Why Nintendo is doing everything right with the 3DS.


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