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Nintendo announced 2 very large pushes into new markets this morning, just ahead of this week’s E3 Conference in Los Angeles -- Mobile and Social.
Like their healthy peers, children with disabilities may spend too much time in front of a video screen.
UHP's chapter at St. George's University is currently coordinating with various student organizations and faculty to organize the upcoming Wii Olympics fundraiser.
Nintendo is reportedly working on an app store for its next gaming console the "Wii U". The new console will implement an app store that surpasses the current online stores that Nintendo uses with its DSi and Wii consoles.
Video gaming titan Nintendo provided the world with a glimpse of its second-generation Wii console at the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Nintendo said on Wednesday that it is dropping the price of its Wii game console to $149 and including a Mario game in the bundle.
Dads who still haven't given up video games now have some justification to keep on playing â€“ if they have a daughter.
NEW YORK, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- As the weather cools, many people find it challenging to keep up regular physical activity, an important ingredient for good health.
NEW YORK, Sept. 6 /PRNewswire/ --Summer wasn't the only thing drawing to a close over Labor Day weekend as Nintendo hosted the final championship of its Wii Games: Summer 2010 nationwide competition.
The current frontrunner in video game consoles, the Nintendo Wii, has crossed the 30 million mark in the United States.
The Wii is a video game console developed by Nintendo and released on November 19, 2006. It is the successor to Nintendo’s Game Cube and the early models of the Wii are compatible with all games and most accessories of the Game Cube. Nintendo first announced the system in 2004, unveiled it in 2005 and demonstrated a prototype in September 2005 at the Tokyo Game Show. By December 8, 2006, the Wii was available in key markets. In 2011, Nintendo released a new model, the “Wii Family...
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.