And Other Hand-Held Systems — Nintendo Continues to Defend its Innovations Against Patent Lawsuits Nintendo recently won a patent case in federal court with the Judge ruling that eight of Nintendoï¿½s popular hand-held systems, including the 3DS, DSi, DS and Game Boy Advance, didn’t infringe patents. The patent case that was started back on 27th Feb. 2013 is finally over for Nintendo, as the judge recently ruled in favor of big ‘N’, that all eight of their hand-held systems since the early days of the Game Boy Advance to the most recent New Nintendo 3DS, did not infact infringe on the patent held by Quintal, whom also had previously lost the same patent case over Sony’s Portable PlayStation (PSP).
Playable Games and Tournaments Highlight Nintendoï¿½s Family-Friendly Activities Nintendo is headed to Comic-Con in San Diego with a wide variety of fun games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS and multiple fan tournaments for games like Splatoon and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Nintendo makes #LoveWins finally work as it should be in their new 3DS video game!
‘Uncle Sam Mario’ is a fun way to celebrate the holidays!
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Most likely. some crazy fan hopeful dreams, but you never know with E3, there is always surprises
Nintendo World Championships is used as a platform for Nintendo to announce some brand-new 3DS games Nintendo is full of surprises today at the Nintendo World Championships, not only announcing Earthbound Beginnings, but also unveiling Blastball; a mutiplayer, mech-shooter for 3DS. Nintendo decided to leak out themselves during today’s Nintendo World Championships some info regarding up-coming new 3DS games, and one of them is neat it is called ‘Blastball’ and seems to be multiplayer mech-shooter, but not much info is known yet. Quote: In Blastball, two teams of three players need to fight over a ball and shoot it through a progressively shrinking goal in order to score.
No more crunching down a ‘Super Mario Cookie’, during a break from gaming on your Nintendo consoles! Nintendo has seized a large quantity of copyright infringing cookies featuring popular game characters, fearing that these could cause health issues for gaming fans, the cookies were produced in China Pirates are bad for gaming companies, producing ‘hacks for consoles, and burning games, or making counterfeit cartridges, it can really eat into the profits for the gaming companies and upset the publishers and developers from producing newer video games for them. But when Pirates start baking ‘cookies’ in a factory featuring famous Nintendo characters from video games, that is totally crossing the grey line, and big ‘N’ was very quick to send in the ground troops to shut-down the ‘bakery’ in China due to health concerns for their many Nintendo fans, that might be crunching down on various different Mario or Zelda cookies while gaming on their 3DS or Wii U.
52 Million Worldwide The Nintendo 3DS family of systems has now reached 15 million units sold in the United States, becoming the eighth Nintendo system to reach that mark in the country.
For 3DS and Wii U at E3 next week… Zombi U 2, maybe? Nintendo will announce more ‘big’ partnerships with third parties during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, according to Nintendo of Canada general manager Pierre-Paul Trepanier