Can One Man Buy All 678 Original Nintendo Games in 30 Days? Nostalgia is king right now, so it shouldnï¿½t be a surprise to anyone to hear that one man set out with a goal to purchase all 678 games from the original Nintendo Entertainment System games from 1985. Before the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, there was a Nintendo system called the NES released in ’85 that is 30 years ago, that was very popular among your parents when they were growing up, and there was 678 games released for it, but 30 years later, is it possible to find all the original games and buy them, and not using any online purchases either, and do it all in 30 days, well to find out you need to watch ‘Nintendo Quest’ the movie which was released today on Vimeo and its worth the rental price it just to see what happened during guy’s dream to get all the original NES titles within a month as it took him on long trip covering over 10,000 miles.
Other GameStop Manager Conference Announcements Include amiibo Cards and Wii Remote Plus Controllers On Sept. 25th, the New Nintendo 3DS will launch in the U.S. as part of a special bundle, which includes the new system, the Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer game, 2 cover plates and 1 amiibo card
New 2DS Price and Launch of Little Battlers eXperience Enhance Nintendoï¿½s Kid-Friendly Offerings in 2015 On August 30th, the suggested retail price of the portable Nintendo 2DS system drops to $99.99 in the U.S.A., and will still come packaged with the digital version of the acclaimed Mario Kart 7 game. It been over a year since there was any news of Nintendo’s other forgotten portable console, the 2DS, but it is now back in the limelight as big ‘N’ decided to do a big price drop on it, and bring it finally to the under $100 mark, and also hyped up the fact there is some new ‘kid-friendly games’ coming, along with the fact that 2DS still will come with the digital Mario Kart 7 release even at its new lower price. Quote: One of Nintendo’s best values will be getting even better
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Launch Event Features Fun Giveaways and an Exclusive Screening of Two New Episodes of the LBX Show Nintendo hosts an exclusive screening of two new episodes of Nicktoons’ LBX: Little Battlers eXperience TV show on Saturday, Aug. 22, Nintendo World store in Rockefeller Plaza Baseball is finally coming with tons of Nintendo style of Fun and Enjoyment soon to your 3DS handheld, and in honor of this great event, big ‘N’ is holding a grand event as usual to launch this new game in style, with bunch of game experts on hand to help you. Quote: WHAT: Get the family together and head to the Nintendo World store in Rockefeller Plaza on Saturday, Aug.
Involving Nintendo 3DS and Other Nintendo DS Systems Case Dismissal Marks Second Patent Win for Nintendo in Three Weeks —– On Aug. 4th, Nintendo won a patent case in a federal court, which marks two such wins in separate cases just a few weeks apart!
Launches Exclusively for Nintendo 3DS on October 23th, 2015 Nintendo 3DS owners looking to embark on a legendary adventure will get their chance when The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes launches for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems on Oct. 23.
Bowser Jr. is landing in stores on 9/11 along with few of his Nintendo buddies in new amiibo wave! This September Nintendo is launching a variety of amiibo figures, including many fan-favorite characters from the Super Smash Bros.
Thanks to Amiibo and Splatoon Nintendo has published its first quarter earnings for the three months ending June 30th, revealing net sales of ï¿½90 billion ($727 million) and operating profit of ï¿½1.1 billion ($9.3 million). Nintendo seems to know that ink is used to print money, as they ink-spraying game is making them turn a good profit finally after a few years, also of course helped along with the fact those little plastic toys based on their popular video game characters are selling like hotcakes and the world can’t get enough of them, trading in tons of money from their wallets in exchange for toys to collect and use
Notice something different about Miiverse today? That’s because the free family-friendly service that lets players communicate with other Nintendo players around the world just got a redesign