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  • company_name = Nintendo Company, Limited <br> 任天堂, ニンテンドー | company_logo = [[Image:Nintendo.svg|250px|The Nintendo logo.]] |
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  • {{r|Nintendo Entertainment System}}
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  • *[http://www.nintendo.co.jp Nintendo Japan] *[http://www.nintendo.com Nintendo of America]
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  • The '''Nintendo Entertainment System''' is the first console released by [[Nintendo]] in [[North America]], [[Europe]] and [[Australia]]. The system was releas ...Nintendo then released the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] and the Nintendo Entertainment System was out of the market.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Nintendo Entertainment System]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Nintendo}}
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  • (abbr. SNES) [[Nintendo]]'s [[16-bit]] gaming console, successor to the [[Nintendo Entertainment System]] (NES).
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  • {{r|Nintendo}} {{r|Nintendo Entertainment System}}
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  • *[http://www.nintendo.co.jp Nintendo Japan] *[http://www.nintendo.com Nintendo of America]
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  • (abbr. SNES) [[Nintendo]]'s [[16-bit]] gaming console, successor to the [[Nintendo Entertainment System]] (NES).
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  • Video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System (and later Super Nintendo Entertainment System) in which a player scrolls through several levels to s
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  • The '''Nintendo Entertainment System''' is the first console released by [[Nintendo]] in [[North America]], [[Europe]] and [[Australia]]. The system was releas ...Nintendo then released the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] and the Nintendo Entertainment System was out of the market.
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  • {{r|Nintendo}} {{r|Nintendo Entertainment System}}
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  • {{r|Nintendo}} {{r|Nintendo Entertainment System}}
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  • ...[[video game]] franchise owned by [[Japan]]ese electronics manufacturer [[Nintendo]]. The games' namesake—a fictional gorilla modeled after [[King Kong]]— ...failed to replicate the original's success and the series became dormant. Nintendo later outsourced development of the games to a British company named [[Rare
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  • a role-playing game developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo.
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  • [[Nintendo]]-owned entertainment franchise based on computer game where players collec
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Nintendo Entertainment System]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Nintendo}}
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  • ...Nintendo Entertainment System]] (SNES). After development began in 1988, Nintendo cancelled the partnership due to a contract dispute over Sony's exclusive o
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  • ...out the ''Mario'' series, but, as histories of the video game industry and Nintendo's role in it, all cover the games and provide fairly deep historical contex *Sheff, David. 1993. ''Game Over: How Nintendo Zapped an American Industry, Captured Your Dollars, and Enslaved Your Child
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  • *Sheff, David. 1993. ''Game Over: How Nintendo Zapped an American Industry, Captured Your Dollars, and Enslaved Your Child
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  • A [[video game]] franchise owned by [[Japan]]ese electronics manufacturer [[Nintendo]] featuring a fictional gorilla inspired by [[King Kong]].
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  • ...d both [[Microsoft]]'s [[Xbox 360]] [[Sony]]'s [[PlayStation 3]].<ref name=Nintendo>{{citation | date = 29 October 2009 | author = Nintendo Co., Ltd.
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  • A series of video games starting with Mario Bros. developed by Nintendo that star Mario and Luigi, the Super Mario Bros.
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  • ...released first for the [[Famicom Disk System]] in 1986 and later for the [[Nintendo Entertainment System]].
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  • ...1952) [[Japan]]ese [[game designer|video game designer]] and producer at [[Nintendo]], renowned for creating ''[[Super Mario Bros.]]'', ''[[Donkey Kong]]'', an
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  • ...ve entertainment."<ref name="moffat">Moffat, Susan (1990, November 5). Can Nintendo Keep Winning?. ''Fortune''. Retrieved October 2, 2009 from http://money.cnn ...overalls resembled the Italian caretaker of the small New York hotel where Nintendo employees stayed in the United States.
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  • ...was the Milton Bradley Microvision which was released in 1979. Since 1989, Nintendo has dominated the handheld market with the release of the Game Boy, and is == Nintendo Game Boy (1989) ==
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