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|| September 23, 1889
|| Kyoto, Japan|
Redmond, Washington, USA
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Scoresby, Victoria, Australia
Suzhou, China (as iQue, Ltd.)
Seoul, South Korea
| Key people
|| Fusajiro Yamauchi: Founder|
Satoru Iwata: President & CEO
Reggie Fils-Aime: President & COO of NoA
Shigeru Miyamoto: Game Designer
Gunpei Yokoi: Creator Game Boy, Game & Watch, and Metroid
Hiroshi Yamauchi: Former President & Chairman
Minoru Arakawa & Howard Lincoln: Former heads of NOA
Satoru Shibata: President of NOE
|| 1st: Card Games, 2nd: Toys, 3rd(Present): Video Games
|| Game Boy line, Color TV Game, NES, SNES, Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and various video game titles
|| ¥555.263 billion (2009)|
Forbes 2000 ranking: 620
| Net income
|| ¥279.089 billion (2009)
|| 3,013 (2006)
|| Nintendo Japan|
Nintendo of America
Nintendo Co., Ltd. (任天堂株式会社 Nintendō Kabushiki gaisha?) is a Japanese video game hardware manufacturer and software publisher. They are the largest video game making company, followed by Sony. They have a countless number of series, such as the Super Mario, Legend of Zelda, Animal Crossing, and Metroid series. They previously made hanafuda cards before they came into the video game industry, and are now one of the largest video game companies there are. Since they're the developers of the Animal Crossing series, some of their products, like the NES have made it into Animal Crossing gameplay. They also have made the SNES, Nintendo 64, GameCube, Wii, Gameboy, Game Boy Color, Gameboy Advance, and Nintendo DS.
Nintendo has created many gaming systems, most of which are listed below:
Club Nintendo is a Nintendo reward system, where users input codes from major Nintendo games and consoles to receive Coins (or Stars in Europe). Coins may also be earned by completing surveys. These Coins may then be traded for a variety of prizes, including Animal Crossing-related merchandise. The service was discontinued on June 30, 2015, and will be replaced with a new reward program.
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