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Zelda - The producer explains why he would prefer to hire someone with interests unrelated to video games

As we know from the unexpected announcement of this E3 2019, Nintendo is working on the follow-up to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Series producer Eiji Aonuma explained, during an interview with IGN Japan, ...
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Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo leave China

The duty policy imposed by President Trump on China affects all economic markets, including the gaming one. Following the proposal of the Trump administration, which suggested the introduction of a new tariff of ...

Luigi's Mansion 3 - Tried

It was the distant 2001 when Nintendo, from the prestigious stage of the E3 in Los Angeles, was preparing to present its new jewel: GameCube. In that conference a young Shigeru Miyamoto unexpectedly announced what later, ...

Nintendo Switch Mini, still clues to its existence

A leaked image shows that the well-known company BigBen, which creates console accessories, plans to trade a Nintendo Switch Mini case.

Nintendo against censorship: "limits the diversity and honesty of video games"

During a meeting dedicated to shareholders, Nintendo highlighted its fight against video game censorship, as this would limit freedom.
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Super Mario Maker - Nintendo influenced by its own community

The producer of the Super Mario Maker series, Takashi Tezuka, recently spoke to Game Informer about the sequel, released a few days ago on Nintendo Switch, as well as the original version of Wii U. Still Tezuka is ...
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Rare - the logo is nothing but a gold roll

Despite being purchased in the far 2002 by Microsoft, Rare remains one of the most important and loved developers in the Nintendo scene to date. For years, the studio has created one classic after another ....
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Dauntless - Iron Galaxy helped Phoenix Labs bring the game to Switch

Dauntless, the free to play where we play the role of a hunter, owes his arrival on Switch to the guys at Iron Galaxy. During an interview with Chris Fox of Phoenix Lab by ...

Nintendo Switch - More than 15 million units sold in ...

Nintendo has recently announced that sales of Nintendo Switch Lite have helped fuel overall sales in North America. Along with the standard model, yes ...

Capcom thinks of new remakes and resurrecting old glories of ...

It's no secret that Capcom has had some lean years. However, the Japanese giant managed to recover well. Franchises ...

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