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Hiroshi Yamauchi, shown in 1992 when he was president of Japan's Nintendo Co., answers questions during a news conference at company headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, after he won final approval to buy the Seattle Mariners. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)

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Hiroshi Yamauchi, shown in 1992 when he was president of Japan's Nintendo Co., answers questions during a news conference at company headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, after he won final approval to buy the Seattle Mariners. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)

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FILE - In this Sept. 29, 2010 file photo, a visitor operates a Nintendo 3DS featuring 3-D imagery during a press conference by Nintendo Co. Nintendo Corp. has warned that the 3-D screen on its new 3DS handheld game device shouldn't be used by children 6 or younger because it may harm their immature vision.(AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama, file)

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In this product image provided by Nintendo Co., the new "Pokemon" video game for the handheld Nintendo DS is displayed. (AP Photo/Nintendo Co.) NO SALES

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File - In this Sept. 29, 2010 file photo, a visitor operates a Nintendo 3DS featuring 3-D imagery during a press conference by Nintendo Co. President Satoru Iwata where he launches the new game machine which will hit the Japanese market in Feb., 2011 in Chiba near Tokyo, Japan. Nintendo reported Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010, it sank into the red for the fiscal first half, battered by a rising yen that hurts exports and plunging sales as demand for its game machines ran out of steam. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama, File)