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  • Nintendo's Wii successor to dominate E3 expo

    Almost six years ago at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, Nintendo unveiled what would eventually become known as the Wii. But the Japanese gaming giant didn't show off the new console's distinctive motion-sensing capabilities until later that year at the Tokyo Game Show. Nintendo won't be such a tease at this year's E3.


  • Nintendo says server breached, no data lost

    Nintendo was targeted in a recent online data attack, but no personal or company information was lost, the Japanese maker of the Wii game console said Sunday.


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    Nintendo was targeted in a recent online data attack, but no personal or company information was lost, the Japanese maker of the Wii game console said Sunday.


  • Nintendo's Wii successor to dominate E3 expo

    Almost six years ago at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, Nintendo unveiled what would eventually become known as the Wii. But the Japanese gaming giant didn't show off the new console's distinctive motion-sensing capabilities until later that year at the Tokyo Game Show. Nintendo won't be such a tease at this year's E3.


  • Nintendo cuts Wii price, offers cheaper game set

    Nintendo is dropping the price of its Wii game system by $50 to $150 and introducing a new line of cheaper Wii games.


  • Nintendo to launch Wii successor in 2012

    The successor to Nintendo's hit Wii console will arrive next year.


  • Nintendo says successor to Wii coming in 2012

    The successor to Nintendo's hit Wii console will arrive next year.


  • US video game sales fell 4 percent in March

    U.S. retail sales of video game systems, games and accessories fell 4 percent in March as game software sales declined, according to new data from an industry group.


  • 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

    New video games expand vast 'Pokemon' empire

    "Pokemon" has been around almost as long as Justin Bieber has been alive. Among a certain demographic, the fierce little "pocket monsters" generate the type of obsessive fandom reserved for the biggest entertainment icons, be they the hottest new toys or dreamiest teen crooners.


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