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Pokémon X and Pokémon Y sell 4 million units in 48 hours

Pokémon X and Pokémon Y sell 4 million units in 48 hours

Earlier this month we mentioned that Nintendo had a new Pokémon videogame coming for its 3-D portable the Nintendo 3DS on October 12. October 12 was last weekend and Nintendo is offering up some statistics for the videogame for its first two days of availability. Nintendo launched the game simultaneously around the world.

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Nintendo opens own online store to combat UK retailer apathy

Nintendo opens own online store to combat UK retailer apathy

Nintendo has launched a new online store, taking the 3DS, Wii U, and the new 2DS handheld direct to gamers complete with the promise of exclusive accessories and games unavailable through regular retailers. The store, currently only available in the UK, is part of Nintendo's attempt to own its gaming and sales experiences, even as retailer enthusiasm cools on its range.

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Mighty No. 9 hits Kickstarter goal as campaign reaches its end

Mighty No. 9 hits Kickstarter goal as campaign reaches its end

Megaman has firm a place in the hearts of many, the evidence of which is blatant in the runaway success of its descendant -- Mighty No. 9's -- Kickstarter campaign. The funding goal was ambitious, seeking millions, yet saw its milestones reached at a clipped rate, such as the unlocking of PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U versions back on September 17. The campaign reached its end on Kickstarter this evening, managing to hit its goal ahead of the countdown timer.

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Nintendo 3DS XL black model arriving next month alongside Mario & Luigi: Dream Team

Nintendo 3DS XL black model arriving next month alongside Mario & Luigi: Dream Team

It seems as if this moment couldn't come any sooner, as Nintendo is finally releasing a black version of their 3DS XL handheld gaming system. Nintendo has previously released colored models with black trim and such, but this will be the first all-black version to hit retail, and it's coming on the same day as the release of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team on August 11.

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Nintendo reveals Wii U bigger batteries for GamePad and Wiimote, more

Nintendo reveals Wii U bigger batteries for GamePad and Wiimote, more

Nintendo has outed a fresh batch of hardware and accessories for Japan, including a white Wii U 32GB console and a larger battery for the tablet GamePad controller to address runtime claims. The new white Wii U 32GB Premium edition should arrive in Japan on July 13, functionally identical to the existing black model aside from the new casing; it'll go on sale alongside a new Rapid Charging Stand for the Wiimote, which Nintendo says will cut down the amount of time gamers will need to have the motion-sensing controller on charge.

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Nintendo lists Best Buy locations for E3 game previews

Nintendo lists Best Buy locations for E3 game previews

Nintendo has listed the 110 Best Buy stores that will give impatient gamers an opportunity to play new Wii U and 3DS titles alongside their launch at E3 2013 next month, as part of its attempt to boost enthusiasm in the fact of Sony and Microsoft's next-gen consoles. The scheme, revealed earlier this month, will see select games put up for in-store play, though not offered for sale at that stage.

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Entirely new 3D Legend of Zelda title revealed for Nintendo 3DS

Entirely new 3D Legend of Zelda title revealed for Nintendo 3DS

This week the folks at Nintendo have released a big batch of information on their star handheld 3DS including none other than a brand new Legend of Zelda title! With this new Legend of Zelda game you'll find a completely new game build from the ground up - but with a universe that's set in the same environment as the 1992 classic "A Link to the Past". That fabulous Super Nintendo game remains fresh even today - and its experience will be jumped in upon by Link in full 3D action soon!

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Mario Party, Yoshi’s Island sequel, and more heading to 3DS

Mario Party, Yoshi’s Island sequel, and more heading to 3DS

Nintendo just announced, via a Nintendo Direct presentation, that a handful of new games that will be heading to the company's 3DS handheld gaming console this year. Mario Party will be making its first appearance in the 3DS, Yoshi's Island will be getting a sequel, Mario and Luigi will be teaming up again in Mario and Luigi: Dream Team, and Donkey Kong is coming back with Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D.

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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity now available

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity now available

If you're a fan of Pokémon video games, a new game in the franchise launched yesterday as an exclusive for the Nintendo 3DS. The game is called Pokémon Mastery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity. The game will allow players to build their own Pokémon Paradise and to discover special Magnagates using the Nintendo 3DS camera.

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Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon for Nintendo 3DS launches this month

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon for Nintendo 3DS launches this month

Back in 2001, Nintendo launched a video game focused on Mario's brother Luigi called Luigi's Mansion. Nintendo has announced that the sequel to that game is set to launch on March 24, which is this coming Sunday. The game will be a Nintendo 3DS exclusive title.

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Nintendo 3DS XL Pikachu edition unveiled

Nintendo 3DS XL Pikachu edition unveiled

Nintendo has announced that on March 24 it will be releasing a limited edition yellow Nintendo 3DS XL that features a cute outline of Pikachu on the back. The handset is being released the same day as the upcoming Pokemon video game for the 3DS, and Nintendo is offering a game for free to those who purchase both the special edition handset and the Pokemon game.

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Nintendo hit with $30.2 million in damages over 3D patent infringement

Nintendo hit with $30.2 million in damages over 3D patent infringement

A New York federal jury found Nintendo to have infringed on a 3D patent with its 3DS handheld earlier today. As a result of the legal proceedings, the video game giant has been slapped with a $30.2 million fine in damages. The lawsuit was originally filed back in 2011 by Seijiro Tomita, who didn't attend the legal session today.

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