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The history of Nintendo traces back to 1889, when it was originally founded to produce handmade hanafuda cards. Nintendo Co., Ltd is a Japanese ...

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Nintendo System History provides detailed info on Nintendo handhelds and consoles: NES, Game Boy, SNES, Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color, Game Boy ...

The Surprisingly Long History of Nintendo - Gizmodo


Sep 20, 2013 ... Believe it or not, the history of Nintendo goes all the way back to 1889. And before you ask—no, they were not selling Mario figures carved from ...

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Company History. Nintendo Entertainment System. Introduced in 1985, the NES was an instant hit. Over the course of the next two years, it almost ...

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The History of Nintendo was founded in 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi in Kyoto, Japan. The Japanese...

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Jan 26, 2015 ... Nintendo Mario Bro The Legend of Zelda Donkey Kong.

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Nintendo, having been founded in 1889, is the oldest video-game company in the world. Originally the company produced card-games but from the 1960s ...

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Nintendo brought gaming back with a vengeance with the release of the Nintendo Entertainment ... The History and Origin of the Nintendo Entertainment System ...

The History of Nintendo Video Games - LifeWire


Oct 2, 2016 ... Having such a rich and long history in the industry it's impossible to try and encapsulate the Nintendo's lineage in just one go.

Nintendo consoles: a history in pictures - Telegraph - The Telegraph


The dual-screened handheld console saw Nintendo targeting younger children and especially girls with family-friendly games such as Petz in 2004-5. The DS ...

Timeline: Nintendo
1985: The Nintendo Entertainment System was an instant hit.
1989: Game Boy was released. The screen was four-colors-of-gray and it was closely associated with the classic game Tetris when it debuted.
1991: Super Nintendo Entertainment System released.