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Submitted by ThomasBW84 848d ago | article

Feature: Nintendo in 2012 - Part Two

In the first six months of 2012 Nintendo oversaw some major releases on 3DS and announced the XL model, the Wii had a few memorable arrivals and E3 came and went with its own brand of madness. There were also a number of quirky stories that passed by, including marriage proposals via Swapnote and a dog selling pink 3DS systems; all part of the normal routine in the world of Nintendo gaming.

Now Nintendo Life looks at the second half of the year, which brought a new console to stores, a continuing evolution of the 3DS eShop and much more. (3DS, Industry, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, Wii, Wii U)

wiiulee  +   848d ago
nintendo did the smart thing to get ahead of haters...3ds is now millions ahead of psvita which somehow was suppose to destroy it and wiiu will be millions ahead with the big games coming out around the time the other two systems are coming out...haters cant get any sleep

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