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Submitted by eagle21 394d ago | news

Nintendo Shares Hit Three-Month High Ahead Of Game Release In U.S.

Reuters writes: "Shares in Nintendo Co Ltd (7974.T) climbed as much as 4.2 percent to a three-month high on Friday morning, ahead of the release of its latest Super Mario video game in the United States." (3DS, Nintendo DS, Super Mario 3D World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Wii, Wii U)

scissor_runner  +   394d ago
I think im going digital download on this title.
Reeze  +   393d ago
I would, except I preordered it a while ago. I expected it to come Friday, but it's coming a week late for some reason.
scissor_runner  +   393d ago
Im getting pretty lazy these days and rather just select it on the gamepad lol. I never trade in nintendo games anyway.
Sathur  +   393d ago
I went to pick my copy of Super Mario 3D World yesterday. But the local GAME were too busy selling Xbox One to bother putting the game out on there shelves. Probably wait until after PS4 launches next week before I pick it up now.

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