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Nintendo's 20 most inspirational and innovative products that changed the game industry - Part 1

Nintendo has been an innovator for generations, experimenting with new ideas, changing the way we play games and changing the way, the industry makes their games...

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IAm1Bearcat3382d ago

that is a fantastic picture and i will never look at my SNES the same way again, but I sure would love to hold those controllers! ;)

secondly; I had no idea Nintendo had anything to do with Pokemon…. That’s interesting… anyone know if it’s actually true? I thought it was just a TV show made in Japan / Asia that Nintendo made into those games

yamamoto1143381d ago (Edited 3381d ago )

ROFL. Sorry, but that's just hilarious.

Pokemon (Pocket Monsters in Japan, the two words were made into a portmanteau during its American translation) made its debut on the Game Boy in 1995. The Pokemon anime was aired on Japanese television in 1998 as a spinoff to the Game Boy games. It shared the concept of the games, but had a different storyline.

Basically, games came first, anime came second. Both were released in America at pretty much exactly the same time. And Nintendo was the grand puppetmaster behind it all, engineering their plans to control the minds of our youth in order to further their goal of world domination.

..Well, okay. I was around eight or nine when Pokemon first came out, and I was obsessed with it too. XD

name3382d ago

I can't believe all the reports have to do with the picture. XD

qface643381d ago

im with you on this one whats the big deal about the pic just let it be

qface643381d ago

seriously i just clicked on this for the picture makes me wanna pop out my snes

dalectrics3381d ago (Edited 3381d ago )

"seriously i just clicked on this for the picture makes me wanna pop out my snes"

to this...

"im with you on this one whats the big deal about the pic just let it be"

Wierdo.

qface643381d ago

and your point is? i posted my comment before i saw anyone elses

DiLeCtioN3381d ago

i dunno, ask the contributor

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