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Submitted by acronkyoung 850d ago | article

3DS built-in software is Nintendo's best marketing tool

Nintendo put together quite a clever marketing campaign for Kid Icarus: Uprising through the 3DS built-in software. (3DS, Industry, Kid Icarus: Uprising)

Tolkoto  +   850d ago
I'm interested to see how well the game sells.
THR1LLHOUSE  +   850d ago
It's a high-profile Nintendo game for a console that hasn't had one in a few months and desperately needs some...I think it should do okay.

I'm hoping it does at least, partly because so much of it seems like Nintendo thinking out side the box a little.

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