Resolved Question: Who s exactly Nintendo
Like I said "Nintendoo made games", or
"Nintendo game system", etc. Wait who is exactly is Nintendo? Is it someone or Hiroshi Yamauchi? Oh, if you said no one is Nintendo, then why everybody said this? Hello there, I was mistaken about asking a question so instead I'll leave it abandon since it would not delete. Augh, Googling this will take a while, this is why I decide to do this?
Posted on 9 May 2015 | 10:22 pm
Resolved Question: Are Nintendo's Content
For many years, Nintendo had a policy of strict content guidelines for video games published on its consoles. Although Nintendo of Japan allowed graphic violence in its video games, nudity and sexuality were strictly prohibited. Former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi believed that if the company allowed the licensing of pornographic games, the company's image would be forever tarnished. Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe went further in that games released for Nintendo consoles could not feature nudity, sexuality, profanity (including racism, sexism or slurs), blood, graphic or domestic violence, drugs, political messages or religious symbols (with the exception of widely unpracticed religions, such as the Greek Pantheon)
Do you think this is because they are trying to set a moral standard? Or do you think this is a business strategy?
Nintendo might think that parents would be more willing to buy their kids one of their consoles over one of their competitors because they know they're kids won't be exposed to things above. And in this way, they can kind or sort of hold a monopoly on...let's call it "child-friendly gaming"
Posted on 23 March 2014 | 9:36 am
Resolved Question: Is Shingeru Miyamoto
My friend told me a couple of days ago. Is it true? I mean, think about it. Probably no more Zelda games. Maybe even no more Nintendo. He was a great man, an inspiration. I always admired how well he crafted the images and animations into games, it was just so clever and inspiring. That's why Shingeru will always be in my heart as my hero. :)
Posted on 23 September 2013 | 2:20 pm
Resolved Question: What are your fondest
System has died. RIP Hiroshi Yamauchi, My favorites as a kid was Mario & Donkey Kong.
Nintendo's Hiroshi Yamauchi, father of console gaming, dead at 85
Nintendo fans, switch off your games and observe a moment of silence for Hiroshi Yamauchi, who died Thursday of pneumonia at a hospital in central Japan.
Yamauchi, who was 85, served as president of Nintendo from 1949 to 2002. He continued to serve as an adviser after his departure from the company, and was one of the richest men in Japan.
Under Yamauchi’s stewardship, Nintendo hired Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto and launched the Famicom, the video game console that jumpstarted the North American game market when it arrived in the U.S. as the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Video games wouldn’t exist as we know them today without the NES, and the NES wouldn’t exist without Yamauchi.
He led Nintendo into the growing American arcade market with Donkey Kong in 1981, then made Nintendo a U.S. household name by releasing the NES in 1985.
The NES was a smash hit that single-handedly revitalized the games business after the video game market crashed—hard—in 1983. Today the video game business is booming, and Yamauchi is credited for making a number of key decisions that helped the game industry—and Nintendo—prosper.
Under his leadership, Nintendo created some of the most beloved and long-running game franchises in the world, including Mario, Metroid, and the Legend of Zelda. http://www.techhive.com/article/2049031/nintendos-hiroshi-yamauchi-father-of-console-gaming-dead-at-85.html
Posted on 20 September 2013 | 4:25 am
Resolved Question: What did nintendo do 125
i just heard they are over 120 years old what did they do in like 1880s? first video game wasn't till the 1940s so what were they doing back then? so wiki says they tried out love hotels.. how weird is that
Posted on 15 June 2011 | 3:21 am