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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Reggie Fils-Aime’

You Can Play Pikmin 3 Early At GameStop

Pikmin was never as popular as Mario or The Legend of Zelda, but it does have its very dedicated and vocal fan base. The latest game in the franchise – Pikmin 3 – is out in less than a month, and Nintendo wants to make sure that everybody gets a chance to discover what makes Pikmin so special before the …

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Reggie Fils-Aime Answers Your Wii U Questions On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Last Friday night, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to show off some new Wii U games. Afterwards, he answered a few questions from gamers on Twitter about the Wii U. As an added bonus, here’s Mark Rubin answering questions about Call of Duty: Ghosts: If you want more Video Game Week from Jimmy …

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Jimmy Fallon And Reggie Fils-Aime Team Up To Demo Wii U Titles

Nintendo had a pretty decent showing for Nintendo fans at E3, but the mainstream that made the Wii so popular is still largely not convinced. To do that – Nintendo has turned to late night host Jimmy Fallon to look silly while playing Game & Wario. On the final night of Fallon’s Video Game Week, he tried out two new …

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Take A Tour Of Reggie’s House In Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Is Nintendo resurrecting MTV Cribs? Probably not, but this tour of Reggie Fils-Aime’s house in Animal Crossing: New Leaf makes me feel like Nintendo should turn this into a regular series. Doubly so if all of the houses are as strange as Reggie’s. Did you see those bedsheets that had Reggie’s face patterned onto them? I’m just a little scared. …

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Wii U Is Profitable With Just One Game Purchase

Nintendo has traditionally never sold its hardware at a loss. It’s what set the company apart from other console manufacturers who sold hardware at a loss, and made up for it with software licensing fees from third parties. The Wii U changed all that by being sold at a loss as well, but Nintendo says it’s not as bad as …

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