Slashing the Wii's records
Nintendo of America's President, Reggie Fils-Aime told Variety that its Switch gizmo could even top first year sales of the Wii – the company’s best selling console yet–if momentum holds up through the holidays.
Switch proves to be viable
Former maker of playing cards, Nintendo almost doubled its full year operating profit forecast as supply shortages for its new Switch games console began to ease.
It appears that Nintendo's Switch might be taking off after all and the former maker of playing cards and urine themed consoles has ramped up orders for the Nintendo Switch to two million units a month.
Has to pay $10.1 million because Wii players fall over a lot
The former maker of playing cards, Nintendo, has been told that it has to pay $10 billion to a Dallas medical motion-detection company which claims to have invented motion sensors to detect when old people fall over.
Nintendo can't make enough of them
The former maker of playing cards is having difficulty keeping up with demand for its Nintendo Switch console but it seems that this is turning a supply cock-up into a money spinner with people actually thinking that the Switch is desirable.
Bog standard profits at last
The former maker of the Wii, Nintendo, said it swung to a profit in the first quarter, beating analyst estimates thanks to strong demand for the Switch.
Cited as one reason for NES Classic's seasonal release timeframe
Following the short-lived release of its sellout NES Classic console in November, Nintendo says it has “a lot going on right now” following the console’s largely successful reception.
Company has sold at least 2 million units since November
Nintendo has announced that it will stop producing the NES Classic next month following a rather short four-month release window from November 2016.
And not to light speed
Nintendo fanboys who have been complaining that Fudzilla does not like the Switch might better direct their complaints to the firm for releasing a product which appears blighted with problems.
Militant vegans up in arms over milking game
Nintendo fanboys have been hitting any story which claims that the console is not true perfection, but it appears now that they will have to take on the might of animal rights group PETA.