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Beyonce Partners With Nintendo to Promote Style Savvy Game (January 13, 2010): Beyonce has partnered with Nintendo to provide five designs from Dereon, a clothing line co-created by Beyonce and her mother, designer Tina Knowles, for Nintendo's Savvy Style game.
Pikachu Helps Stock Shelves (December 2, 2007): A giant Pikachu helps Wal-Mart store associate Tad Hiwot restock copies of Pokemon Diamond and Pokemon Pearl at the Plano, Texas, Wal-Mart.
Nintendo Introduces Wii Fit (July 20, 2007): Nintendo announced Wii Fit at the recent 2007 E3 Media & Business Summit.
Nintendo to Boost Wii Production (May 4, 2007): Good news for those who want a Wii.
Mario and Sonic Compete at the Olympics (April 3, 2007): Sega and Nintendo have announced that two big video game characters Mario and Sonic are teaming up for a game called Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games.
Tara Reid Checks Out the Wii (February 10, 2007): Tara Reid visits the Motorola Late Night Lounge at the Sundance Film Festival.
Online Wii Games Coming In 2nd Quarter 2007 (December 4, 2006): Engadget has talked with Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime and found out that online Wii gaming will debut around March or April of 2007.
Wiimote May Control Nintendo's Future (November 3, 2006): The New York Times has an interesting piece about the future of Nintento and how Nintendo has focused on its unique controller, called the Wii remote or Wiimote, that lets the player swing the controller like a sword in an adventure game or a racket in a sports game.
November 19th Launch Date for Wii (September 29, 2006): MSNBC.
Barbara St. Hilaire Wins Nintendo Coolest Grandparent Contest (September 22, 2006): Some extremely cool grandparents competed recently in a Nintendo video game competition at the Nintendo World store in Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.
A Wii Bit Early? (July 11, 2006): There are rumors that Wii, Nintendo's new game system, could be released earlier than expected.
Nintendo DS Becomes Spy Gadget in Movie (July 10, 2006): In the October film Stormbreaker (The Weinstein Company) a teenage spy named Alex Rider (played by Alex Pettyfer) turns his Hot Rod Red Nintendo DS into a spy gadet.
Some Gamers Don't Like Wii (May 3, 2006): There are some gamers who strongly dislike Nintendo's recent decision to call the next version of Nintendo, the Nintendo Wii.
Nintendo Revolution Becomes Wii (May 2, 2006): Nintendo Revolution has announced that the name of the next generation will by Wii and not Nintendo Revolution.
Nintendo Vows to Keep Revolution Game Prices Low (April 3, 2006): CNN reports that Nintendo has vowed to keep prices low on the next generation of their gaming system, Nintendo Revolution.
Game Consoles Going Digital (March 28, 2006): Next generation game consoles like the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Revolution are all adding or planning digital distribution and social networking capabilities.
Jared Fogle Blames Nintendo for Weight Gain (January 23, 2006): Jared Fogle, who was made popular for his Subway Diet, has said that it was the Nintendo that started him on the sedentary lifestyle that led to his weight gain.
Revolution and PS3 This Year? (January 19, 2006): A Gamespot.
Nintendo to Announce Revolution Next May (November 29, 2005): The Register reports that Nintendo will make an announcement ahead of the next E3 games conference on May 9, 2006 about its next games system called Nintendo Revolution.
Mario and Ronald McDonald Kick Off Nintendo Wi-Fi Service (November 14, 2005): Mario and Ronald McDonald in a McDonald's restaurant in Chicago kicked off the debut of the Nintendo Wi-Fi service that will be available in McDonald's restaurants.