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    Since its release in 2004, the Nintendo DS has sold 154.01 million units. Among the different iterations of the Nintendo DS, like the Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS, the Nintendo DS is currently the best selling handheld console, and the second best selling video game console of all time. Yet despite its high sales figures, ten years after the release of the Nintendo DS to the wider mainstream market, little research has been done about the effects of the Nintendo DS’s technology on the experience of video game players, much less about the role of the Nintendo DS in the American society. Video games as objects of study, are not new. There have been various histories and anthologies that have covered the development of the video game industry from its humble beginnings until today. Video games were invented as early as 1958, when a government nuclear research scientist named Wally Higginbotham developed a game of tennis that could be played on an oscilloscope screen, but the industry itself began to form when Nintendo stepped into the fray in the 1980’s by gambling on home console systems like the N64. With the rise of the…

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    Tornado Analysis

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    So if you are looking for something a little different on the Nintendo DS you will certainly find that with Tornado, but unfortunately you will also get a game with some lackluster gameplay and a story mode that makes as much sense as the characters do. Why oh why do the decide to make the characters talk but use silly noises instead of words, I mean it is like the sims who don 't speak English but in this game it is way more annoying than that, anyway read on for more info. Buying This Game…

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    Collage As A Friend Essay

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    “Why?” “You draw your super-awesome level sixty-seven mage knight from Realm of Doom,” she clarified, “and then you draw the defeat of the evil cheer goblins.” “What good is that going to do?” She shrugged. “Seems more your style than writing in a diary.” Fair point. When he was younger, he was always forced to sit at Miles’ basketball games, and he hated it. He didn’t care for the sport, or any sport for that matter, and all he had to entertain him was his Nintendo DS. One time, he was so bored…

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    In schools across America, a situation is arising whether to be pro-technology or anti-technology. The question is if all or most textbooks should become digital on tablets or stay printed in regular books. Some people who are pro digital textbooks say so because it is cheaper and it has the ability to hold more books on it than just one. Others who are against it say so because staring at a computer screen can damage the eyes, as well as, the damages costs associated with tablets are extremely…

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    Pokemon Black Monologue

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    just say there's bound to be some Trubbish happening. Better get this over with. Chapter 1: Where's that Skip Button? As the glorious title suggests, tutorials in fact suck. Am I a boy or a girl, aren't we like neighbors or something? What's my name? Once again, don't we already know each other. And why am I shrinking into an ugly sprite. If it was the drink, I wouldn't be as mad. I might be channeling my inner Deadpool, but hey, hype breaks all walls. Except Blissey. Shuck Blissey. Also, this…

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    Satoru Iwata, the president of Nintendo, has passed away at the age 55. Business Insider, July 13, 2015 reported the cause of death was a bile duct growth. Last year, Satoru Iwata had surgery to remove the growth. He came through the operation very well and went back to work after a short recovery period. Satoru Iwata was born in Sapporo, Japan, on December 6, 1959. His career in the corporate planning division with Nintendo started in June 2000, when he was appointed as Director of Nintendo.…

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    Among its new features was a touch screen. The device sold well and Nintendo is still producing new models to this day. Then Sony’s handheld, the PlayStation Portable, was released on March 24, 2005. Sony manufactured other variations of the PlayStation Portable, and there new handheld the PS vita. The PlayStation 4 (or PS4) is a video game console developed by Sony Computer Entertainment. Announced as the successor to the PlayStation 3 during a press conference, it was launched on…

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    1. The Nintendo 3DS model has a strong set of software which will enable the company to leverage from its software and hardware. Nintendo this year will see in an increase in its sales. Also Nintendo has raised its hardware estimates for the 3DS to 18 million, up from 14 million since the last few years. 2. Iwata (CEO of Nintendo) has committed the company to increasing support for the Wii U, This includes dealing with the system's identity. The most important goal of the company is to have a…

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    about a kid’s video game? Isn’t she an adult? Trust me, you won’t regret playing this game, it’s okay to let loose and let your inner child show! Kirby and the Amazing Mirror is a video game created by Nintendo, you’re taken into different adventures that has puzzle solving and amazing graphics all bundled up! Kirby was first introduced into the world in April 1992, when Kirby’s Dream Land, the first game of the Kirby series, was released on Gameboy…

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    Pokemon

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    fill every slot in the dictionary-like Pokedex. The game involves a few basic phases: exploring the world, capturing more pokemon, and becoming a pokemon master. The battle mechanics are quite simple, and players of all ages can become familiar and proficient in interacting with the world. During a vigorous battle with a wild, roaming monster, the creature's health is reduced to minimal levels, and the user has the option of using one of several types of pokeballs to capture and recruit it to…

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