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TECH GAMES EXPO
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May 19, 2005
Miranda Meagher poses with a Nintendo Gameboy Micro at the Los Angeles Convention Center during the Electronics...
Los Angeles, USA
Miranda Meagher poses with Nintendo Gameboy Micro at E3 Expo in Los Angeles.
Miranda Meagher poses with a Nintendo Gameboy Micro at the Los Angeles Convention Center during the Electronics Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, May 19, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith RG
TECH NINTENDO
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August 07, 2003
Game Boy creator Nintendo Co Ltd President Satoru Iwata speaks at a
news conference on the videogame...
Tokyo, Japan
GAMEBOY CREATOR NINTENDO PRESIDENT SATORU IWATA ANNOUNCES PLAN FOR NEW
GAME PRODUCT IN TOKYO.
Game Boy creator Nintendo Co Ltd President Satoru Iwata speaks at a
news conference on the videogame maker's business strategy in Tokyo
August 7, 2003. Iwata said on Thursday Nintendo will reveal details of
a new game product next year but was coy on details, only saying it
will be a surprise. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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NINTENDO
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February 05, 2003
Young models show off Japanese video game maker Nintendo's hand-held GameBoy Advance at an unveiling...
Tokyo, Japan
Young models show off Japanese video game maker Nintendo's hand-held GameBoy Advance at an unveiling.....
Young models show off Japanese video game maker Nintendo's hand-held GameBoy Advance at an unveiling in Tokyo February 5, 2003. Nintendo aims to sell two million of its new Gameboy Advance SPs, which carries a price tag of 12,500 yen ($104) and feature rechargeable batteries and a brightly lit screen, in the first six weeks after their February 14 launch, the company said on Wednesday.
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February 05, 2003
Japanese video game maker Nintendo's hand-held GameBoy Advance is displayed
at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Japan
NINTENDO'S GAMEBOY ADVANCE IS DISPLAYED AT UNVEILING IN TOKYO.
Japanese video game maker Nintendo's hand-held GameBoy Advance is displayed
at an unveiling in Tokyo February 5, 2003. Nintendo aims to sell two million
of its new Gameboy Advance SPs, which carries a price tag of 12,500 yen
($104) and feature rechargeable batteries and a brightly lit screen, in the
first six weeks after their February 14 launch, the company said on
Wednesday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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LEISURE NINTENDO GAMEBOY
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February 05, 2003
Young models show off Japanese video game maker Nintendo's hand-held GameBoy
Advance at an unveiling...
Tokyo, Japan
MODELS SHOW OFF NINTENDO'S NEW GAMEBOY ADVANCE AT UNVEILING IN TOKYO.
Young models show off Japanese video game maker Nintendo's hand-held GameBoy
Advance at an unveiling in Tokyo February 5, 2003. Nintendo aims to sell two
million of its new Gameboy Advance SPs, which carries a price tag of 12,500
yen ($104) and feature rechargeable batteries and a brightly lit screen, in
the first six weeks after their February 14 launch, the company said on
Wednesday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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TSUNEKAZU
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March 07, 2001
"Pokemon," or Pocket Monster producer Tsunekazu Ishihara flashes Card-e Pokemon electronic data cards...
Tokyo, Japan
"Pokemon," or Pocket Monster producer Tsunekazu Ishihara flashes Card-e Pokemon electronic data card.....
"Pokemon," or Pocket Monster producer Tsunekazu Ishihara flashes Card-e Pokemon electronic data cards and their game machine as he explains Nintendo's new system allowing people to play games using such characters during an unveiling in Tokyo March 7, 2001. Nintendo announced it will join forces with camera maker Olympus Optical to develop the system, which it hopes to launch in Japan, Europe and the United States later this year, following the launch of the faster, Internet-capable Gameboy Advance.
TECH JAPAN NINTENDO
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March 07, 2001
"Pokemon," or Pocket Monster producer Tsunekazu Ishihara flashes Card-e Pokemon electronic data cards...
Tokyo, Japan
POKEMON PRODUCER ISHIHARA FLASHES CARD-E GAME SYSTEM AT UNVEILING IN TOKYO.
"Pokemon," or Pocket Monster producer Tsunekazu Ishihara flashes Card-e Pokemon electronic data cards and their game machine as he explains Nintendo's new system allowing people to play games using such characters during an unveiling in Tokyo March 7, 2001. Nintendo announced it will join forces with camera maker Olympus Optical to develop the system, which it hopes to launch in Japan, Europe and the United States later this year, following the launch of the faster, Internet-capable Gameboy Advance.

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NINTENDO
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August 24, 2000
Nintendo's new hand-held Gameboy Advance is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August...
Makuhari, Japan
Nintendo's new hand-held Gameboy Advance is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari Augus.....
Nintendo's new hand-held Gameboy Advance is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. The Japan's big game machine maker unveiled the 32-bit Gameboy Advance with next-generation console Gamecube. Both the Gameboy Advance and Gamecube will be Internet-capable and analysts consider them key to Nintendo's profit performance in the next several years.
TECH NINTENDO
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August 24, 2000
Nintendo's new hand-held Gameboy Advance is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August...
Makuhari, Japan
NINTENDO'S NEW HAND-HELD GAMEBOY ADVANCE IS DISPLAYED IN MAKUHARI.
Nintendo's new hand-held Gameboy Advance is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. The Japan's big game machine maker unveiled the 32-bit Gameboy Advance with next-generation console Gamecube. Both the Gameboy Advance and Gamecube will be Internet-capable and analysts consider them key to Nintendo's profit performance in the next several years.

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TECH NINTENDO
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August 24, 2000
A Japanese boy plays with Nintendo's new hand-held Gameboy Advance on display at Nintendo Space World...
Makuhari, Japan
JAPANESE BOYS PLAY WITH NINTENDO'S NEW HAND-HELD GAMEBOY ADVANCE ON DISPLAY IN MAKUHARI.
A Japanese boy plays with Nintendo's new hand-held Gameboy Advance on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. The Japan's big game machine maker unveiled the 32-bit Gameboy Advance with next-generation console Gamecube. Both the Gameboy Advance and Gamecube will be Internet-capable and analysts consider them key to Nintendo's profit performance in the next several years.

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JAPAN
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September 02, 1999
Japanese game maker Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi (L) and computer entertainment maker Konami Presidnet...
Tokyo, Japan
NINTENDO PRESIDENT YAMAUCHI AND KONAMI PRESIDENT KOZUKI IN TOKYO.
Japanese game maker Nintendo President Hiroshi Yamauchi (L) and computer entertainment maker Konami Presidnet Kagemasa Kozuki pose for photographers at a Tokyo hotel after announcing that they have agreed to establish the joint venture company, "Mobile 21", September 2. Nintendo and Konami would set up a joint venture to develop software for Nintendo's next-generation game machines, including a new version of the portable Gameboy and a game machine being developed jointly with Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.

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NINTENDO
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October 08, 1998
Nintendo Co sales promotion assistant Hiroko Watanabe shows the ''Gameboy Color" a new version of its...
Nintendo Co sales promotion assistant Hiroko Watanabe shows the ''Gameboy Color" a new version of it.....
Nintendo Co sales promotion assistant Hiroko Watanabe shows the ''Gameboy Color" a new version of its popular Gameboy handset machine, at Nintendo's Tokyo office October 8. The new game hardware, with a colour screen and including two game software titles, will retail for 8,900 yen (about $77.) "Gameboy Color" will be launched in the United States on November 23 and in Europe in December.
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October 08, 1998
Nintendo Co sales promotion assistant Hiroko Watanabe shows the "Gameboy Color" a new version of its...
Japan
NINTENDO'S WATANABE SHOWS NEW GAME HARDWARE IN TOKYO.
Nintendo Co sales promotion assistant Hiroko Watanabe shows the "Gameboy Color" a new version of its popular Gameboy handset machine, at Nintendo's Tokyo office October 8. The new game hardware, with a colour screen and including two game software titles, will retail for 8,900 yen (about $77.) "Gameboy Color" will be launched in the United States on November 23 and in Europe in December.

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November 21, 1997
Nintendo's Mika Maeda shows off a new digital pocket camera at the Nintendo Space World '97 exhibit in...
Japan
NINTENDO SHOWS OFF ITS NEW DIGITAL POCKET CAMERA IN MAKUHARI
Nintendo's Mika Maeda shows off a new digital pocket camera at the Nintendo Space World '97 exhibit in Makuhari, east of Tokyo November 21. The new Pocket Camera is installed atop a portable Gameboy and will be introduced to the Japanese market for 5,500 yen (US$44) next February. The digital still camera can store 30 images which can then be printed on a pocket printer also available for 5,800 yen (US$46).

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