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TECH NINTENDO
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May 17, 2005
Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo Co., Ltd. speaks about Nintendo's new game console, code named Revolution,...
Hollywood, USA
Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo Co., Ltd. speaks about Nintendo's new game console,.
Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo Co., Ltd. speaks about Nintendo's new game console, code named Revolution, during a media briefing in Hollywood May 17, 2005. Due in 2006, the new console will be backward compatible with Nintendo GameCube and also will have downloadable access to 20 years of game titles originally released for other Nintendo game systems. The announcement came as gamers from around the world are in Los Angeles for the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3.) REUTERS/Fred Prouser FSP
NINTENDO STORE OPENING
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May 14, 2005
Skateboard champion Ryan Sheckler (L) plays Donkey Konga 2 for the Nintendo GameCube against Cruz Terez...
New York, USA
Ryan Sheckler plays Donkey Konga 2 at the new Nintendo World store in New York City.
Skateboard champion Ryan Sheckler (L) plays Donkey Konga 2 for the Nintendo GameCube against Cruz Terez from New York, at the grand opening of the Nintendo World store in New York's Rockefeller Center on May 14, 2005. Cruz won the grand prize beating thousands of Nintendo fans in the Donkey Konga 2 contest held at the opening of the Nintendo World store. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC
TECH NINTENDO
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January 23, 2003
Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo Co Ltd, speaks during an interview
at its headquarters in Kyoto,...
Kyoto, Japan
NINTENDO PRESIDENT IWATA SPEAKS DURING AN INTERVIEW IN KYOTO, JAPAN.
Satoru Iwata, president of Nintendo Co Ltd, speaks during an interview
at its headquarters in Kyoto, western Japan, January 23, 2003. Nintendo
Co Ltd, the creator of Pokemon videogames, said on Thursday its
flagship Gamecube console would miss its shipment target by over 10
percent this business year, hit by weak demand and rival PlayStation 2.
REUTERS/Keiko Kanai

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TECH NINTENDO GAMECUBE
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May 21, 2002
Shigeru Miyamoto, director and general manager of entertainment analysis and
development division of...
Los Angeles, United States of America
NINTENDO EXECUTIVE DISCUSSES GAMECUBE.
Shigeru Miyamoto, director and general manager of entertainment analysis and
development division of Nintendo discusses the WaveBird wireless controller
for the Nintendo Gamecube system during a press briefing in Los Angeles, May
21, 2002. The device which runs on two AA batteries will be in stores June
2002 and transmits radio frequency signal to a receiver on the Gamecube.
REUTERS/Fred Prouser

FSP/HK
TECH E3 NINTENDO
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May 21, 2002
Shigeru Miyamoto, director and general manager of entertainment analysis and
development division of...
Los Angeles, United States of America
NINTENDO EXECUTIVE DEMONSTRATES WIRELESS CONTROLLER FOR GAMECUBE.
Shigeru Miyamoto, director and general manager of entertainment analysis and
development division of Nintendo, introduces the WaveBird wireless
controller for the Nintendo Gamecube system, during a press briefing May 21,
2002 in Los Angeles. The device, which runs on two AA batteries, will be in
stores June 2002 and transmits radio frequency signal to a receiver on the
Gamecube. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

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NINTENDO
RTXL0W1
January 30, 2002
Children present the new Nintendo gamecube which will be on sale from March 3 during a preview at the...
Nuremberg, Germany
Children present the new Nintendo gamecube which will be on sale from March 3 during a preview at th.....
Children present the new Nintendo gamecube which will be on sale from March 3 during a preview at the Nuremberg Toy Fair January 30, 2002. The world's largest toy fair opens January 31 and will hosts 2837 exhibitors from 54 countries.
GERMANY
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January 30, 2002
Children present the new Nintendo gamecube which will be on sale from
March 3 during a preview at the...
Nuremberg, Germany
CHILDREN PRESENT THE NEW NINTENDO GAMECUBE DURING PREVIEW DAY OF TOY
FAIR IN NUREMBERG.
Children present the new Nintendo gamecube which will be on sale from
March 3 during a preview at the Nuremberg Toy Fair January 30, 2002.
The world's largest toy fair opens January 31 and will hosts 2837
exhibitors from 54 countries. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz

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PANASONIC
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November 01, 2001
Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto shows its new DVD video player SL-GC10...
Tokyo, Japan
Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto shows its new DVD video player SL-G.....
Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto shows its new DVD video player SL-GC10 compatible with Nintendo GameCube in Tokyo November 1, 2001. Panasonic will launch the hybrid of Nintendo Co's GameCube console that can play DVDs, from December 14 in Japan. Retailers will be allowed to set own price for the machine, named "Q", but the company plans to sell it for 39,800 yen (about $326) on its Web site.
PANASONIC
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November 01, 2001
Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto demonstrates the "Pikmin", a video game...
Tokyo, Japan
Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto demonstrates the "Pikmin", a video g.....
Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto demonstrates the "Pikmin", a video game software of Nintendo GameCube, on Panasonic's new DVD video player SL-GC10 in Tokyo November 1, 2001. Panasonic will launch the hybrid of Nintendo Co's GameCube console that can play DVDs, from December 14 in Japan. Retailers will be allowed to set own price for the machine, named "Q", but the company plans to sell it for 39,800 yen (about $326) on its Web site.
JAPAN
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November 01, 2001
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Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto demonstrates
the "Pikmin",...
Tokyo, Japan
PANASONIC'S NEW DVD VIDEO PLAYER SL-GC10 COMPATIBLE WITH NINTENDO
GAMECUBE IN TOKYO.
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Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto demonstrates
the "Pikmin", a video game software of Nintendo GameCube, on Panasonic's new
DVD video player SL-GC10 in Tokyo November 1, 2001. Panasonic will launch
the hybrid of Nintendo Co's GameCube console that can play DVDs, from
December 14 in Japan. Retailers will be allowed to set own price for the
machine, named "Q", but the company plans to sell it for 39,800 yen (about
$326) on its Web site. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
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November 01, 2001
2 PIC:TOK81D

Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto shows its
new DVD video...
Tokyo, Japan
MATSUSHITA'S NEW DVD VIDEO PLAYER SL-GC10 COMPATIBLE WITH NINTENDO
GAMECUBE IN TOKYO.
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Matsushita Electric Lindustrial Co Ltd's worker Kazumi Tamamoto shows its
new DVD video player SL-GC10 compatible with Nintendo GameCube in Tokyo
November 1, 2001. Panasonic will launch the hybrid of Nintendo Co's GameCube
console that can play DVDs, from December 14 in Japan. Retailers will be
allowed to set own price for the machine, named "Q", but the company plans
to sell it for 39,800 yen (about $326) on its Web site. REUTERS/Kimimasa
Mayama
XBOX
RTXKUNJ
October 26, 2001
A gigantic inflatable tent is the base for the Microsoft XBOX Odyssey travelling arcade as seen during...
Seattle, USA
A gigantic inflatable tent is the base for the Microsoft XBOX Odyssey travelling arcade as seen duri.....
A gigantic inflatable tent is the base for the Microsoft XBOX Odyssey travelling arcade as seen during a media preview in Seattle, Washington, October 26, 2001. The much anticipated XBOX video game system, [which rivals Sony's PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube systems], is developed by the Microsoft Corporation and will be available to consumers on November 15. The XBOX Odyssey will have nearly 100 XBOX game consoles where the public will be allowed to preview and play with the system in 40 major cities across the U.S. until December 2002.
XBOX
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October 26, 2001
Members of the press try out various Microsoft XBOX video game consoles at the XBOX Odyssey media preview...
Seattle, USA
Members of the press try out various Microsoft XBOX video game consoles at the XBOX Odyssey media pr.....
Members of the press try out various Microsoft XBOX video game consoles at the XBOX Odyssey media preview in Seattle, Washington, October 26, 2001. The much anticipated XBOX video game system, [which rivals Sony's PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube systems], is developed by the Microsoft Corporation and will be available to consumers on November 15.
XBOX
RTXKUNH
October 26, 2001
Rome Reddick plays at a Microsoft XBOX video game console at the XBOX Odyssey media preview in Seattle,...
Seattle, USA
Rome Reddick plays at a Microsoft XBOX video game console at the XBOX Odyssey media preview in Seatt.....
Rome Reddick plays at a Microsoft XBOX video game console at the XBOX Odyssey media preview in Seattle, Washington, October 26, 2001. The much anticipated XBOX video game system, [which rivals Sony's PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube systems], is developed by the Microsoft Corporation and will be available to consumers on November 15.
TECH MICROSOFT XBOX
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October 26, 2001
A gigantic inflatable tent is the base for the Microsoft XBOX Odyssey
travelling arcade as seen during...
Seattle, United States of America
MICROSOFT XBOX ODYSSEY TRAVELLING ARCADE GIVES PREVIEWS TO SEATTLE
MEDIA.
A gigantic inflatable tent is the base for the Microsoft XBOX Odyssey
travelling arcade as seen during a media preview in Seattle,
Washington, October 26, 2001. The much anticipated XBOX video game
system, which rivals Sony's PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube
systems, is developed by the Microsoft Corporation and will be
available to consumers on November 15. The XBOX Odyssey will have
nearly 100 XBOX game consoles where the public will be allowed to
preview and play with the system in 40 major cities across the U.S.
until December 2002. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

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TECH MICROSOFT XBOX
RTROPFV
October 26, 2001
Rome Reddick plays at a Microsoft XBOX video game console at the XBOX
Odyssey media preview in Seattle,...
Seattle, United States of America
MICROSOFT XBOX ODYSSEY PREPARES FOR CROSS COUNTRY TOUR.
Rome Reddick plays at a Microsoft XBOX video game console at the XBOX
Odyssey media preview in Seattle, Washington, October 26, 2001. The
much anticipated XBOX video game system, which rivals Sony's
PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube systems, is developed by the
Microsoft Corporation and will be available to consumers on November
15. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

APB
TECH MICROSOFT XBOX
RTROPFM
October 26, 2001
Members of the press try out various Microsoft XBOX video game consoles
at the XBOX Odyssey media preview...
Seattle, United States of America
MICROSOFT XBOX ODYSSEY DEMOS IN SEATTLE BEFORE CROSS COUNTRY TOUR.
Members of the press try out various Microsoft XBOX video game consoles
at the XBOX Odyssey media preview in Seattle, Washington, October 26,
2001. The much anticipated XBOX video game system, which rivals Sony's
PlayStation 2 and Nintendo's GameCube systems, is developed by the
Microsoft Corporation and will be available to consumers on November
15. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

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NINTENDO
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September 14, 2001
A Japanese computer shop attendant announces the launch of the new Nintendo GameCube in Tokyo as the...
Tokyo, Japan
A Japanese computer shop attendant announces the launch of the new Nintendo GameCube in Tokyo as the.....
A Japanese computer shop attendant announces the launch of the new Nintendo GameCube in Tokyo as the long-awaited game console went on sale in Japan September 14, 2001. Shares in the major gamemaker extended losses on Thursday on fears that consumption may stall in the United States because of this week's terror attacks, hurting sales of the new game console when it hits U.S. markets in November.
TECH NINTENDO DEBUT
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September 14, 2001
Earlybird customers check out the new Nintendo GameCube console as
sales kick off at a Tokyo shop September...
Tokyo, Japan
EARLYBIRD JAPANESE CUSTOMERS CHECK OUT THE NEW NINTENDO GAMECUBE IN
TOKYO.
Earlybird customers check out the new Nintendo GameCube console as
sales kick off at a Tokyo shop September 14, 2001. Shares in the major
gamemaker extended losses on Thursday on fears that consumption may
stall in the United States because of this week's terror attacks,
hurting sales of the new game console when it hits U.S. markets in
November. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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TECH NINTENDO DEBUT
RTRMPXJ
September 14, 2001
A Japanese computer shop attendant announces the launch of the new
Nintendo GameCube in Tokyo as the...
Tokyo, United Kingdom of Great Britain
JAPANESE COMPUTER SHOP ATTENDANT SELLS THE NEW NINTENDO GAMECUBE IN
TOKYO.
A Japanese computer shop attendant announces the launch of the new
Nintendo GameCube in Tokyo as the long-awaited game console went on
sale in Japan September 14, 2001. Shares in the major gamemaker
extended losses on Thursday on fears that consumption may stall in the
United States because of this week's terror attacks, hurting sales of
the new game console when it hits U.S. markets in November.
REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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TECH NINTENDO DEBUT
RTRMPX4
September 14, 2001
A Japanese computer shop attendant packs a new Nintendo GameCube unit
into a bag for an early morning...
Tokyo, United Kingdom of Great Britain
JAPANESE COMPUTER SHOP ATTENDANT SELLS A NEW NINTENDO GAMECUBE IN
TOKYO.
A Japanese computer shop attendant packs a new Nintendo GameCube unit
into a bag for an early morning customer in Tokyo as the long-awaited
GameCube went on sale in Japan September 14, 2001. Shares in the major
gamemaker extended losses on Thursday on fears that consumption may
stall in the United States because of this week's terror attacks,
hurting sales of the new game console when it hits U.S. markets in
November. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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NINTENDO
RTXKPNE
August 24, 2001
Japanese boys play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at Nintendo Space Wolrd 2001 in Makuhari,...
Makuhari, Japan
Japanese boys play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at Nintendo Space Wolrd 2001 in Maku.....
Japanese boys play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at Nintendo Space Wolrd 2001 in Makuhari, 30 kilometre east of Tokyo, August 24, 2001. The world's second-largest home video-game maker Nintendo plans to launch the GameCube in Japan on September 14, when it will ship 500,000 of the machines.
NINTENDO
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August 24, 2001
Japanese women play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at Nintendo Space World 2001 in Makuhari,...
Makuhari, Japan
Japanese women play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at Nintendo Space World 2001 in Mak.....
Japanese women play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at Nintendo Space World 2001 in Makuhari, 30 kilometre east of Tokyo August 24, 2001. The world's second-largest home video-game maker Nintendo plans to launch the GameCube in Japan on September 14, when it will ship 500,000 of the machines.
JAPAN NINTENDO
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August 24, 2001
Japanese boys play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at
Nintendo Space Wolrd 2001 in Makuhari,...
Makuhari, Japan
JAPANESE BOYS PLAY NEW NINNTENDO GAMECUBE GAME IN MAKUHARI NEAR TOKYO.
Japanese boys play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at
Nintendo Space Wolrd 2001 in Makuhari, 30 kilometre east of Tokyo,
August 24, 2001. The world's second-largest home video-game maker
Nintendo plans to launch the GameCube in Japan on September 14, when it
will ship 500,000 of the machines.

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JAPAN
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August 24, 2001
Japanese women play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at
Nintendo Space World 2001 in Makuhari,...
Makuhari, Japan
JAPANESE WOMEN PLAY WITH THE NEW NINTENDO GAMECUBE IN MAKUHARI.
Japanese women play the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at
Nintendo Space World 2001 in Makuhari, 30 kilometre east of Tokyo
August 24, 2001. The world's second-largest home video-game maker
Nintendo plans to launch the GameCube in Japan on September 14, when it
will ship 500,000 of the machines.

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NINTENDO
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August 23, 2001
A Nintendo GameCube console and its controller are displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo August 23, 2001....
Tokyo, Japan
A Nintendo GameCube console and its controller are displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo August 23, 200.....
A Nintendo GameCube console and its controller are displayed at an unveiling in Tokyo August 23, 2001. Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd said on Thursday it will delay the U.S. debut of the GameCube console by two weeks to ensure a smooth rollout, but stuck to its target of shipping four million of the machines by March 31. The world's second-largest home video-game maker Nintendo plans to launch the GameCube in Japan on September 14, when it will ship 500,000 of the machines.
NINTENDO
RTXKPCS
August 23, 2001
Nintendo attendants demonstrate the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Nintendo attendants demonstrate the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at an unveiling in Toky.....
Nintendo attendants demonstrate the new Nintendo GameCube video game console at an unveiling in Tokyo August 23, 2001. Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd said on Thursday it will delay the U.S. debut of the GameCube console by two weeks to ensure a smooth rollout, but stuck to its target of shipping four million of the machines by March 31. The world's second-largest home video-game maker Nintendo plans to launch the GameCube in Japan on September 14, when it will ship 500,000 of the machines.
TECH JAPAN GAME OVRVIEW
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August 23, 2001
Nintendo's GameCube console and its controllers are displayed at an
unveiling in Tokyo in this file...
Tokyo, Japan
NINTENDO'S GAMECUBE CONSOLE AND CONTROLLERS AT UNVEILING IN TOKYO.
Nintendo's GameCube console and its controllers are displayed at an
unveiling in Tokyo in this file photo. Nintendo Co Ltd will launch the
long-waited GameCube system on Friday in the opening shot of what
promises to be a fierce three-way fight for the game console market.
Picture taken August 23, 2001. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa/File

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TECH JAPAN NINTENDO
RTRLUOS
August 23, 2001
A Nintendo GameCube console and its controller are displayed at an
unveiling in Tokyo August 23, 2001....
Tokyo, Japan
NINTENDO GAME CUBE CONSOLE AND CONTROLLER ARE DISPLAYED AT UNVEILING IN
TOKYO.
A Nintendo GameCube console and its controller are displayed at an
unveiling in Tokyo August 23, 2001. Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd said on
Thursday it will delay the U.S. debut of the GameCube console by two
weeks to ensure a smooth rollout, but stuck to its target of shipping
four million of the machines by March 31. The world's second-largest
home video-game maker Nintendo plans to launch the GameCube in Japan on
September 14, when it will ship 500,000 of the machines.

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TECH JAPAN NINTENDO
RTRLUOI
August 23, 2001
Nintendo attendants demonstrate the new Nintendo GameCube video game
console at an unveiling in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
NINTENDO ATTENDANTS DEMONSTRATE NEW NINTENDO GAME CUBE CONSOLE AT THE
UNVEILING IN TOKYO.
Nintendo attendants demonstrate the new Nintendo GameCube video game
console at an unveiling in Tokyo August 23, 2001. Japan's Nintendo Co
Ltd said on Thursday it will delay the U.S. debut of the GameCube
console by two weeks to ensure a smooth rollout, but stuck to its
target of shipping four million of the machines by March 31. The
world's second-largest home video-game maker Nintendo plans to launch
the GameCube in Japan on September 14, when it will ship 500,000 of the
machines.

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TECH VIDEO GAMES
RTRIFIR
May 17, 2001
Video game enthusiasst play games on Nintendo's new game console GameCube at the Electronic Entertainment...
Los Angeles, USA
VIDEO GAME ENTHUSIASTS AT NINTENDO GAMECUBE DISPLAY.
Video game enthusiasst play games on Nintendo's new game console GameCube at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles May 17, 2001. Game developers are in Los Angeles for the trade show where new games and systems are displayed. GameCube will be released in the United States November 2001.

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NINTENDO
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May 16, 2001
Shigeru Miyamoto, legendary game designer and Director of Nintendo Co., Ltd. displays the Japanese...
Los Angeles, USA
Shigeru Miyamoto, legendary game designer and Director of Nintendo Co., Ltd. displays the Japanese.....
Shigeru Miyamoto, legendary game designer and Director of Nintendo Co., Ltd. displays the Japanese company's latest 128-bit machine, the GameCube during a media preview May 16, 2001 in Los Angeles. GameCube will be available Fall 2001. Game developers are in Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo where new games and systems will be displayed May 16-19, 2001.
TECH NINTENDO GAME CUBE
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May 16, 2001
Shigeru Miyamoto, legendary game designer and Director of Nintendo Co., Ltd. displays the Japanese company's...
Los Angeles, USA
SHIGERU MIYAMOTO DISPLAYS NINTENDOS GAME CONSOLE GAMECUBE.
Shigeru Miyamoto, legendary game designer and Director of Nintendo Co., Ltd. displays the Japanese company's latest 128-bit machine, the GameCube during a media preview May 16, 2001 in Los Angeles. GameCube will be available Fall 2001. Game developers are in Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo where new games and systems will be displayed May 16-19, 2001.

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NINTENDO
RTXJWXV
August 24, 2000
Nintendo's Gamecube is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co...
Makuhari, Japan
Nintendo's Gamecube is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo .....
Nintendo's Gamecube is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co on Thursday became the last of Japan's big game machine makers to enter the hotly competitive market for next-generation consoles, with plans to start selling its Gamecube in Japan next July. [The Gamecube will use an IBM Corp microprocessor and will compete head-on with two advanced consoles already on the market: Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprises' Dreamcast. ]
NINTENDO
RTXJWXT
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.
NINTENDO
RTXJWXR
August 24, 2000
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August...
Makuhari, Japan
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari A.....
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co on Thursday became the last of Japan's big game machine makers to enter the competitive market for next-generation consoles, with plans to start selling its Gamecube in Japan next July. [The Gamecube will use an IBM Corp microprocessor and compete with Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprise Ltd's Dreamcast. ]
TECH NINTENDO
RTR7K8T
August 24, 2000
Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprises' Dreamcast.

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Makuhari, Japan
NINTENDO'S NEW GAMECUBE DISPLAYED IN MAKUHARI.
Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprises' Dreamcast.

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TECH NINTENDO
RTR7K7T
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
RTR7K7M
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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TECH NINTENDO
RTR7K7C
August 24, 2000
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August...
Makuhari, Japan
JAPANESE BOY GAZES AT NINTENDO GAMECUBE ON DISPLAY IN MAKUHARI.
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co on Thursday became the last of Japan's big game machine makers to enter the competitive market for next-generation consoles, with plans to start selling its Gamecube in Japan next July. The Gamecube will use an IBM Corp microprocessor and compete with Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprise Ltd's Dreamcast.

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