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Fire Emblem Heroes is now available

Nintendo's next big franchise game is now available on iOS. Get ready to battle!

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Nintendo's Fire Emblem Heroes coming to iOS on Feb. 2: Here's the trailer!

Nintendo's Fire Emblem series is coming to iPhone and iPad on February 2!

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Mamma Mia! Shigeru Miyamoto talks design and challenges of Super Mario Run

Legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto sat down with Vox and opened up about his philosophy behind game design.

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A Bluetooth controller fixes everything wrong with the NES Classic

For everything that's great about the NES Classic — and there's a lot that is really fun here — one glaring black mark remains. Or, rather, remained.

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How to add a Bluetooth controller to the NES Classic Edition

The NES Classic Edition controller cable is too short for comfort. You can fix that!

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Get your mini NES Classic Edition today on Amazon at 5PM ET

You can order the NES Classic Edition from Amazon today at 5PM ET, but it is expected to sell out in a flash, so get ready!

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Nintendo Switch shows they still don't get mobile gaming

The Nintendo Switch is an adventurous new gaming console, but conceptually flawed in a number of ways. They're still having a hard time figuring out how people play outside the home, it seems.

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Nintendo is thinking about making game controllers for smartphones and tablets

Nintendo executive Shinya Takahashi stated recently that it's possible the video game developer could create controllers for smartphones and tablets.

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Nintendo's upcoming Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem titles will be freemium games

Nintendo will release Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem on phones for free, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.

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Nintendo has Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem lined up for smartphones

Nintendo has announced that two franchises will be brought to smartphones. Both Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem were revealed during the company's earnings call.

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