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Get your kids off the sofa this summer

What's that lump on the sofa? Uh-oh. It's a teenager with no summer plans — unless you count playing Wii and texting. Here are some tips to help your children use the rest of the season constructively. Full story

Profits abound at Sony, Panasonic; Nintendo sinks

The recession is over for top Japanese electronics brands like Sony, Panasonic and Sharp, all of which charged back to black last quarter. But it may just be starting for Mario and the gang at Nintendo. Full story

Nintendo slumps to loss as game sales fade

Nintendo, maker of the Wii home console and DS handheld, slumped into the red last quarter as sales faded amid a strong yen and a lack of new game titles. Full story

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Nintendo gearing up for 3-D push

Gameworld: Motion games broaden uses beyond exercise

Nintendo names information services exec

Motion gaming review: Xbox vs. Wii vs. PS3

5 gaming trends from Electronic Entertainment Expo

Nintendo sees life yet in the Wii

Nintendo woos gamers with classics, 3-D

Game companies ready to show new ways to play

Nintendo to cut Japan prices of main DS models

EA brings NHL game to Wii

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  Nintendo Goes 3D

Nintendo is debuting its new mobile DSXL and 3DDS today at the E3 conference. CNBC's Jim Goldman has the details.

  Nintendo Wii's Makeover

Nintendo's Wii is getting a color change, with Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America Pres. & COO

  Wii need more games like this

"Red Steel 2" is a western samurai story that boasts some of the best gameplay you can find on the Wii system. Msnbc.com's Todd Kenreck gives it a 9 out of 10.

  Women WWII pilots receive medals

Congress honors female pilots who contributed to WII efforts with the Congressional Gold Medal. NBC's Tracie Potts reports.

  Wii grows up with more adult fare

Jan. 20: Games aimed at a more mature audience arrive for the popular Wii system. KNTV's Laurence Scott reports.

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Nintendo's Dragon Quest IX Experience at the WIRED Cafe - Day 1
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SAN DIEGO - JULY 22: Bill Trinen of Nintendo of America attends Day 1 of Nintendo's Dragon Quest IX Experience at the WIRED Cafe held at the Omni Hotel on July 22, 2010 in San Diego, California.