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Nintendo has been steadily moving forward with its plans to extend beyond the realm of video games. The company is currently partnering with Universal to produce Nintendo attractions for Universal Studios Japan and, as we learned yesterday, it is currently in talks with a partner with which to make movies together. Though it was safe to assume that Nintendo would make use of its popular IP in these ventures, the company did us favor during last night's investor meeting by confirming that Nintendo IP would in fact be utilized in "theme parks, character goods, and film contents"...

We're tipping our caps to our favorite current handheld, the 3DS, as it surpasses 60 million units sold worldwide...

During Nintendo's 76th Annual Meeting of Shareholders, there was a question asked about the possibility of Nintendo jumping into the virtual reality trend that has been popping up in other video game companies. Unfortunately, the answer that was given by Tatsumi Kimishima, President of Nintendo, could be disappointing to some fans...

There are a lot of debates surrounding motion controls in the Zelda franchise. In the middle of these debates stands this question: Are they a good idea or do they ruin the game experience? MatPat from Game Theory enlisted the president of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aime, to try and find a verdict to this debate. Both sides make some very good arguments, but at the end no verdict is given...

We recently discussed a new 3DS theme available for download. The theme features artwork of Link from Twilight Princess and has a simple color scheme that is overall pleasing to the eye. If you are skeptical about cashing your precious points, check out the video above for an in-depth look into how the theme works and looks on the 3DS...

Included in a bunch of nuggets of information from the Nintendo Investor's Meeting was a bit of information on the release of the NX. Whereas Nintendo has been notorious for having multiple release dates...

Nintendo is known for the quality of their products. Typically, many companies automate the assembling of their products. However, Nintendo tends to rely on hand-making some of their products, such as their amiibos. This is to ensure quality, although this does not always work...

A few months back, Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima shared that the company was considering a venture in the film industry. While he did not announce anything official, he did admit that he hoped Nintendo would have its first film ready within two to three years. Well, Kimishima and Nintendo have not swayed from this dream as revealed during today's Nintendo shareholder meeting. Kimishima shared that Nintendo is currently in talks with an external partner in order to work on films together...

Nintendo's plans to release 5 smartphone apps by March 2017 are still in place, as confirmed in their shareholder's meeting in Japan. We know of three right now — one of course is the already-released Miitomo. The other two are based on Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing.

As for the other pair of apps, Nintendo has not talked about what IP they will be using...

Nintendo's decision to withhold NX info from E3 and showcase Breath of the Wild definitely made headlines, and many expected the company to show it off during the expo. Shigeru Miyamoto has offered an explanation as to why they did this...