Nintendo NX To Be Released In 2016, Major Announcements On The Way

The Nintendo NX, the next gaming console by Nintendo, is set to mark a new chapter in the history of the company. Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima has shared Nintendo’s plans for 2016, and the company is preparing to have multiple releases this year.

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The announcement comes from The Express (via Mainichi), and Kimishima claims that Nintendo fans will be surprised by the announcements coming in 2016. He said that Nintendo is planning something big for mobile devices as the company is launching a major mobile application in March. The mobile app will be a big business model that will be used to offer content to gamers.

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Without revealing all the information, Kimishima said that the company will expand into movies, anime series and theme parks. Dr. Serkan Toto, a game industry consultant, translated the interview in his Twitter account. In the interview, Kimishima said that Nintendo wants to surprise fans with something new and unique. Nintendo reportedly doesn’t want to incorporate old ideas in its next gaming console, NX. Instead, the company wants to build something new.

While talking about Nintendo’s plans for 2016, Kimishima also said that the company’s theme park and smartphone initiatives are doing great as they are still underway, but it was revealed that the company also hopes to license Nintendo IP to movies and anime. Fans have been speculating on a “Super Mario Bros.” movie, but the executive has not revealed any such plan.

Nintendo has also not disclosed any detail about the price of the upcoming Nintendo NX. The titles which will be available at the time of NX launch are also still a mystery.

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Nintendo officials previously clarified that the Nintendo NX will not kick out the Wii U and 3DS and that the company will keep supporting such devices. Both Nintendo Wii U and 3DS will receive more content this year, including the highly anticipated “Zelda” open-world experience.

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Activision is being sued over Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 character

“Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” is one of the most-played games published by Activision Blizzard. Despite being a popular game for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and Windows PC, “Black Ops 2” from the “Call of Duty” franchise has become a source of controversies. The family of an Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi recently sued Activision Blizzard for unflattering portrayal of the character.

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A report in The Guardian confirms that the three children of Savimbi are seeking €1 million for damages from Activision Blizzard. According to the children, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” portrays Savimbi as a barbarian, and the trio has sued the French division of Activision Blizzard. The family’s lawyer Carole Enfert claims that the game depicts Savimbi as a “big halfwit who wants to kill everybody.”

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Savimbi was responsible for a revolution against the Angolan government. The man fought against the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) party. He died in 2002 in a battle against the government forces.

Although popular for his work, Savimbi was a controversial figure. The civil war left more than 500,000 dead, and several million people lost their homes. However, Activision Blizzard’s lawyer Etienne Kowalski said that Savimbi is actually a good guy in the game, and he is portrayed as a guerrilla chief who fought against the MPLA.

Those who have played “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” probably remember the first story mission of the game in which the player assists Savimbi in the battle against the MLPA. In the mission, the character can be seen shouting, “Fight, my brothers,” leading a troop along with a grenade launcher.

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Meanwhile, this is not the first time Activision Blizzard has faced legal controversies for “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.” A report from Gamespot says that Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega also tried to sue the company in 2014. He claimed that his name and likeliness was used by Activision without his permission. The publisher hired former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani for the case, which was “ultimately dismissed.”

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Nintendo NX To Be Released In 2016, Major Announcements On The Way

The Nintendo NX, the next gaming console by Nintendo, is set to mark a new chapter in the history of the company. Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima has shared Nintendo’s plans for 2016, and the company is preparing to have multiple releases this year.

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The announcement comes from The Express (via Mainichi), and Kimishima claims that Nintendo fans will be surprised by the announcements coming in 2016. He said that Nintendo is planning something big for mobile devices as the company is launching a major mobile application in March. The mobile app will be a big business model that will be used to offer content to gamers.

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Without revealing all the information, Kimishima said that the company will expand into movies, anime series and theme parks. Dr. Serkan Toto, a game industry consultant, translated the interview in his Twitter account. In the interview, Kimishima said that Nintendo wants to surprise fans with something new and unique. Nintendo reportedly doesn’t want to incorporate old ideas in its next gaming console, NX. Instead, the company wants to build something new.

While talking about Nintendo’s plans for 2016, Kimishima also said that the company’s theme park and smartphone initiatives are doing great as they are still underway, but it was revealed that the company also hopes to license Nintendo IP to movies and anime. Fans have been speculating on a “Super Mario Bros.” movie, but the executive has not revealed any such plan.

Nintendo has also not disclosed any detail about the price of the upcoming Nintendo NX. The titles which will be available at the time of NX launch are also still a mystery.

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Nintendo officials previously clarified that the Nintendo NX will not kick out the Wii U and 3DS and that the company will keep supporting such devices. Both Nintendo Wii U and 3DS will receive more content this year, including the highly anticipated “Zelda” open-world experience.

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Activision is being sued over Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 character

“Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” is one of the most-played games published by Activision Blizzard. Despite being a popular game for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and Windows PC, “Black Ops 2” from the “Call of Duty” franchise has become a source of controversies. The family of an Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi recently sued Activision Blizzard for unflattering portrayal of the character.

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A report in The Guardian confirms that the three children of Savimbi are seeking €1 million for damages from Activision Blizzard. According to the children, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” portrays Savimbi as a barbarian, and the trio has sued the French division of Activision Blizzard. The family’s lawyer Carole Enfert claims that the game depicts Savimbi as a “big halfwit who wants to kill everybody.”

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Savimbi was responsible for a revolution against the Angolan government. The man fought against the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) party. He died in 2002 in a battle against the government forces.

Although popular for his work, Savimbi was a controversial figure. The civil war left more than 500,000 dead, and several million people lost their homes. However, Activision Blizzard’s lawyer Etienne Kowalski said that Savimbi is actually a good guy in the game, and he is portrayed as a guerrilla chief who fought against the MPLA.

Those who have played “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” probably remember the first story mission of the game in which the player assists Savimbi in the battle against the MLPA. In the mission, the character can be seen shouting, “Fight, my brothers,” leading a troop along with a grenade launcher.

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Meanwhile, this is not the first time Activision Blizzard has faced legal controversies for “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.” A report from Gamespot says that Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega also tried to sue the company in 2014. He claimed that his name and likeliness was used by Activision without his permission. The publisher hired former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani for the case, which was “ultimately dismissed.”

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Nintendo NX To Be Released In 2016, Major Announcements On The Way

The Nintendo NX, the next gaming console by Nintendo, is set to mark a new chapter in the history of the company. Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima has shared Nintendo’s plans for 2016, and the company is preparing to have multiple releases this year.

Advertisement

The announcement comes from The Express (via Mainichi), and Kimishima claims that Nintendo fans will be surprised by the announcements coming in 2016. He said that Nintendo is planning something big for mobile devices as the company is launching a major mobile application in March. The mobile app will be a big business model that will be used to offer content to gamers.

Advertisement

Without revealing all the information, Kimishima said that the company will expand into movies, anime series and theme parks. Dr. Serkan Toto, a game industry consultant, translated the interview in his Twitter account. In the interview, Kimishima said that Nintendo wants to surprise fans with something new and unique. Nintendo reportedly doesn’t want to incorporate old ideas in its next gaming console, NX. Instead, the company wants to build something new.

While talking about Nintendo’s plans for 2016, Kimishima also said that the company’s theme park and smartphone initiatives are doing great as they are still underway, but it was revealed that the company also hopes to license Nintendo IP to movies and anime. Fans have been speculating on a “Super Mario Bros.” movie, but the executive has not revealed any such plan.

Nintendo has also not disclosed any detail about the price of the upcoming Nintendo NX. The titles which will be available at the time of NX launch are also still a mystery.

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Nintendo officials previously clarified that the Nintendo NX will not kick out the Wii U and 3DS and that the company will keep supporting such devices. Both Nintendo Wii U and 3DS will receive more content this year, including the highly anticipated “Zelda” open-world experience.

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Activision is being sued over Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 character

“Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” is one of the most-played games published by Activision Blizzard. Despite being a popular game for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and Windows PC, “Black Ops 2” from the “Call of Duty” franchise has become a source of controversies. The family of an Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi recently sued Activision Blizzard for unflattering portrayal of the character.

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A report in The Guardian confirms that the three children of Savimbi are seeking €1 million for damages from Activision Blizzard. According to the children, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” portrays Savimbi as a barbarian, and the trio has sued the French division of Activision Blizzard. The family’s lawyer Carole Enfert claims that the game depicts Savimbi as a “big halfwit who wants to kill everybody.”

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Savimbi was responsible for a revolution against the Angolan government. The man fought against the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) party. He died in 2002 in a battle against the government forces.

Although popular for his work, Savimbi was a controversial figure. The civil war left more than 500,000 dead, and several million people lost their homes. However, Activision Blizzard’s lawyer Etienne Kowalski said that Savimbi is actually a good guy in the game, and he is portrayed as a guerrilla chief who fought against the MPLA.

Those who have played “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” probably remember the first story mission of the game in which the player assists Savimbi in the battle against the MLPA. In the mission, the character can be seen shouting, “Fight, my brothers,” leading a troop along with a grenade launcher.

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Meanwhile, this is not the first time Activision Blizzard has faced legal controversies for “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.” A report from Gamespot says that Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega also tried to sue the company in 2014. He claimed that his name and likeliness was used by Activision without his permission. The publisher hired former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani for the case, which was “ultimately dismissed.”

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Nintendo NX To Be Released In 2016, Major Announcements On The Way

The Nintendo NX, the next gaming console by Nintendo, is set to mark a new chapter in the history of the company. Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima has shared Nintendo’s plans for 2016, and the company is preparing to have multiple releases this year.

Advertisement

The announcement comes from The Express (via Mainichi), and Kimishima claims that Nintendo fans will be surprised by the announcements coming in 2016. He said that Nintendo is planning something big for mobile devices as the company is launching a major mobile application in March. The mobile app will be a big business model that will be used to offer content to gamers.

Advertisement

Without revealing all the information, Kimishima said that the company will expand into movies, anime series and theme parks. Dr. Serkan Toto, a game industry consultant, translated the interview in his Twitter account. In the interview, Kimishima said that Nintendo wants to surprise fans with something new and unique. Nintendo reportedly doesn’t want to incorporate old ideas in its next gaming console, NX. Instead, the company wants to build something new.

While talking about Nintendo’s plans for 2016, Kimishima also said that the company’s theme park and smartphone initiatives are doing great as they are still underway, but it was revealed that the company also hopes to license Nintendo IP to movies and anime. Fans have been speculating on a “Super Mario Bros.” movie, but the executive has not revealed any such plan.

Nintendo has also not disclosed any detail about the price of the upcoming Nintendo NX. The titles which will be available at the time of NX launch are also still a mystery.

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Nintendo officials previously clarified that the Nintendo NX will not kick out the Wii U and 3DS and that the company will keep supporting such devices. Both Nintendo Wii U and 3DS will receive more content this year, including the highly anticipated “Zelda” open-world experience.

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Activision is being sued over Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 character

“Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” is one of the most-played games published by Activision Blizzard. Despite being a popular game for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and Windows PC, “Black Ops 2” from the “Call of Duty” franchise has become a source of controversies. The family of an Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi recently sued Activision Blizzard for unflattering portrayal of the character.

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A report in The Guardian confirms that the three children of Savimbi are seeking €1 million for damages from Activision Blizzard. According to the children, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” portrays Savimbi as a barbarian, and the trio has sued the French division of Activision Blizzard. The family’s lawyer Carole Enfert claims that the game depicts Savimbi as a “big halfwit who wants to kill everybody.”

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Savimbi was responsible for a revolution against the Angolan government. The man fought against the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) party. He died in 2002 in a battle against the government forces.

Although popular for his work, Savimbi was a controversial figure. The civil war left more than 500,000 dead, and several million people lost their homes. However, Activision Blizzard’s lawyer Etienne Kowalski said that Savimbi is actually a good guy in the game, and he is portrayed as a guerrilla chief who fought against the MPLA.

Those who have played “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” probably remember the first story mission of the game in which the player assists Savimbi in the battle against the MLPA. In the mission, the character can be seen shouting, “Fight, my brothers,” leading a troop along with a grenade launcher.

Advertisement

Meanwhile, this is not the first time Activision Blizzard has faced legal controversies for “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.” A report from Gamespot says that Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega also tried to sue the company in 2014. He claimed that his name and likeliness was used by Activision without his permission. The publisher hired former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani for the case, which was “ultimately dismissed.”

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