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Activision Blizzard Buys Budcat

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NOV. 10, 2008 • Activision Blizzard acquired Iowa City-based Budcat Creations, which had worked on Guitar Hero III: Legends off Rock for Nintendo platforms. The acquisition adds additional Wii and DS development expertise to the publisher’s in-house studios. …..
NOV. 10, 2008 • Activision Blizzard acquired Iowa City-based Budcat Creations, which had worked on Guitar Hero III: Legends off Rock for Nintendo platforms. The acquisition adds additional Wii and DS development expertise to the publisher’s in-house studios. …..
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Nintendo Profit Up to ¥650 Billion

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AUG. 30, 2008 • Nintendo Co. Ltd. lifted its profit forecast for the fiscal year ending March 31 from ¥530 billion ($5 billion) to ¥650 billion ($6.1 billion). The gamemaker sees total sales for the fiscal year to top ¥2 trillion. Impact:  The profit th…..
AUG. 30, 2008 • Nintendo Co. Ltd. lifted its profit forecast for the fiscal year ending March 31 from ¥530 billion ($5 billion) to ¥650 billion ($6.1 billion). The gamemaker sees total sales for the fiscal year to top ¥2 trillion. Impact:  The profit th…..
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Nintendo NEX Latin America 2008

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AUG. 21, 2008 • At Nintendo NEX Latin America 2008, a conference held in Playa Bonita, Panama, Nintendo vice president of sales and marketing Cammie Dunaway stated that Latin American sales are 50% higher than last year. The gamemaker says two top Latin American markets for Nintendo are Mexico and Brazil. Bill van Zyll, in charge of head of Nintendo’s Latin America business, told Reuters that the region’s video game market could be worth $2 billion this year. …..
AUG. 21, 2008 • At Nintendo NEX Latin America 2008, a conference held in Playa Bonita, Panama, Nintendo vice president of sales and marketing Cammie Dunaway stated that Latin American sales are 50% higher than last year. The gamemaker says two top Latin American markets for Nintendo are Mexico and Brazil. Bill van Zyll, in charge of head of Nintendo’s Latin America business, told Reuters that the region’s video game market could be worth $2 billion this year. …..
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