On Friday, shares of Nintendo Co of Japan climbed greater than twenty percent. That added $7.5 billion to its market value in a couple of days as hopes are hooked on boosted earnings which linger around higher sales of its new Pokemon GO videogame launched for smartphones.
On Monday, Nintendo shares spiked 23 percent at 0225 GMT at 19,960 yen during the heavy trading hours. Earlier they climbed to 20,190 yen, marking the highest since November 2015.
April 21, 2014, marked the 25th anniversary of Nintendo's Game Boy portable gaming system. Despite the fact that the Game Boy was discontinued years back, the device's legacy lives on among hordes of nostalgic Game Boy fans.
According to recent reports, medicals students perform better at surgeries after playing Nintendo Wii for one hour everyday for five days in a week for a month.
In a recent announcement made at the Nintendo Media Summit in San Francisco, the game-console maker revealed that the Nintendo DSi XL – the much-awaited updated version of its popular handheld gaming platform – will hit the US markets on March 28.
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