Research Report

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Nintendo has been a video game company that has revolutionized video games for years. It has been a mascot for all video game companies. There are still some things that people don’t know about this company. They were the things that brought Nintendo to where it is today.

Back in the 1890s Nintendo was born. Of course it was just a card company. It was ruled by many people. It had a very big market in Japan. Due to its popularity lots of people actually liked the company. With it only selling n Japan it still made a profit. As I said how it was ruled by many people. I meant that many people ruled it, but they all got old or even died. Than that is when the main ruler came in that ruled our company until 2013. This person name had been Hiroshi Yamauchi. This man kept the company on track. He made it were Nintendo was the first company to produce cards out of plastic. They even struck a deal with Disney. Sadly they had to use a small office. After they made their contact with Disney they sold lots of cards. The company than saw how well the toy companies were doing. They knew that the card sells weren’t as good as they had been in the past. This made them hire a man name Gunpei Yokoi as a toy maker.

Their first few months as a toy company didn’t have much success do to the publicity of other companies such as Bandai and Tomy. That didn’t stop them from making their most popular toy called the Nintendo Ultra Hand. This toy sold tons. The concept of this toy was so simple yet so well thought of. Children everywhere in Japan were buying this toy. They didn’t stop at the Ultra Hand either. They made another toy called the Love Tester. It was all because of Gunpei Yokoi. He was a great toy maker for Nintendo. Even with so much Success Nintendo changed once more for the better. They noticed how much money the video game companies had been getting. They yet again hired another person. Shigeru Miyamoto had been his name.

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