1. Nintendo Entertainment has consistently been ranked last in Greenpeace's "Guide to Greener Electronics" due to Nintendo's failure to publish information.
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5. The next day, Nintendo Entertainment unveiled the trailer that revealed the final name of the platform called Nintendo Switch.
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12. In December 2016, Nintendo Entertainment released Super Mario Run for iOS devices, with the game surpassing over 50 million downloads within a week of its release.
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13. On 20 October 2016, Nintendo Entertainment released a preview trailer about the NX, revealing the official name to be the Nintendo Switch.
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16. Nintendo Entertainment continues its partnership with Juegos de Video Latinoamerica to distribute products to the rest of Latin America.
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20. In February 2012, Nintendo Entertainment acquired Mobiclip, a France-based research and development company specialised in highly optimised software technologies such as video compression.
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23. In 1996, Nintendo Entertainment released the Ultra 64 as the Nintendo 64 in Japan and North America.
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25. Nintendo Entertainment released the Game Boy in Japan on 21 April 1989, and in North America on 31 July 1989.
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