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    Marketing Strategy for Nintendo Gamecube FEATURES OF APPENDIX ==================== § NINTENDO GAMECUBE BUYING GUIDE § A GAMES GUIDE TO THE CONSOLES § GAMES LEAFLET FROM EDGE MAGAZINE § GAMING JARGON BUSTER § PRESENTATION SLIDES USED IN THE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION § NOTES AND CUES USED IN THE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION § BLANK SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRE § SOME COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRES § EVIDENCE FOR E-MAIL CONTACT WITH THE SONY CORPORATE SITE § ARTICLE FROM THE BBC WEBSITE

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    system is better, Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, or Sony PlayStation 2? Which system is the better buy? These are just some of the questions people ask themselves when it comes to purchasing one of these systems. In my opinion, I believe that the “best buy” is the PlayStation 2. The PS2 offers a reasonably powerful processor, about 297MHz (Megahertz). It may seem a little bit on the sluggish side compared to the processor of Xbox, about 733MHz, and to the GameCube processor, about 485MHz. If you

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    Microsoft Xbox

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    In the console-gaming world people know Sony and Nintendo. Microsoft may be the largest and richest software company in the world, but it’s unknown when it comes to console gaming. Microsoft is counting on the Xbox to change that perception. Gamers may not be willing to take a chance with the Microsoft Xbox, even if it is far superior to any console ever made. Nintendo Gamecube is nothing if charismatic. Nintendo’s new machine is half the size of any other console and looks like a toy with its brightly

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    it at things and you push this 'A' button to make the fox shoot rockets at things and blow them up." Skyler begins to get really excited, laughing and shouting, "That's cool!" It did not take Skyler very long to become engulfed by Paul's Nintendo GameCube system to the point of being totally unaware of all the other children running around him. This scene quickly brought to my mind a question: Are video game systems good or bad for children within these age groups? A parent should get educated

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    my biophysics final project. I wanted to make my program at least slightly interesting and this summer program is practically full of gamers. I decided to benefit my peers and myself by making my final project a program revolving around the Nintendo Gamecube game, Super Smash Bros. Melee. Before I wrote my program I needed the statistics of the win percentages of computers when they play a specific character. Both computer players have one life and both of them are at level 9 difficulty, the highest

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    We all see numerous advertisements everyday and think nothing of them. Instead of reading through them we just look at them for what they are, maybe colorful, full of fun and catchy words or phrases, and pictures plastered on billboards, in magazines, newspapers, etc. From listening to my english instructor I realized that ads are advertising a lot more than they claim to be, especially ones about alcohol. In my essay about "false advertisements" I've elaborated on how ads about alcohol are sending

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    Microsoft XBox One Release

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    One would assume that society takes video game counsels and technology out of proportion in these modern times. In this article the Xbox One was released on November 22, 2013. During the release of the Xbox One, within the first twenty-four hours of it being released, over one million copies were sold. Microsoft considered it to be, “The biggest launch in Xbox history.” Many advantages were distributed in the Xbox one including the following: Skype, Internet Browsing, Music, Social Media, and the

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    Nintendo Case Study

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    Jordan Sizemore 12/11/2014 Final Exam Nintendo was a company that originally made playing card games but decided in the 1970’s to branch out into video games. Their first few video game systems did not have much to them and were overlooked. They finally got a leg up in the industry in 1985 when they introduced the Nintendo Entertainment System or NES to the market. While it was very successful because of its superior graphics when it became coupled with a certain plumber named Mario it became the

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    Pap

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    A company that goes back as far as 1889, Nintendo is considered to be the oldest video-game company in the world. Originally the company was creating card-games but from the 1960s to the present time, they ventured into numerous different businesses before finally landing in the lucrative video-game industry, which is where it would end up leaving its mark as one of the most influence gaming company in the world. Nintendo’s first shot into gaming was as the Japanese importer of the very first

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    Wii Would Like to Play

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    company, and ran competitors into the ground. Twelve years ago, Playstation stood no chance against the empire Nintendo built. Even when the Nintendo Wii entered market, Sony’s Playstation 3 and Microsoft’s Xbox360 initially lost profits while Nintendo raised millions (Kuchera). Nowadays, however, when comparing Nintendo to other gaming kings, the general public favors anything non-Nintendo. Some people attribute their profit loss to the rise of Apple and iPhone apps, others argue Nintendo’s products

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