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Nintendo Co., Ltd. (Japanese: 任天堂株式会社 Nintendō Kabushiki gaisha) is a multinational video-game company from Kyoto, Japan, which was founded in 1889 and started off producing playing cards. During the latter half of the 20th century it started getting more and more involved in the video game industry. In 1977, 5 years before the birth of Chris, Nintendo brought out its first gaming console. It is now one of 3 chief competitors on this market, along with Microsoft and Sony.
Nintendo and Chris
Chris currently owns several Nintendo consoles, as well as a shitload of games for them. For a long time (before the PS3 came along), Animal Crossing was the biggest game in his life and he made the hour-long Animal Crossing Documentary in which he would tell Nintendo about his many personal problems and how much he hated the Sony PlayStation. It still remains his longest video to date.
During the early epic Miyamoto Saga in 2008-2009, Chris was trolled by Clyde Cash impersonating various Nintendo officials, including Shigeru Miyamoto, Takashi Tezuka, Reggie Fils-Aimé and the Nintendo lawyer Jay Z.
On 10 January 2015, Chris posted on his FIX SONIC'S ARMS IMMEDIATELY, SEGA!!! group that he will permaban anybody who talks about Mario on the group, especially after the weening that occurred on the page, mentioning that "The Sonic Team definitely kicks the Plumbers' butts".
In the comic
Wiimote of Fail
The Wii Remote of Fail is the result of Chris taking it upon himself to paint custom Sonichu colors on his Wii Remote and Nunchuk during an autistic epiphany. He thought that "Mr. Mayamoto-san" of Nintendo would like to see these, so he then showed them off to the world in his YouTube video CWC to Mr. Miyamoto.
It made a cameo appearance as a go-kart in ModNation Racers. First as a pre-made casket car that Chris simply called a Wiimote, he would then recolor it with his own personal touch just like so many other things.
|Gallery of Chris's own Nintendo merchandise|
- Appeal to Nintendo in Redmond
- Club Nintendo
- Gregg Mays e-mails
- Homemade Nintendo Power magazine
- Nintendo e-mails
- Nintendo of America
- Wii Incident