Koreans Waggling Remotes with Nintendo

By Jorge Ba-oh 26.03.2008 3

With Nintendo expanding their products into previously uncharted regions, plans for Korea have been announced.

According to GoNintendo, Nintendo have confirmed that a conference will take place on April 14th at the ballroom of Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seoul.

Launch dates, line-up and more details are said to be announced at the event.

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That makes sense given the recent Korean trademark updates we reported on the other week. Considering how big the DS is over there now, it'll be interesting to see how the Wii takes off as well...

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jesusraz said:
That makes sense given the recent Korean trademark updates we reported on the other week. Considering how big the DS is over there now, it'll be interesting to see how the Wii takes off as well...

I sure it will - and I'm sure that'll go down well with ur missus Smilie

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She already loves my Wii Smilie and so do her Korean friends, and of course I laid some foundations with people over there when I visited last September...Nintendo should be thanking me! Smilie Smilie

( Edited 26.03.2008 15:18 by jesusraz )

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