Nintendo of Europe GmbH

Moby ID: 6063

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European Nintendo publisher, also responsible for Africa and the Middle East.

Credited on 773 Games from 1990 to 2024

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Another Code: Recollection (2024 on Nintendo Switch)
Super Mario RPG (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
Detective Pikachu Returns (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
F-Zero 99 (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
Pikmin 4 (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
Everybody 1-2 Switch! (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
Pikmin 1+2 (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Collector's Edition) (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
Metroid Prime: Remastered (2023 on Nintendo Switch)
Bayonetta 3 (Trinity Masquerade Edition) (2022 on Nintendo Switch)
Live A Live (2022 on Windows, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch...)
Triangle Strategy (Tacticians's Limited Edition) (2022 on Nintendo Switch)
Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain (2021 on Nintendo Switch)
Game & Watch Color Screen: The Legend of Zelda (2021 on Dedicated handheld)
Shin Megami Tensei V (2021 on Nintendo Switch)
Metroid Dread (Special Edition) (2021 on Nintendo Switch)
WarioWare: Get It Together! (2021 on Nintendo Switch)
DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power (2021 on Nintendo Switch)
Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir & The Girl Who Stands Behind (2021 on Nintendo Switch)

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History +

May 31, 2023

The Nintendo eShop of its Russian subsidiary has been effectively wind down to a standstill, with customers not able to purchase new games (in Russian rubles or otherwise), create new accounts (with a country setting of Russia). Re-downloading previously bought games is still possible.

October 30, 2002

The Commission of the European Communities find Nintendo guilty as charged and Nintendo of Europe GmbH together with Nintendo Co., Ltd. have to pay a fine of ÔéČ149,128,000. (A transcription of the case can be found in this PDF document.)

April 25, 2000

After four years of investigation after a filed complaint from Omega Electro BV in 1996 against Nintendo Netherlands B.V. and Nintendo UK Ltd., the Commission of the European Communities opens a case against Nintendo of Europe, Nintendo Co., Ltd. and 12 European Nintendo distributors for blocking parallel trades and operating a resale price maintenance policy (and therefore violating the European Community treaty).

June 1990

Nintendo of Europe HQ was set up as a wholly owned subsidiary of Nintendo Co., Ltd., based in Gro├čostheim, Germany.

Trivia +

Company address (2007):

Nintendo of Europe GmbH

Nintendo Center

63760 Gro├čostheim

Germany

Tel.: +49-6026-9500

Fax: +49-6026-950301

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