Grezzo Co, Ltd is a Japanese video game developer best known for their partnership with Nintendo, particularly for their involvement in the development and co-development of various The Legend of Zelda titles.
The World of Nintendo was a merchandise marketing program that Nintendo rolled out to major retailers to standardize how Nintendo products were being marketed and sold in retail outlets and department stores. The program featured a store within a store design which carried official Nintendo merchandise.
Nintendo Research & Development 2 commonly abbreviated as Nintendo R&D2 was a development group that was formed when Nintendo’s oldest video game development team Nintendo Research & Development split into several groups to expand their service offerings. This allowed each team to concentrate on creating and developing particular products and services.
Bayonetta 2 is an action hack and slash game developed by PlatinumGames and published by Nintendo exclusively for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch. The game is a direct sequel to PlatinumGames hit 2009 action game Bayonetta and was directed by Yusuke Hashimoto under the supervision of the series creator Hideki Kamiya.
Donkey Kong Cereal is a breakfast cereal that was based on the 1981 hit arcade game Donkey Kong. Produced by Ralston Purina the cereal was promoted as “crunchy barrels of fun for breakfast”. The cereal landed on store shelves in late 1982 making it the first video game branded breakfast cereal edging out the General Mills Pac-Man cereal which launched in 1983 by one year.
Project Sora was a Japanese video game development studio founded by former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata and former HAL Laboratory employee and founder of Sora Ltd, Masahiro Sakurai. The development studio was founded on January 22, 2009 after the successful launch of Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the Nintendo Wii, a project that Masahiro Sakurai and his company Sora Ltd was heavily involved with.
Brownie Brown is a Japanese video game developer that was founded on June 30, 2000 in Tokyo, Japan as a wholly owned subsidiary of Nintendo. On February 1, 2013 the company rebranded as part of an internal organizational restructure to better support co-development of Nintendo games that were being developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis & Development Division, commonly known as Nintendo EAD.
1-UP Studio is a Japanese video game developer that is owned by Nintendo. The company was originally founded on June 30, 2000 as Brownie Brown in Tokyo, Japan as a wholly owned subsidiary of Nintendo. On February 1, 2013 the company rebranded as part of an internal organizational restructure to better support co-development of Nintendo games that were being developed by Nintendo Entertainment Analysis & Development Division, commonly known as Nintendo EAD.