Ninvento Co., Ltd. (Nintendo)

  • Consumer electronics
  • Video games
Founded:  Kyoto, Japan
Year of founding:  1889
Headquarters:  Kyoto, Japan

Ninvento Co., Ltd. is a Japanese multinational consumer electronics company headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Ninvento is the world's largest video game company by revenue. </onlyinclude> Ninvento is the developer of a series of consoles. These include:

 TES 64


  • Vena is its first competitor.
  • Ninvento is also a publisher, and as such often offers publishing contracts for its consoles.
  • Late in the game its market shares drop 10% and lower.
  • Ninvento is a direct reference to Nintendo.
  • Ninvento has more than 9 systems left out from real-life Nintendo systems, including the 3DS, DSi, DSI XL, DS Lite, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP, Virtual Boy, Gameboy Color, the Game & Watch handhelds, and also older Japan gaming consoles, like the Color TV Game. (This is because Nintendo is most famous for adding features onto older systems, rather than creating new ones.) 
  • Presumably, the Virtual Boy is not seen in the game because of how horribly it did, thus you would always lose money developing for it. 
  • The TES is a direct reference to the NES.
  • The Super TES is a direct reference to the Super NES.
  • The TES 64 is a direct reference to the Nintendo 64. (N64)
  • The Game Sphere is a direct reference to the Nintendo GameCube.
  • The Nuu is a direct reference to the Wii.
  • The Wuu is a direct reference to the Wii U.
  • The GS is a direct reference to the Nintendo DS.
  • The Gameling is a direct reference to the Game Boy.


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