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1977–2002[edit]

Nintendo R&D1[edit]

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R&D1 was the first game division at Nintendo.


1977–2002[edit]

Nintendo R&D2[edit]

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Main systems research team who also ported several arcade games to the Famicom
  • This group mainly concentrated on hardware technology and system operating tools. Masayuki Uemura was hired away from Sharp Corporation where he specialized in solar cell technology. The solar technology fueled the original bean gun games which Nintendo introduced to huge success. The team would go on to develop several peripherals and eventually even some video game software. The team generally assisted Nintendo R&D1 and Nintendo R&D3 with their arcade games, but they also became the first team to specialize in software ports at Nintendo with the task of porting all the original arcade titles like Donkey Kong, Mario Bros, and Popeye to the Famicom.[1]


1975–1996[edit]

Nintendo R&D3[edit]

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Developers of the Punch-Out and Star Tropics series.


1983-1989[edit]

Nintendo R&D4[edit]

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The office of Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda
  • With the worldwide success of Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. in the arcades, Nintendo decided to surround it's newest software development team around star designer Shigeru Miyamoto. The relatively young team began working on a couple of new projects exclusively for the Famicom. The success of Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda propelled the sales and notoriety of the Nintendo brand into a household name. The division has evolved into the premier and biggest R&D group at Nintendo, and possibly within the game industry.


1987-1989[edit]

Nintendo Tokyo Research & Development Products[edit]

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Only developed Mother before being disbanded.
  • In the early 1980's, Nintendo planned to expand software R&D into the Tokyo manufacturing branch building to operate alongside its overcrowded Kyoto headquarters. The initial plans became delayed and shortly after the development of the original Mother, the group ceased development.


1989-1996[edit]

Nintendo Special-Projects Group[edit]

Nintendo Software Development & Design[edit]

Special Development Teams[edit]

Project M[edit]

thumb|right|200px|The new vision of Metroid.


Project Sora[edit]

thumb|right|200px|A new project from the Smash Bros. team.




Software Discography[edit]

Name Origin Year Developer Producer Director Music Program
Donkey Kong NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Yukio Kaneoka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Donkey Kong Jr. NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Yukio Kaneoka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Popeye NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Yukio Kaneoka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Mahjong NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
N/A
(Nintendo)
Yukio Kaneoka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Mario Bros. NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Popeye's English Game
Popeye no Eigo Asobi
NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Yukio Kaneoka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Donkey Kong Jr. Math NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Yukio Kaneoka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Donkey Kong 3 NES ©1983 Nintendo R&D2
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Clu Clu Land NES ©1984 Nintendo R&D1
N/A
(Nintendo)
N/A
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Devil World NES ©1984 Nintendo EAD
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Excitebike NES ©1984 Nintendo EAD
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Vs. Excitebike Arcade ©1984 Nintendo EAD
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Kenji Miki
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Vs. Balloon Fight Arcade ©1984 Nintendo R&D1
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Yoshio Sakamoto
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Balloon Fight NES ©1985 Nintendo R&D1

HAL Laboratory

Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Yoshio Sakamoto
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Satoru Iwata
(HAL Laboratory)
Ice Climber NES ©1985 Nintendo EAD
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Kenji Miki
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Kazuaki Morita
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Bros. NES ©1986 Nintendo EAD
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda NES ©1986 Nintendo EAD
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Metroid NES ©1986 Nintendo R&D1
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Masao Yamamoto
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Famicom Folk Tale: Island of Oni NES ©1987 Nintendo EAD
Pax Softnica
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Tatsuya Hishida
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Tomoshige Hashishita
(Pax Softnica)
Dream Factory: Nervous Panic
Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic
NES ©1987 Nintendo EAD
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Kensuke Tanabe
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Riddle of Murasame Castle NES ©1986 Nintendo EAD
Pax Softnica
Keizo Kato
(Nintendo)
Minoru Maeda
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Aki Hashimoto
(PaxSoftNica)
Famicom Wars NES ©1988 Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Kentaro Nishimura
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Toru Narihiro
(Intelligent Systems)
Zelda 2: Adventure of Link NES ©1988 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Tadashi Sugiyama
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Kazuaki Morita
(Nintendo)
Famicom Grand Prix 2: 3D Hot Rally NES ©1988 Nintendo EAD
HAL Laboratory
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Kazunobu Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Soyo Oka
(Nintendo)
Miya Aoki
(HAL Laboratory)
Super Mario Bros. 3 NES ©1988 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Land GB ©1989 Nintendo R&D1
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Satoru Okada
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Takahiro Harada
(Nintendo)
Famicom Folk Tale: Brave Spirit NES ©1989 Nintendo EAD
Pax Softnica
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Tatsuya Hishida
(Nintendo)
Soyo Oka
(Nintendo)
Tomoshige Hashishita
(Pax Softnica)
Earthbound Zero NES ©1989 Ape
Nintendo Tokyo R&D
Pax Softnica
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Shigesato Itoi
(Ape)
Akio Ohmori
(Nintendo)
Kazuya Nakatani
(Nintendo)
Fire Emblem NES ©1990 Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Keisuke Terasaki
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Masaru Tani
(Intelligent Systems)
Super Mario World SNES ©1990 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Pilotwings SNES ©1990 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Tadashi Sugiyama
(Nintendo)
Soyo Oka
(Nintendo)
Shuhei Kato
(Nintendo)
F-Zero SNES ©1990 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Kazunobu Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Yukio Kaneoka
(Nintendo)
Yasunari Nishida
(Nintendo)
NES Open Tournament Golf NES ©1991 Nintendo R&D2
HAL Laboratory
Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Kenji Miki
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Akio Hanyu
(HAL Laboratory)
Time Twist NES ©1991 Pax Softnica
Nintendo EAD
Tatsuya Hishida
(Nintendo)
Keiji Terui
(Pax Softnica)
Hajime Hirasawa
(Nintendo)
Tomoshige Hashishita
(Pax Softnica)
Sim City SNES ©1991 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Hideki Konno
(Nintendo)
Soyo Oka
(Nintendo)
N/A
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past SNES ©1991 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Metroid 2: Return of Samus NES ©1992 Nintendo R&D1
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Hiroji Kiyotake
(Nintendo)
Ryoji Yoshitomi
(Nintendo)
Takahiro Harada
(Nintendo)
Mario Paint SNES ©1992 Nintendo R&D1
Jupiter Corp
Intelligent Systems
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Hirofumi Matsuoka
(Nintendo)
Hirokazu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Noriaki Teramoto
(Jupiter Corp)
Fire Emblem Gaiden NES ©1992 Intelligent Systems Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Shouzou Kaga
(Intelligent Systems)
Yuka Tsujiyoko
(Intelligent Systems)
Masayuki Imanishi
(Intelligent Systems)
Joy Mecha Fight NES ©1993 Nintendo EAD
Nintendo Game Seminar
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Koichi Hayashida
(Nintendo)
Hideaki Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Koichi Hayashida
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Kart SNES ©1993 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Tadashi Sugiyama
(Nintendo)
Soyo Oka
(Nintendo)
Masato Kimura
(Nintendo)
Super Scope 6 SNES ©1992 Nintendo R&D1 Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Masao Yamamoto
(Nintendo)
N/A
(Nintendo)
N/A
(Nintendo)
Battle Clash SNES ©1992 Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Makoto Kanoh
(Nintendo)
Yuka Tsujiyoko
(Intelligent Systems)
Tohru Narihiro
(Intelligent Systems)
Super Mario All-Stars SNES ©1993 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Soyo Oka
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Metal Combat: Falcon's Revenge SNES ©1993 Intelligent Systems Gunpei Yokoi
(Nintendo)
Toshitaka Muramatsu
(Intelligent Systems)
Yuka Tsujiyoko
(Intelligent Systems)
Toshihiro Nishii
(Intelligent Systems)
Star Fox SNES ©1993 Nintendo EAD
Argonaut
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Katsuya Eguchi
(Nintendo)
Hajime Hirasawa
(Nintendo)
Dylan Cuthbert
(Argonaut)
Vegas Stakes SNES ©1993 Dice
HAL Laboratory
Akihiro Saito
(Dice)
Takashi Ambe
(Dice)
Jun Mukai
(Dice)
Kimitaka Matsumae
(Dice)
Super Metroid NES ©1994 Nintendo R&D1
Intelligent Systems
Makoto Kanoh
(Nintendo)
Yoshio Sakamoto
(Nintendo)
Kenji Yamamoto
(Nintendo)
Kenji Imai
(Nintendo)
Marvelous: Another Treasure Island SNES ©1996 Nintendo R&D2 Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Eiji Aonuma
(Nintendo)
Yuichi Ozaki
(Nintendo)
Yasunari Soejima
(Nintendo)
Super Mario 64 N64 ©1996 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Yasunari Nishida
(Nintendo)
Pilotwings 64 N64 ©1996 Nintendo EAD
Paradigm
Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Makoto Wada
(Nintendo)
Akito Nakatsuka
(Nintendo)
Mike Engeldinger
(Paradigm)
Mario Kart 64 N64 ©1996 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Hideki Konno
(Nintendo)
Kenta Nagata
(Nintendo)
Masato Kimura
(Nintendo)
Star Fox 64 N64 ©1997 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Takao Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Hajime Wakai
(Nintendo)
Kazuaki Morita
(Nintendo)
Yoshi's Story N64 ©1997 Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Hideki Konno
(Nintendo)
Kazumi Totaka
(Nintendo)
Masaru Nii
(Nintendo)
Pokemon Stadium N64 ©1997 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Takao Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Kenta Nagata
(Nintendo)
Yasunari Nishida
(Nintendo)
Shigesato Itoi's No. 1 Bass Fishing 64 N64 ©1997 Dice
HAL Laboratory
Satoshi Yamato
(Nintendo)
Akihiro Saito
(Dice)
Tadashi Ikegami
(HAL Laboratory)
Akio Takaguchi
(Dice)
1080 Snowboarding N64 ©1998 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Masamichi Abe
(Nintendo)
Kenta Nagata
(Nintendo)
Giles Goddard
(Nintendo)
F-Zero X N64 ©1998 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Tadashi Sugiyama
(Nintendo)
Taro Bando
(Nintendo)
Keizo Ohta
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time N64 ©1998 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Eiji Aonuma
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshio Iwawaki
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX GBC ©1999 Nintendo R&D2 Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Yoshinori Tsuchiyama
(Nintendo)
Yuichi Ozaki
(Nintendo)
Eiji Noto
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe GBC ©1999 Nintendo R&D2 Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Toshiaki Suzuki
(Nintendo)
Yuichi Ozaki
(Nintendo)
Tatsuo Nishiyama
(Nintendo)
Mario Artist: Paint Studio N64 ©1999 Nintendo EAD
Software Creations
Takao Sawano
(Nintendo)
Hirofumi Matsuoka
(Nintendo)
Kazumi Totaka
(Nintendo)
Chris Shay
(Software Creations)
F-Zero Xpansion Kit N64 ©1999 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Tadashi Sugiyama
(Nintendo)
Taro Bando
(Nintendo)
Keizo Ohta
(Nintendo)
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble GBC ©1999 Nintendo R&D2 Masayuki Uemura
(Nintendo)
Toshiaki Suzuki
(Nintendo)
Takuya Maekawa
(Nintendo)
Shigehiro Kasamatsu
(Nintendo)
Mario Artist: Talent Studio N64 ©2000 Nintendo EAD Takao Sawano
(Nintendo)
Hiroyuki Kimura
(Nintendo)
Kazumi Totaka
(Nintendo)
Takashi Endo
(Nintendo)
Mario Artist: Polygon Studio N64 ©2000 Nintendo EAD
Nichimen Graphics
Takao Sawano
(Nintendo)
Hirofumi Matsuoka
(Nintendo)
Kazumi Totaka
(Nintendo)
Naoya Nishiyama
(Nintendo)
Mario Artist: Communication Studio N64 ©2000 Nintendo EAD Takao Sawano
(Nintendo)
Kazunobu Eri
(Nintendo)
Hideaki Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Hiroto Yada
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask N64 ©2000 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Eiji Aonuma
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Advance GBA ©2001 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Toshiaki Suzuki
(Nintendo)
Masami Yone
(Nintendo)
Shigehiro Kasamatsu
(Nintendo)
Yakuman Advance GBA ©2001 Nd Cube Takehiro Izushi
(Nintendo)
Miharahumi Takatsugu
(Nd Cube)
Kenichiro Iwasaki
(Nd Cube)
Masaaki Umekawa
(Nd Cube)
Luigi's Mansion GCN ©2001 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Hideki Konno
(Nintendo)
Shinobu Tanaka
(Nintendo)
Yoshitaka Ajioka
(Nintendo)
Wave Race: Blue Storm GCN ©2001 Nintendo Software Tech Shigeki Yamashiro
(Nintendo)
Josh Atkins
(Nintendo)
Lawrence Schwedler
(Nintendo)
Prasanna Ghali
(Nintendo)
Pikmin GCN ©2001 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Masamichi Abe
(Nintendo)
Hajime Wakai
(Nintendo)
Colin Reed
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Advance 2 GBA ©2001 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Hiroyuki Kimura
(Nintendo)
Yasushi Ida
(Nintendo)
Yasunari Soejima
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Advance 3 GBA ©2002 Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Hiroyuki Kimura
(Nintendo)
Taiju Suzuki
(Nintendo)
Tatsuo Nishiyama
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Sunshine GCN ©2002 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Yoshiaki Koizumi
(Nintendo)
Koji Kondo
(Nintendo)
Koichi Hayashida
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker GCN ©2002 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Eiji Aonuma
(Nintendo)
Kenta Nagata
(Nintendo)
Toshio Iwawaki
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Advance 4 GBA ©2003 Nintendo EAD Takashi Tezuka
(Nintendo)
Hiroyuki Kimura
(Nintendo)
Taiju Suzuki
(Nintendo)
Eiji Noto
(Nintendo)
Super Mario 64 DS NDS ©2004 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Shinichi Ikematsu
(Nintendo)
Kenta Nagata
(Nintendo)
Toshihiko Nakago
(Nintendo)
Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat GCN ©2004 Nintendo EAD Takao Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Yoshiaki Koizumi
(Nintendo)
Mahito Yokota
(Nintendo)
Naoki Koga
(Nintendo)
Wii Sports Wii ©2006 Nintendo EAD Katsuya Eguchi
(Nintendo)
Keizo Ohta
(Nintendo)
Kazumi Totaka
(Nintendo)
Tsutomu Kaneshige
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Wii ©2006 Nintendo EAD Shigeru Miyamoto
(Nintendo)
Eiji Aonuma
(Nintendo)
Toru Minegishi
(Nintendo)
Toshio Iwawaki
(Nintendo)
Wario Ware: Smooth Moves Wii ©2006 Nintendo SPD
Intelligent Systems
Yoshio Sakamoto
(Nintendo)
Goro Abe
(Nintendo)
Taku Sugiok
(Intelligent Systems)
Kenichi Nishimaki
(Nintendo)
Super Mario Galaxy Wii ©2007 Nintendo EAD Takao Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Yoshiaki Koizumi
(Nintendo)
Mahito Yokota
(Nintendo)
Naoki Koga
(Nintendo)
Link's Crossbow Training Wii ©2007 Nintendo EAD Eiji Aonuma
(Nintendo)
Makoto Miyanaga
(Nintendo)
Kenta Nagata
(Nintendo)
Makoto Sasaki
(Nintendo)
Wii Fit Wii ©2007 Nintendo EAD Tadashi Sugiyama
(Nintendo)
Motoi Okamoto
(Nintendo)
Toru Minegishi
(Nintendo)
Katsuhito Nishimura
(Nintendo)
Mario Kart Wii Wii ©2008 Nintendo EAD Hideki Konno
(Nintendo)
Yasuyuki Oyagi
(Nintendo)
Asuka Ohta
(Nintendo)
Katsuhisa Sato
(Nintendo)
Wii Music Wii ©2007 Nintendo EAD Katsuya Eguchi
(Nintendo)
Kazumi Totaka
(Nintendo)
Hajime Wakai
(Nintendo)
Yusuke Shibata
(Nintendo)
Animal Crossing: City Folk Wii ©2008 Nintendo EAD Katsuya Eguchi
(Nintendo)
Hisashi Nogami
(Nintendo)
Kazumi Totaka
(Nintendo)
Kunihiro Komatsu
(Nintendo)
Flipnote Studio DSi ©2008 Nintendo EAD Yoshiaki Koizumi
(Nintendo)
Hideaki Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Mahito Yokota
(Nintendo)
Hideaki Shimizu
(Nintendo)
Wii Fit Plus Wii ©2009 Nintendo EAD Tadashi Sugiyama
(Nintendo)
Hiroshi Matsunaga
(Nintendo)
Ryoiji Yoshitomi
(Nintendo)
Katsuhito Nishimura
(Nintendo)
New Super Mario Bros. Wii Wii ©2009 Nintendo EAD Hiroyuki Kimura
(Nintendo)
Shigeyuki Asuke
(Nintendo)
Kenta Nagata
(Nintendo)
Makoto Sasaki
(Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks Wii ©2009 Nintendo EAD Eiji Aonuma
(Nintendo)
Daiki Iwamoto
(Nintendo)
Toru Minegishi
(Nintendo)
Shiro Mouri
(Nintendo)
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