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Nintendo confirm their Quality of Life initiative is not dead yet

After much speculation to the former, Nintendo president and CEO Tatsumi Kimishima confirmed this week that the company's Quality of Life initiative is still in the works. Kimishima said: “The only information I really have now is to say that the quality of life initiative is still under development, and I have no further information to share. It’s just not at the point in development where I feel I can make any announcements at this time.” For those not

 

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