From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nintendo Australia Pty. Ltd. (NAL) is Oceania 's local head office for sales, licensing and distribution of video game products and other intellectual properties created by Nintendo and other companies.
Nintendo's Australian subsidiary is based in Melbourne. It handles the publishing, distribution, sales, and marketing of Nintendo products in Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania (Cook Islands, Fiji, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, and Vanuatu). It also manufactures some Wii games locally.
Nintendo Magazine System was the official Nintendo magazine of Australia. In publication for seven years until 2000, the magazine was a branch of Official Nintendo Magazine, the UK's official Nintendo magazine, which was also called Nintendo Magazine System at the time. On 12 November 2008 a new official Australian Nintendo magazine was announced.
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On 15 December 2008, the first issue of Official Nintendo Magazine for Australia & New Zealand, a monthly video game magazine based on Official Nintendo Magazine, was published by Future plc. It was the second officially endorsed Nintendo magazine released in Australia and New Zealand, succeeding the Australian Nintendo Magazine System , which ...
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- 16 February 2006; 14 years ago (UK)
- Matthew Castle (UK), Robert Edwards (Australia)
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Why exactly does Nintendo Australia get its own page, but Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe don't? I think they have the same amount of importance. - Pokemega32 10:24, 23 July 2009 (UTC) Nintendo Australia is a bit more seperate I suppose. The thing is, NOE and NOA had their own pages but they got merged with the main Nintendo article ...
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13 th January, 2021 A range of Super Mario themed items are now available from the new AUNZ My Nintendo Store. 3 rd December, 2020 Nifty new features have arrived with the latest Nintendo Switch system update! 28 th October, 2020 Our Repair and Service Centre in Scoresby, Victoria, Australia has now re-opened.
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