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  1. Nintendo Entertainment Planning & Development Division, commonly abbreviated as Nintendo EPD, is the largest division within the Japanese video game company Nintendo. The division focuses on developing and producing video games, mobile apps, and other related entertainment software for the company.

  2. Nintendo Entertainment Planning & Development (commonly abbreviated as Nintendo EPD) is Nintendo's new software division formed in September 2015 that consolidates the Nintendo Entertainment Analysis & Development with Nintendo Software Planning & Development into a single division. It is lead...

  3. Nintendo Entertainment Analysis & Development was the premier development arm at Nintendo. The group had the largest concentration of R&D, housing more than 800 engineers and designers. The division was split into seven different subdivisions, each led by a designated producer and group manager.

  4. Oct 21, 2023 · Nintendo Entertainment Planning and Development (or Nintendo EPD for short) is a Japanese video game developer and a division of Nintendo formed from the merger of Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development and Nintendo Software Planning & Development in September of 2015.

  5. May 16, 2018 · Hardcore Gamer recently published A Brief History of Nintendo Restructuring Their Development Teams, which ultimately amounts to this in 2018: almost all of Nintendos first-party output...

  6. Nov 5, 2023 · On September 14, 2015, Nintendo announced plans to merge EAD and the game development arm of Nintendo Software Planning & Development (Nintendo SPD) into a new division known as Nintendo Entertainment Planning and Development (Nintendo EPD), effective September 16, 2015.

  7. May 8, 2018 · This all leads us to 2015, when Nintendo restructured their entire hardware and software development pipeline and merged it into three major departments: Entertainment Planning and...

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