Nintendo Week was a weekly entertainment and news series that reported on the latest and upcoming video games and news concerning Nintendo platforms, including Wii, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS. The series had two hosts, Gary and Alison. It premiered on September 14, 2009 as part of the launch of a redesigned Nintendo Channel, and aired its final episode on March 29, 2012. It was only available via the North American edition of the Nintendo Channel. In the series, the hosts presented new game releases, industry interviews, demonstrations, and previews.

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  • [[:Categoría:Programas de televisión finalizados en ]]Nintendo Week era un programa semanal de entretenimiento y noticias sobre consolas y próximos y más recientes videojuegos de Nintendo, tanto como de Wii, Nintendo DS y, más tarde, Nintendo 3DS. También se cubrían eventos locales relacionados al entretenimiento digital. Se estrenó el 14 de septiembre de 2009, como parte del lanzamiento de un nuevo diseño del Canal Nintendo y solo está disponible en inglés para las consolas Norteamericanas. El programa tenía dos animadores/conductores, conocidos como Gary y Alison, dentro del espacio, eran los encargados de presentar las nuevos adelantos de Nintendo, entrevistas a desarrolladores u otros personajes de la industria, demostraciones, y vistas previas de diferentes títulos. Se produce en las oficinas de Nintendo Atlanta en Atlanta, Giorgia. En un principio el programa iba los Lunes, pero el 28 de julio de 2011, cambió al día Jueves de cada semana. El 2 de febrero de 2012, Alison dejó el show, quedando Gary como único conductor. Poco tiempo luego, el 29 de marzo de 2012, se emitió el episodio final, tras el cuál el show fue cancelado para centrar la atención y los esfuerzos de producción en las Nintendo Direct. (es)
  • Nintendo Week was a weekly entertainment and news series that reported on the latest and upcoming video games and news concerning Nintendo platforms, including Wii, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS. The series had two hosts, Gary and Alison. It premiered on September 14, 2009 as part of the launch of a redesigned Nintendo Channel, and aired its final episode on March 29, 2012. It was only available via the North American edition of the Nintendo Channel. In the series, the hosts presented new game releases, industry interviews, demonstrations, and previews. It was produced in the distribution center of Nintendo's offices in Atlanta, GA. Originally, new episodes premiered on Mondays, but from July 28, 2011, they were shown on Thursdays from that point onward. On November 24, 2011, the show received a new set (before that, the set was a house with a Super Mario Bros.-themed background on the wall). On February 2, 2012, Alison Whitney confirmed that this was her last appearance on the show. After Alison's departure, Gary's counterpart Dark Gary was promoted from recurring character to Alison's replacement as co-host. Nintendo Week also filled in various guest co-hosts alongside Gary and Dark Gary from the week beginning February 16, 2012. On March 29, 2012, Nintendo Week had its series finale on the Nintendo Channel and was replaced by generic Nintendo Update announcement videos, which started on May 31, 2012, and on occasion the Nintendo Channel also included segments from the 3DS eShop's Nintendo Show 3D with host Jessie Cantrell. During the show's run, new episodes debuted on Mondays until 2011 which was then changed to Thursdays, alongside NOA's decision to introduce weekly updates on that day. The show had gathered a large fanbase, mainly consisting of adult male Nintendo fans, despite the show being targeted to younger audiences. Nintendo Week is notable for being the first media outlet to announce the WiiWare game Excitebike: World Rally. (en)
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  • [[:Categoría:Programas de televisión finalizados en ]]Nintendo Week era un programa semanal de entretenimiento y noticias sobre consolas y próximos y más recientes videojuegos de Nintendo, tanto como de Wii, Nintendo DS y, más tarde, Nintendo 3DS. También se cubrían eventos locales relacionados al entretenimiento digital. Se estrenó el 14 de septiembre de 2009, como parte del lanzamiento de un nuevo diseño del Canal Nintendo y solo está disponible en inglés para las consolas Norteamericanas. El programa tenía dos animadores/conductores, conocidos como Gary y Alison, dentro del espacio, eran los encargados de presentar las nuevos adelantos de Nintendo, entrevistas a desarrolladores u otros personajes de la industria, demostraciones, y vistas previas de diferentes títulos. Se produce en las (es)
  • Nintendo Week was a weekly entertainment and news series that reported on the latest and upcoming video games and news concerning Nintendo platforms, including Wii, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS. The series had two hosts, Gary and Alison. It premiered on September 14, 2009 as part of the launch of a redesigned Nintendo Channel, and aired its final episode on March 29, 2012. It was only available via the North American edition of the Nintendo Channel. In the series, the hosts presented new game releases, industry interviews, demonstrations, and previews. (en)
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