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 Nintendo aims to get consoles in schools

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Date posted: 20/03/2010

Could Nintendo's Mario be swapping power blocks for the chalkboard?

The man behind the massively popular videogame franchise and the best-selling Wii console says he's devoting most of his energy to turning Nintendo Co.'s DS handheld consoles into tour guides and educational aids.

Japanese video game guru Shigeru Miyamoto says the console is already being used in museums, galleries, and aquariums in Japan and that he's working on introducing the console to junior high schools in the country.

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