Today we have some interesting information concerning iQue, a Nintendo subsidiary based in mainland China.
Today we have some interesting news to share with you about iQue, an official Nintendo subsidiary in China.
Today our friend Chinese Nintendo has revealed several games that were almost released in mainland China but never saw the day of light.
An anonymous seller on TaoBao is offering a lot of localized but unreleased iQue Game Boy Advance titles in mainland China.
Hackers and the iQue Player homebrew community are celebrating this week after successfully running the iQue Depot operating system on Virtual Machine.
Back when Nintendo subsidiary iQue was still distributing games in mainland China, the company made an interesting decision not seen elsewhere after the global release of the Nintendo DS.
Retro game Youtuber loohhoo has uploaded a video taking a closer look at Super Mario 64’s Chinese localization.
Back in 2003, Nintendo’s Chinese subsidiary iQue officially released Mario Kart 64 on iQue Player (a special console that could download Nintendo 64 games) in China. But did you know it came with a few modifications?
iQue’s official website has finally been given a fresh coat of paint after 6 years. In case you’re unaware, iQue is Nintendo’s official subsidiary in China.
iQue is a company that has a long history with Nintendo. Back in the day they were selling iQue-branded Nintendo DS and 3DS consoles in China but due to poor sales, Nintendo decided to change iQue’s role into a development company.