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Hideo Nagata, Junji Takamoto, Yuji Hori: Electronic equipment and television game machine having heat radiation structure. Nintendo, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, May 20, 2003: US06565444 (113 worldwide citation)

A television game machine includes a housing having an air intake and air exit in side surfaces, and forms an air flow passage in a space of air flow on a line connecting between the air intake and the air exit. A heat-radiating member formed with heat-radiating fins is attached in a state electrica ...


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Junji Takamoto, Daisuke Kumazaki, Souichi Takagi, Takaki Tsutsui: Secure and/or lockable connecting arrangement for video game system. Nintendo, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, September 29, 2009: US07594827 (38 worldwide citation)

Compatible mechanical and/or electrical connections to video game system accessories provide unique shape, design and dimensions that discourage or prevent non-compatible devices from being connected, connector configurations that allow connection only in a proper orientation to ensure electrical co ...


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Junji Takamoto, Daisuke Kumazaki, Souichi Takagi, Takaki Tsutsui: Secure and/or lockable connecting arrangement for video game system. Nixon & Vanderhye PC, May 25, 2010: US07722409 (33 worldwide citation)

Compatible mechanical and/or electrical connections to video game system accessories provide unique shape, design and dimensions that discourage or prevent non-compatible devices from being connected, connector configurations that allow connection only in a proper orientation to ensure electrical co ...


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Tadahiro Kuwa, Makoto Miura, Tamotsu Iida, Yoshitane Tsuburaya, Yoshitake Kato, Masanori Uematsu, Masayuki Yukawa, Junji Takamoto, Masahiko Ota: Disk cartridge having a single closing energizer for closing two independently opened shutters. Hitachi Maxwell, Nintendo, Nixon & Vanderhye, July 16, 1996: US05537389 (31 worldwide citation)

Scratches on the recording disk caused by sliding of a disk cartridge shutter is prevented by slidably inserting first and second shutters between a tray and a case on the opposite side to a recording disk accommodating portion of the tray. The first shutter simultaneously opens and closes a case si ...


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Hiroyuki Onoda, Hiroumi Endo, Hiroshi Igarashi, Junji Takamoto, Takeshi Nagareda: Program, information storage medium, game system, and control method of the game system. Namco Bandai Games, Nintendo, Oliff & Berridge, December 8, 2009: US07628699 (28 worldwide citation)

A game system includes: a direction mark storage section which stores image data of a direction mark that specifies a player's maneuver; a display controller which controls display of a plurality of display objects including the direction mark; a timing fetch section which fetches a maneuver timing; ...


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Hiroyuki Onoda, Hiroumi Endo, Hiroshi Igarashi, Junji Takamoto, Takeshi Nagareda: Game system, program, and information storage medium. Namco Bandai Games, Nintendo, Oliff & Berridge, May 25, 2010: US07722450 (26 worldwide citation)

A game system including: a music reproduction section which reproduces given music data stored in a storage section; a display control section which performs display control of changing a relative positional relationship among a direction mark which directs an operation to be performed by a player u ...


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Hiroyuki Onoda, Hiroumi Endo, Hiroshi Igarashi, Junji Takamoto, Takeshi Nagareda: Program, information storage medium and game system. Namco Bandai Games, Nintendo, Oliff & Berridge, September 1, 2009: US07582015 (25 worldwide citation)

A game system includes: a direction mark storage section which stores image data of a direction mark which directs an operation of a player; a display control section which performs display control of a plurality of display objects including the direction mark; a timing acquisition section which acq ...


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Genyo Takeda, Junji Takamoto, Kazuo Koshima, Masahiko Nakamura, Toshiharu Miyoshi: Joystick device. Nintendo, Hoshiden Corporation, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, December 14, 1999: US06002351 (18 worldwide citation)

A joystick device includes a case so that first and second rocking members are respectively supported in a overlapped manner by first and second bearings formed in the case with their first and second elongate holes positioned perpendicular to each other. The operation of the lever inserted through ...


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Howard Cheng, Shinji Yamamoto, Daisuke Kumazaki, Masahiko Nishimura, Junji Takamoto: Method and apparatus for simulating games involving a ball. Nintendo, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, June 5, 2012: US08192285 (16 worldwide citation)

A sports video game having a new and improved user interface that substantially increases the potential realism of the game uses a handheld controller that is able to sense its own position, orientation and/or motion and is affixed to a ball. The ball can be a model of a football that is provided wi ...


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Genyo Takeda, Junji Takamoto, Kazuo Koshima, Masahiko Nakamura, Toshiharu Miyoshi: Joystick device. Nintendo, Hoshiden Corporation, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, October 23, 2001: US06307486 (14 worldwide citation)

A joystick device includes a case so that first and second rocking members are respectively supported in a overlapped manner by first and second bearings formed in the case with their first and second elongate holes positioned perpendicular to each other. The operation of the lever inserted through ...