From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


iQue is a Suzhou-based company that was founded as a joint venture between Wei Yen and Nintendo back in 2002. It is known for releasing Nintendo's portable consoles, as well as the iQue Player (the Chinese version of the Nintendo 64 that is a hybrid of a plug-and-play and a home video game console.), to the Chinese market with Chinese versions of the Nintendo GameCube and Wii planned under the names of iQue Cube and iQue Wii, respectively, but were cancelled. Nintendo released these under the iQue brand to bypass China's ban on video games at the time. As of 2013, it is a fully-owned subsidiary of Nintendo.

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