Nintendo System Development

Nintendo System Development Division
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Nintendo System Development Division logo
Founded 1997
Defunct September 16, 2015
Headquarters Kyoto, Japan
Type Division
Owner(s) Nintendo
Industry Video games

N/A - Former division

Nintendo System Development Division (often referred to as Nintendo SDD), formerly Nintendo Network Business & Development (NBD), Nintendo Network Service Development (NSD), and Nintendo Special Planning & Development (SPD), was a division of Nintendo that consisted of a Japanese game and hardware development studio that focused on handheld consoles, whose staff originally came from Nintendo Research & Development 2. They were involved in the development of many games for the Pokémon mini.

On September 16, 2015, SDD merged with Nintendo Integrated Research & Development (IRD), becoming Nintendo Platform Technology Development.[1]



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