Kicking it back in red/white.
It looks like Nintendo may finally be returning to its original red and white logo scheme. After a number of stores adopted the styling late last year, today the company’s Twitter and YouTube accounts followed suit. Feels like it’s been a really long time, huh? Well, that’s because it has! The red and white hasn’t been popularly used since they adopted a gray and white scheme back in the Wii/DS era.
As one NeoGAF poster pointed out, the new logo changes have been cropping up in multiple areas. More specifically, Nintendo of America’s Twitter…
Their YouTube channel…
the Nintendo New York store…
and the My Nintendo logo.
Curiously enough, the logo hasn’t changed for the Japanese and European Twitter accounts, but chances are they’re likely to follow. Either way, this is certainly a blast from the past. Whether it means anything for the future of the company, well, that’s up to personal interpretation. The original colors are back, and it follows on the heels of the still-in-the-dark NX console they’re currently working on.
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This post was originally written by Tanner Fugate.