Answer: Playing cards
Founded in 1889, Nintendo originally produced traditonal-Japanase playing cards called Hanafuda.
Though Princess Peach has come to be known as Mario's primary love interest, in his first appearance he risked life and limb to save Pauline from Donkey Kong.
The PlayStation was originally a CD-ROM add-on for the Super Nintendo. Nintendo pulling out of the deal in 1991 prompted Sony to eventually produce it on their own.
Answer: Pocket Monsters
"Pokémon" is a stylized contraction of "Pocket Monsters", which the series was originally called in Japan.
In the 15+ games that makeup the "Mario Party" series, only "Mario Party Advance" didn't feature Wario.
Pickaxes, the basic tool for mining in "Minecraft", are perhaps the most-commonly used instruments in the game.
Though released almost 20 years ago in 1999, the Dreamcast was the last home console Sega brought to foreign markets.
Pokémon came out for the Game Boy in 1996, and the series has continued in every generation of Nintendo handhelds, as well as various other consoles, since.
Non-playable characters (NPCs) are those that players cannot control, though their actions can be influenced.
Pac-Man was first brought to home consoles via the Atari 2600 way back in 1982.