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Nintendo Achievement System may be Coming Soon

As Nintendo continues to catch up with the rest of the gaming world, there are still a few video game staples that the publisher's platforms are missing. PlayStation, Xbox, and Steam have had an achievement system and leaderboards for nearly a decade, but now it looks like Nintendo is potentially ready to join them. Indie studio Crunching Koalas recently took to a Reddit AMA (via Glixel), where developer Tom Tomaszewski addressed a question about online leaderboards.
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