Video games are a dime a dozen. For every version of Microsoft’s esteemed Xbox, there’s another equally entertaining edition of Sony’s Playstation. For years, video games have been captivating the minds of youngsters and adults alike, and for some individuals, they may just be timeless. After all, Mario and Zelda seem to be aging rather gracefully, don’t they? However, what happens when one of the top video game companies begins to show sign of age and fatigue? It has recently been reported that Nintendo has stated the results of their recently concluding fiscal year…and it ain’t pretty. The company took quite a hit and had their first annual loss of roughly $460 million.