Platform holder Nintendo has launched a new YouTube channel called Nintendo Girls Club.
86 years on from women getting equal voting rights in the UK, this fresh move sees the company trying to maintain the success it found with DS and Wii in reaching out to non-traditional markets.
The first video sees Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter – who has been placed in a room replete with girly cushions, girly pastel colours and even some sparkly girly lights on the end of a girly bed – discussing elements of Animal Crossing: New Leaf that Nintendo thinks could appeal to the female market.
Other presenters seen in the videos include Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City) and video blogger Mandy Hynes
The Nintendo Girls Club logo contains a crown, presumably because all girls want to be a princess, right?
You can see the full selection here. Below we’ve included Porter’s Animal Crossing video just to prove that even girls can enjoy games nowadays:
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