Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s first major push into gaming on smart devices, but it was a launch exclusive for iOS devices in December 2016. Before the end of 2016, though, Nintendo opened up pre-registration for the endless runner, suggesting that the game would be launching soon. Nintendo went quiet immediately after that, but has finally ... Read More »
Earlier this month, Nintendo launched Super Mario Run exclusively for iOS devices, with no word as to when the popular title would find its way to Android.
While we still don’t have a launch date just yet, we’re at least one step closer to getting the game on our Android devices. Nintendo has launched the ... Read More »
After hitting other parts of the globe last night, Pokémon GO has officially made its way to the U.S.
Pokémon GO is an augmented reality game that tasks you with walking around the real world and using your smartphone’s camera to find and capture Pokémon. You’ll ... Read More »
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Nintendo’s first foray into games for smartphones and tablets was the oddly-received Miitomo, which is more of a social app than a game, despite having some mini-games in it. That left a lot of people wanting to see some characters from Nintendo’s ridiculously big stable of properties, like Mario or Yoshi. Folks waiting for those ... Read More »
Back in October, Nintendo revealed that its first official mobile app would be called Miitomo, and that it wasn’t really a game, per se, and that it wouldn’t include any of Nintendo’s famous characters. It launched in Japan not too long ago and has already had hundreds of hours sunk into it, and now it’s ... Read More »
Called “Miitomo,” Nintendo’s first smartphone game will have you create a Mii (an avatar) that will communicate with ... Read More »
Nintendo has, just like the other major companies in the video games industry, used its own proprietary software when it comes to running its home consoles. However, according to a new report, that could be changing in the near future.
The report surfaced recently from Nikkei and states that, instead of using their own software, Nintendo ... Read More »
Back in March, Nintendo revealed that they would finally be bringing its popular characters to mobile gaming, and not through ports of existing games, but original titles designed specifically for smartphones and tablets.
This news was comforting on some level, as it indicated that Nintendo was going to consider the platform in developing ... Read More »
In an interview with Time, the President and CEO of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, released a significant amount of details about Nintendo’s plans for creating mobile games. After years of staunch resistance to gaming on smartphones and tablets, Nintendo has finally partnered with mobile gaming company DeNA ... Read More »
This morning Nintendo announced a partnership with DeNA (pronounced “D-N-A”) to deliver new titles featuring Nintendo characters to “smart devices and bring a new multi-device membership service” to market worldwide.
This is the news that Nintendo fans have been waiting the better part of a decade to hear. As our own Anthony Domanico put it in an Read More »