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 »
For the past two or three years now, there’s been a storm cloud hanging over Sony’s and Nintendo’s heads. Games sales for Android and iOS have been steadily gaining steam, with revenue slowly creeping up on the once indisputable giants of the handheld gaming industry. According to a new report out of Flurry Analytics, 2011 ... Read More »
It’s a tough time to be Nintendo lately, and a recent report by Bloomberg suggests Nintendo’s shareholders are angry about their business model. It’s no secret that sales of Nintendo’s Wii and 3DS gaming consoles are struggling as of late. And with the gaming industry less-than-impressed with the upcoming WiiU console, it appears shareholders want ... Read More »