The newest Pokémon game, Pokémon Masters, is now available worldwide as a free download on iOS and Android mobile devices. Developer DeNA have also released a rather lengthy breakdown video…
According to the Wall Street Journal, all of the Nintendo apps in development right now will be free to download, but will probably include in-app purchases. This came from DeNA CEO Isao Moriyasu at an investors meeting today. DeNA is working alongside Nintendo in the development of all mobile apps. Read More
We may be learning more details about Nintendo’s upcoming mobile games very soon, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Nintendo first announced its foray into mobile gaming back in March. At the time they said that mobile games would be coming before the end of the year. Well, the end is nigh, and Nintendo has an investors’ meeting next week. Ominous?? Read More
This morning Nintendo announced that they are partnering with a mobile gaming firm to bring their games to mobile platforms. The partnership with DeNA will mean new titles for smart devices, not just ports of existing games. The idea is to preserve the quality of the player’s experience. There will also be a service that will allow users to play across a variety of devices, including mobile, PC, and Nintendo’s other consoles—the Wii U and 3DS.
DeNA (pronounced D-N-A) isn’t well-known outside of Japan, but the multi-billion dollar company has been around since 1999.
Nintendo’s President Satoru Iwata said that he believes expanding Nintendo to mobile could become a bridge for more customers to buy dedicated Nintendo consoles.