Nintendo comes with five mobile games to 2017




Nintendo released at the end of this year its first smartphone game, after which more will follow. For March 2017, the group has set itself the goal specific to smart devices, so smartphones and tablets, to release about five new titles.

That said CEO Satoru Iwata of Nintendo Friday in Japan during the presentation of the annual results. Iwata says in his speech that “a small number may seem,” but that “the goal is to turn every title that comes out, to make it a success.”

Nintendo has a large portfolio of popular characters, games and titles. The company claims to approach the mobile game market carefully and that its portfolio does not want to cheapen throw by simply porting games. Iwata says that while each game is designed for a specific device, its own game system. None of these systems would be the playing style similar to that of a ‘smart device’ and the revenue models would be totally different.

To the new streamlined plan to expire announced Nintendo on March 17 a partnership with the Japanese company DeNA to bring elements of the existing portfolio of Nintendo to market for smart devices. Nintendo thinks that if people have good experiences with some games from the company in a different device than a console, then they may move to the specially developed by Nintendo game systems.

What systems the company exactly understands by smart devices, describes the CEO in his speech not already designate one of the slides from the presentation that not only smartphones but also tablets and PCs belong to this category.

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