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Nintendo Announces Its Plan to Launch New Games for Smartphones and Tablets

Nintendo Announces Its Plan to Launch New Games for Smartphones and Tablets

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By Date: 22 Mar 2015
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Nintendo has finally confirmed that it would be entering the mobile market by developing games for smartphones and tablets. The new mobile games from Nintendo will not be ports from its gaming consoles, 3DS and Wii U.

 If you have loved playing the Nintendo games, then you will be happy to know that Nintendo is soon going to enter the mobile market by bringing out new mobile games for Smartphones and tablets. Your favorite Nintendo characters like Mario, Link and Donkey Kong will soon be popping up your Android and iOS Smartphone and tablet screens. Nintendo will be partnering with Japanese game developer DeNA to bring out the mobile games.  

 There will be new titles made for the Android and iOS devices that would feature Nintendos popular and iconic central characters. The plan to enter the mobile gaming market was done to extend its reach to a larger audience and to use it for the betterment of its console business. 

 With this partnership with DeNA, Nintendo consumers believe that the company would take the mobile gaming to a new level and will come up with some interesting new games for its users. The details of the new games and its availability will be made available to the public in due course of time. 

 The Nintendo and DeNA partnership is also looking to come out with an online membership service which can be accessed from smartphones, tablets, PCs and Nintendo devices. This feature would come out during this autumn.  

 Nintendo will be acquiring 10 percent of DeNA stock with this new partnership and it is estimated to be worth 22 billion yen. Nintendo has also said that it is working towards a new dedicated gaming platform called Project NX in association with DeNA, which could well be the successor to the Wii U gaming console.


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