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Deckstorm may convert this non-card dude

The last time I wrote about a mobile card game (okay, it was more of a match-3, but I love bringing up this piece) it didn't go exceedingly well. I can only assume that someone at DeNA read that piece and thought "Man, Zack sure knows card ...   read

 
 
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Nintendo

Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing games coming to mobile platforms

Apps based on the Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing series are in development for mobile platforms, Nintendo revealed today as part of the company's 2016 fiscal earnings report. The publisher plans to release both titles this autumn...   read

 
 
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Nintendo finally understands online networks

This morning, I've been playing the Japanese release of Miitomo, Nintendo's first smartphone app. While the app itself is interesting, I was mainly blown away by the fact that Nintendo's new online service is not only functional, but more u...   read

 
 
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NINTENDO

Nintendo's first mobile game debuts next week

Miitomo is coming to Japan next Thursday, March 17, Nintendo announced today. The Tomodachi Life-esque social networking game will be the first of five mobile applications Nintendo releases over the course of the next year as part...   read

 
 
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Nintendo

The first wave of Nintendo mobile games will all be free-to-play

The first few games born out of Nintendo and DeNA's partnership to create mobile titles will follow the ever-so-popular free-to-play model. As these things go, the games will be free to download, and they'll depend on in-app microtransactio...   read

 
 
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Nintendo mobile

Nintendo's first mobile app is Miitomo

Nintendo is finally entering the mobile space with DeNA. Its first app to come out of the collaboration, Miitomo, is a Mii-centric free-to-play title about communicating with others. Miitomo was originally scheduled to launch this year, but...   read

 
 
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Nintendo mobile games

Nintendo will put out five mobile games by April 2017

Nintendo's collaboration with Japanese mobile giant DeNA will result in one game by the end of 2015 and four more titles leading up to April 2017, according to DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako. "Nintendo has by far the best gaming IP," he said ...   read

 
 
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Nintendo mobile

Nintendo opens up about pricing mobile games

Nintendo is getting into the mobile games space with its partner, DeNA, who will help with the "service side of things." Responding to an investor question about how games will be sold, CEO Satoru Iwata explained that, first of all, Nintend...   read

 
 
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Iwata on digital pricing

Nintendo keeping digital prices up, hints at mild compensation

Nintendo's Satoru Iwata addressed the fact that eShop games are priced the same as their retail counterparts despite the cost savings of digital distribution. This comes from an investor briefing reported live by Nstyles and translated by C...   read

 
 
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Nintendo NX

Nintendo NX might be running on Android

A few years ago, a device descended from the heavens and changed the way we play games forever. Since it launched, no one has ever been able to play games on any other device for it just felt unclean. It will forever be remembered...   read

 
 


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Nintendo's new mobile partner goes through large number of layoffs

Japanese mobile studio DeNA recently made headlines after five years of spurned advances finally led to a partnership with Nintendo so the former could make mobile games using Nintendo's characters. DeNA also just released the somewhat empt...   read

 
 
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DeNA

DeNA wants its Nintendo partnership to yield games that make $25M per month

Fresh off its revealed partnership with Nintendo to bring the revered Japanese publisher's properties to smart devices, DeNA isn't holding back with its expectations. It won't settle for anything less than a giant player base, and, in turn,...   read

 
 
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Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is out today, and it kicks the crap out of All the Bravest

Final Fantasy: All the Bravest was a travesty. It played itself, it was pretty abrasive in its pandering, and the microtransactions were so pushy that it was hard to enjoy it without feeling like you were constantly being sold somethin...   read

 
 
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DeNA spent 5 years trying to partner with Nintendo

The Courtship of Regal Nintendo by the Pilgrim DeNA is a Kindle book I am definitely currently writing after learning that this morning's Nintendeal with DeNA was apparently five years in the making according to DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako...   read

 
 
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Nintendo DeNA Alliance

Nintendo and DeNA enter into licensing agreement for mobile development

Today, Nintendo  and DeNA formed a capital and licensing alliance to bring Nintendo intellectual properties to smart devices. They will also be creating a multi-device membership service set to deploy worldwide. The partnership will be...   read

 
 
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Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy Record Keeper headed to a smartphone near you this spring

This year, Square Enix is makin' it rain Final Fantasy spinoffs on us. I mean, we've got Final Fantasy Type-0 HD coming in hot just next week, and DeNA and Square Enix just revealed the launch of Final Fantasy: Record Keeper in the US this ...   read

 
 
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Japan's dev power shift

Three mobile-focused devs outpace Japan's gaming icons

Some graph-making and data-pulling by Eurotechnology Japan has proven your worst fears true. Three relatively new, mobile-focused game makers (GREE, GungHo, DeNA) have had a higher operating income and higher net income since the last finan...   read

 
 
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DeNA's next two games are G.I. Joe and Dungeons & Dragons

DeNA is continuing their partnership with Hasbro by releasing two new titles: G.I. Joe Battleground and Dungeons & Dragons Arena of War. G.I. Joe I expect will be much like the Transformers game where you collect and battle with cards ...   read

 
 
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Jiraya

Lot challenge -Can you guess the games in the back room just by their cover ? ( this just came in by the way)

 
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ShadeOfLight

Oh man, and Willy Wonka is one of my favorite films Now whos going to take the sunrise and sprinkle it with dew?

 
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Torchman

To those that support/produce lies and slander and support Naoto, I leave you this

 
ikiryou

Naoto had this to say about all the anti-Naoto hate being tossed around like a toxic, questionable salad in this community:

 
ScionVyse

You left us alone for a couple months, 2016, dont come back, please continue to fuck

 
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Gene Youre a real son of a bitch,

 
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Well RIP to one of the

 
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