Sales of Super Mario Run haven’t met Nintendo’s expectations, the publisher has recently revealed. Speaking with Nikkei, Nintendo President, Tatsumi Kimishima, has said the mobile title did not meet sales targets. Super Mario Run allows players to play a limited portion

Super Mario Run‘s next update promises new characters and another level for free-to-play users. An in-game notification promises the following for Super Mario Run version 2.0.0: New characters to play as Complete one of Bowser’s challenges to unlock World 1-4 in the

Super Mario Run will finally debut on Android smartphones and tablets later this week. From 23 March, Android users will have the opportunity to download the freemium title. You can also pre-register for the title here. Android version of #SuperMarioRun

Fire Emblem: Heroes is now available on Android and iOS devices. You’re able to download the second game in the Nintendo, DeNA partnership here on Android and here on iOS. Be warned: the free-to-play title does have in-game app purchases. Players

Super Mario Run‘s Gold Goombas Mega Event is now live. The event tasks players to track down — and stomp — Gold Goombas in the game’s various World Tour levels. The special Goombas will be flagged on each level; stomping

Nintendo Switch seems to be a big hit, with a host of third-party developers working on the newly-revealed console. 505 Games Activision Publishing, Inc. ARC SYSTEM WORKS Co.,Ltd. ATLUS CO.,LTD. Audiokinetic Inc. Autodesk, Inc BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. Bethesda CAPCOM

SurveyMonkey today estimates that Nintendo’s first smartphone game, Miitomo, has over four million users. Of that number, 1 million users are said to play Miitomo every single day. Moreover, the company estimates that in-game purchases total $280,000 USD weekly. Are you

Nintendo’s first mobile game, Miitomo, will launch worldwide in March. Moreover, pre-registration will begin on 17 February, though it’s not yet clear on whether or not that act will provide users with early access or other perks. Miitomo is a social app

Nintendo’s Tatsumi Kimishima used a financial results meeting (via Bloomberg) to tease a bit of the publisher’s next — and ultimately, second — mobile game. The title, made in partnership with DeNA, will feature IP that’s well-known. “Our second game

New Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima has admitted that the publisher has failed to do a good job explaining exactly what smartphone title Miitomo actually is. Speaking with Time, Kimishima said, “I don’t think we have been able to successfully communicate what we’re trying

DeNA held an investor meeting recently, and used the forum to detail both its partnership with Nintendo and their first collaboration, Miitomo. The developer said that while current planned games all follow the free-to-play model, not every game will in future.

All of the games currently in development as part of the partnership between Nintendo and DeNA will be free-to-play, suggesting microtransactions will play a role. The news comes from DeNA CEO Isao Moriyasu who revealed the information in an investor’s

Nintendo today announced that its first mobile game will be free-to-play and called Miitomo. “Tomo” is the Japanese word for “friend”; according to the Wall Street Journal, the game is essentially a social networking game using Miis. Players will begin the

The Wall Street Journal today reports that Nintendo will conduct one last Nintendo Direct this year before retooling the format of the presentation for next year. Moreover, the report continues to say that Nintendo is set to announce its first

Venturebeat is reporting that information on the first game from Nintendo and DeNA’s mobile collaboration will be released “soon”, according to DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako. What that game will be still remains a mystery, with the vast range of Nintendo

At E3 this year, Nintendo won’t be discussing the NX, smartphones or the mysterious quality of life platform and instead will focus on its dedicated games consoles. Iwata made the remarks during an investors meeting last week, as translated by