Make games, Nintendo!

Discussion in 'Mobile Games' started by Y0shiM0n, Feb 25, 2015.

  1. Y0shiM0n

    Y0shiM0n Active Member

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    Nintendo! Listen up! You NEED to start making some mobile games and I am sure your sales will boost! Who's with me?
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  2. vegito12

    vegito12 New Member

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    I reckon it would be a good idea, as other games have made it to the mobile which are on Playstion and Pc usually and being on the mobile would get more players interested. I think it may have to with thinking about the size and will the game be like the full console version or a simplified one and the costs would be huge to do as well. I hope when they do the games look good, and are made well so people can enjoy playing them and feeling like the console version.
     
  3. JoanMcWench

    JoanMcWench Active Member

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    I think they're avoiding that avenue because it would rob them of their handheld console money. They clearly still believed (given 3DS) that phones did not make handheld consoles obsolete. Maybe based on their declining sales & more people just using emulators they'll wise up & get exclusive with Apple.
     
  4. dustinb12

    dustinb12 Moderator Staff Member

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    love my 3ds, but it would have been cool to be able to play Bravely Default on my phone, i guess
     
  5. Damien Lee

    Damien Lee Active Member

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    Nintendo are going to be hugely successful in the mobile space, I'm sure of it. No other company even comes close to having so many awesome franchises. They've already announced that they will be moving in this direction but I guess they're taking their time to make sure everything is right. Unlike other mobile developers, Nintendo has a good sense of quality control and we can expect high quality games from them.
     
  6. dustinb12

    dustinb12 Moderator Staff Member

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    i do believe the first game announced was MK8! now i can see a bunch of kids crowded around an iPad with elbows extended, driving around the tracks. Very good move Nintendo
     
  7. LegendofImelda

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    They definitely need to get cracking on those mobile games. Do you know where I can get a Nintendo emulator for my Windows phone?