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The Wall Street Journal is currently reporting that The Legend of Zelda series is apparently going to be getting a mobile phone game designed by the folks at DeNA, while The Pokemon Company is currently working on card-game app. In addition, they state that Animal Crossing’s mobile game should arrive by the end of 2017 and before the Zelda app, but that plans are definitively set in stone on that order just yet. Here are some exact quotes from the article:
Nintendo Co. NTDOY -0.05% plans to offer its game “The Legend of Zelda” for smartphones, people familiar with the matter said, the latest step by the Kyoto company to expand its mobile-games lineup…
The people familiar with the matter said the “Animal Crossing” smartphone app is likely to be released in the latter half of 2017, an...
Animal Crossing is one mobile phone game we’re aware is in development and was supposed to release by the end of March this year. Nintendo has decided to push the game outside of March and thus, outside of the current fiscal year, because of Super Mario Run‘s upcoming launch on android devices. Nintendo is trying to space out their mobile releases, which is probably a smart move. After all, Fire Emblem Heroes launches tomorrow, so we don’t need to be too overloaded.
Here is what Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima had to say about their approach to mobile:
I will now talk about the third smart-device application, following Miitomo and Super Mario Run, that Nintendo will release, Fire Emblem Heroes...
GameCube games on the Nintendo Switch? Yes please. According to Eurogamer, the Nintendo Switch’s Virtual Console will support GameCube games, with Super Mario Sunshine, Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Luigi’s Mansion among the first batch of titles that will release. They claim this is according to three independent sources they have vetted.
It is unknown exactly how many platforms will be on Nintendo Switch’s Virtual Console, but according to their sources there will be an upgrade program in place just like there is on current generation consoles, allowing for cheaper fees for titles you may already own. This is important as we aren’t sure if those titles can transfer directly and we also know the Wii U itself suffered from some really poor emulation of NES and SNES games.
As for what we ca...Read More