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DeNA CEO Wants To Honor Iwata; Nintendo & DeNA Plans Not Affected by Iwata's Passing & More

DeNA has presented their financial results for the first quarter of 2015 last Friday and according to gaming-industry consultant dr. Serkan Toto DeNA's CEO Moriyasu has stated that the Nintendo and DeNA deal is not affected by Iwata's passing. DeNA wants to honor Iwata by executing as good as they can.

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Septic1106d ago

I wonder what these 5 games will be? Looks like we'll be seeing them soon.

VER1ON1106d ago

Cant really be arsed for mobile titles though

lemoncake1106d ago

Hopefully they are decent and interesting and not just generic Mario runner or Dr Mario candy crush clone type of games. Lots of potential.

OtakuDJK1NG-Rory1106d ago

uses top five most popular IP excluding Pokemon in some mobile style game

Then
Mario, Animal Crossing, Zelda, Nintendogs and maybe to increase Splatoon popularity Splatoon.

3-4-51106d ago

* So Nintendo can make that mobile money without them having to invest any of their dev teams to make the games, which leaves them to make games for the NX.

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CaptainN1106d ago

Will Nintendo or DeNA be developing these games? And is Mr. Miyamoto [creator of Mario, Donkey Kong, Zelda and other iconic Nintendo franchises] working on anything smart device-related?

Development of smart device games will be mainly done by Nintendo, but it is significant that we are forming a joint development structure with DeNA. Nintendo, through experience in the dedicated game system business, is good at making traditional game products. But for smart devices, in addition to the “product” aspect of a game, the aspect of an ever-evolving “service” is very important—a service that encourages consumers to play every day even for a short time. DeNA has extensive know-how in developing the “service” side of things, and will be primarily responsible for the service-oriented operations. We will be able to greatly leverage strengths of each party.

As for any involvement of Mr. Miyamoto, we will discuss it when possible, but for now, understand that his priority is on the development of Wii U titles that will be launched this year.