You're looking at their value in US dollars, not yen. And either way, note the enormous drop-off. By the US charts, their stock was worth over $13 per share before their quarterly report and it's worth $12 right now.
No, they didn't. Their stock value dropped from 12,300 yen a share to 11,165 per share. Since then, it has recovered slightly to 11,430 per share.
9% is more than a fluctuation. That's over a billion dollars in market value dissipating overnight.
Looks like it could be pretty good!
I'm a fan of 3DS Deluxe myself.
I'm eagerly awaiting New New Super Mario Bros. and Yoshi's New New Island.
What "price" do you think there will be?
There is a section suggesting Nintendo do exactly that in the article. The idea that Nintendo can "do mobile" is not just about them releasing games on smart phones. A lot of different ideas are explored here.
I like satire, but this wasn't that great. Meh.
The video is labeled by the person who uploaded it as "LAST STAGE" in all caps. Pretty good indicator.
Great franchise, but they've confined themselves too much with the story. Would love to see start fresh with a darker tone.
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Well, that's not what this article says.
It's a bit disappointing, but I'm still happy about free games. I guess I'd be more upset if I was a longtime member who was used to non-game rewards.
More than two gaming companies were talked about in the article.
The article specifically say a Pokemon MMO won't likely happen, and doesn't ask for one.
Well the new one is planned to be completely open world with less tutorials and a more flexible story, so hopefully you're in for a treat.
Agreed. And not just the art style - the atmosphere in general. You can't help but smile when playing Paper Mario.
Their top-grossing game last year was Monster Hunter 4, a 3DS exclusive.
That would be a huge investment for Namco. Definitely possible, but it's a pretty big risk.