Until the next wave of tech innovation comes to full fruition, look to the voice assistant ecosystem to drive sales, especially around the holidays
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It's official: Mario, Donkey Kong and Zelda will appear on smartphones and tablets at last-and that's just the start.
Did you hear the one about Nintendo "never" putting its content on mobile platforms? About how Nintendo makes its own hardware specifically intended to cater to its software? About how it would dilute those "brands" (think: Mario, Zelda, Donkey Kong) to put them on hardware other than Nintendo's?
If you’ve waited until now to pick up a 3DS XL, and Nintendo’s new, uh, New 3DS XL doesn’t appeal to you for some reason or another, now is your chance to get a deal. As we’ve noticed on Nintendo’s website (and those of other retailers such as GameStop), you can now get a brand-new 3DS XL for 25 dollars less than what it used to cost.
The naming of the Nintendo Comp., Ltd.'s (TYO:7974) next generation handheld -- the "New" 3DS XL -- may be a bit confusing given its failure to convey that this is a major upgrade, not just a minor refresh.
This year's E3 is adding one more seat at the big kids table. Joining Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, EA, and Ubisoft, Bethesda Softworks has announced they too will hold an E3 press conference.
Nintendo has announced that its loyalty program, Club Nintendo, will be shutting down in the coming months. The company must be planning some sort of more robust successor, as it alluded to in its statement, because in 2015, Nintendo needs its loyal fans more than ever.