Alex delves into all the negatives that may come from Nintendo’s recent deal with DeNA to make games for mobile devices. Last time he described the opposite. Why Nintendo Games on iOS and…

19 Responses to “Why Nintendo Games on iOS and Android is a BAD Thing”

  • Nintendo Life says:
  • nintemic says:

    i don’t think they will drop everything and move only to smartphones. The
    handhelds, and consoles are the foundation of the company. But i maybe i’m
    just telling myself this so i feel better haha

  • Jamie Dickinson says:

    Welcome to the 301 club. How tough are ya?

  • iPixel78 says:

    I really hope that they still are going to make the better games for the
    Wii U and the 3DS!

  • Gunnerholic says:

    Finally, someone who pronounces DeNA properly. Fed up of people saying its
    ‘Deena’ for example

  • 627dotdot says:

    who cares , its their company , their decisions to make . the only thing is
    ios gamers dont play nintendo games , hope they know that .

  • AmpersandFB says:

    There’s no way Nintendo will stop making console games. They have already
    stated that won’t happen and this is reason they partnered with DeNA to
    handle the mobile division.

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  • Happygoaty Goaty says:

    I think it’s kinda funny they announce that they’re going to make phone
    games right after SEGA said the same.
    I get why SEGA would do it, they are losing money quickly and it’s
    expensive to make console games, so of course they are going to make phone
    games instead, because it’s cheaper. But I don’t get why Nintendo would do
    this… Their games sell great, and they make a lot of money (even though
    the WIIU isn’t doing well) I just don’t see why they would go over to IOS
    and Android.
    I feel like they are kinda attacking SEGA, but maybe I’m just.. Fanboying?
    even though I’m not a fanboy… maybe I’m a little grandmothery towards
    SEGA here.. I don’t know. I just feel like they are attacking SEGA a bit…
    maybe I’m just weird.

  • LukasTheClasher says:

    Like you have stated earlier,they are a business. This will make them a
    whole lot of money,and I don’t think it will distract them very much. As
    long as they keep delivering quality Wii U and 3ds games,they can put
    Pokemon Shuffle on they App Store for all I care.

  • Roman Gonzalez says:

    What month do you accept to see the first Nintendo mobile game on the app

  • bacca bananas says:

    another bd thing ios.7 

  • patrickgaming says:

    Or this is good because they have more money to make the games

  • Nicky The Master of the Yoshis! says:

    They could have Bluetooth controllers like that Skylanders game

  • jacob fields says:

    *Facepalm* they’re talking about old games and stuff like that. Not the
    newest games.

  • Ivan Cruz says:

    I don’t really have an issue with this but if the quality of their games
    drops, then I’ll be done with Nintendo. Nintendo is no providing games I
    want right now. They are making fantastic games this year but that’s yet to
    be see. Hopefully the bigger games will be good.

  • CloudStrifeff123 says:

    There are no plans to release already released games (like Zelda Majoras
    Mask, Zelda Ocarina of Time, Super Mario Sunshine etc.) for iOS and Android.
    Rather than that they want to focus on NEW games. This might have nothing
    to do with all the current Nintendo marks such as Mario or Zelda but maybe
    they release some spin-offs or minigames.
    Btw: What about Windows Phone?

  • Mr. Variant says:

    Good vid but there will always be third party games that are good On
    nintendo’s hardware and actually have price drops sometimes. Wish outrun
    had step on beat but I love rhythm thief and gunman Clive 2 is a great
    sequel on a budget. Love the lady’s peach floating jump

  • thuggie1 says:

    i don’t think it will detract from them making console games if you look
    at the 80′s they had ip’s like Donkey Kong and Mario on other platform. to
    be honest they spent more time on their console version of the games.

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