Nintendo to Offer Smaller Switch Console — Nikkei Newspaper

Nintendo to Offer Smaller Switch Console — Nikkei Newspaper

Nintendo to Offer Smaller Switch Console — Nikkei Newspaper

"We want to continue with both the 3DS and the Switch", he said. "That is really a marketing challenging".

More Nintendo stores could help boost the appeal of the Switch, which is struggling to attract a wider swath of users. These changes, among other possible adjustments, could feasibly allow Nintendo to sell a different version of Switch for far less than the current $300 United States dollars price tag.

While Nintendo lowered its sales estimates for the Switch, the company reported a profit jump of roughly 25 percent this quarter compared to the same quarter previous year.

Since its March 2017 launch, the publisher has now pushed five 10 million plus selling games. The company raised its guidance to sell 110 million games this fiscal year, up from 100 million. Ultimate" and "Pokemon: "Let's Go" have shifted over 10 million copies each. Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee, released November 16, sold 10 million. This means that Dr. Mario World could be the first Nintendo mobile game that is the real deal. Battling head to head and racing to clear all of the viruses is the best part of the game. Even so, Nintendo predicts that the company's overall sales will increase by about $1.4 million.

Smartphone revenue during the quarter grew 31 percent to 14.6 billion yen, driven by a new title Dragalia Lost. which was released on September 27. Role-playing game "Dragalia Lost", developed with CyberAgent Inc, got off to a strong start supported by heavy ad spending but is underperforming expectations, CyberAgent CEO Susumu Fujita said on Wednesday. Quarterly sales totaled 608.4 billion yen ($5.6 billion), up 26 percent.

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