Nintendo Not Going All-In With Smartphone Gaming

HotHardware - Nintendo may see companies like HTC, Google, Sony Ericsson and Apple as the real rivals in the mobile gaming space, but the whole 'can't beat 'em, join 'em' phrase doesn't apply universally. Yasuhiro Minagawa, a spokesman for the company, recently told Bloomberg that their strategy to develop software only for their own hardware "hasn't changed and won't change." In other words, you can forget about Nintendo developing a cute title for iPhone or Android, at least not with any major push behind it.

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Nintendo delayed Breath of the Wild sequel until spring 2023

According to Eiji Aonuma, the game that was natively had a schedule for a 2022 launch has been postponed to spring 2023.

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Nintendo plans to focus on real virtual worlds, not the metaverse

The metaverse continues to be a (warp) pipe dream.

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Nintendo hacker Bowser settles Switch piracy lawsuit for $10 million in restitution

In October 2020, federal authorities arrested Team Xecuter ring leaders Gary Bowser and Max Louarn on 11 felony counts of piracy.

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