Back in July, Nintendo officially launched the Switch Online app, which, among other things, made it possible for players on the online network to talk to one another while playing multiplayer in Splatoon 2.
The Nintendo Switch, the company’s newest video game console, has an online feature, but owners need to use their smartphone to actually communicate with other players.
According to sources of The Wall Street Journal, Nintendo is looking to bring its popular The Legend of Zelda franchise to iPhone. The company has already brought its iconic games and characters like Miitomo, Super Mario Run, and Fire Emblem Heroes to the platform so far.
This week, Super Mario Run finally launched on Android, after being available for iOS devices since last December.
The Nintendo Switch launched in March, but it’s been recently discovered that the browser engine on the console is much, much older.
Nintendo today released its third mobile game, Fire Emblem Heroes. The first game in the popular franchise sees you play as a summoner with the ability to call legendary heroes from different Fire Emblem worlds.
Last year, Nintendo made waves when it announced that it would finally be rolling out games for smartphones and tablets.
Nintendo has been making a push into “smart devices” for a little while now, with its first attempt being the social app, Miitomo.
Back in September, Nintendo made waves by announcing its first major video game entry for mobile devices, an iOS-exclusive in Super Mario Run.
Nintendo’s first game for the smartphone generation is a side scrolling, automatic runner. Super Mario Run brings decades of nostalgia into the palm of your hands. And of course, before it gets here, you want to know everything about it. Read on.