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Nintendo wants to build a billion dollar mobile game empire

18 days ago   |   By Phone Arena

Remember how adamant Nintendo was on not entering the mobile game business during the Wii and DS era? Oh, how things have changed. The company now has a bunch of really popular mobile games under its belt, and although it has up until now kept its promise that it wouldn't release a "full-fledged" title in one of its flagship franchises as a mobile game, things may be about to change.
Not in the sense that Nintendo will release the next grand Mario or Zelda adventure on Android and iOS, but in the sense that it will focus much more heavily on mobile than it's been ...
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