Nintendo enters mobile gaming era, join hands with DeNA
Nintendo seems to have great plans for future. The company seems to have realized that mobile is the future platform for gaming too and it is all set to go mobile as far as availability of its top games is concerned.
This is the reason that experts have started saying that Nintendoâ€™s most popular game Mario is also going to arrive on our smartphones before too long.
Reports suggest that Nintendo has signed a deal with mobile game company DeNA and the two companies will form a business and capital alliance. In the meantime Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata has said that his company is all set to come out with a new hardware platform, dubbed the NX. But while making the announcement he didnâ€™t reveal much about the forthcoming device.
The new partnership is going to bring many new games from the two Japanese tech companies. The two companies will have the freedom to develop new games for phones and smart devices, using Nintendoâ€™s intellectual property.
Analysts believe that this partnership may help the Nintendo to reorient itself. It is going to allow Nintendo to finally get a piece of the mobile games space, which Newzoo says will hit $30.3 billion in 2015. The other partner namely DeNA, a multibillion-dollar company with strong roots in mobile gaming, will be happy to benefit from Nintendoâ€™s intellectual property rightsto strengthen its already strong foothold in tablets and smartphones.