Super Mario Run
Given Mario's enormous star power, why isn't he more lucrative in the mobile space?
Nintendo is doing its best to prevent its mobile partners from taking more of your money.
Fire Emblem Heroes is doing pretty swell, though.
It's only a rumor, but a it's a feasible one. Which begs the question: Given Super Mario Run's failure to make cash, what can we expect from a mobile Zelda game?
Nintendo isn't a fan of free-to-play, but Fire Emblem Heroes is the company real success story.
Nintendo's had time to find its bearings on mobile. So what do you think?
Nintendo's first mobile had a decent tail, but it looks like Fire Emblem Heroes was announced at the right time.
2017 IN PREVIEW: Nintendo is going to have to re-think how it prices its mobile games, though that doesn't necessarily mean going free-to-play.
Mobile is going to be a growing pillar of Nintendo's business moving forward.
As Nintendo's mobile hit crosses a milestone, the company adds a kinder spin on Toad Rally.
Nintendo first mobile game is successful, but the company is still suffering the slings and arrows.
This past year taught us that it's possible to appeal to people's sense of nostalgia while teaching them new ways to play.
Here's some tips for a masterful run in Super Mario Run.
Here's how to unlock all the characters in Super Mario Run, including Princess Peach, Luigi, Toadette, and Yoshi.
Nintendo's first mobile game isn't as portable as it could be, since an online connection is required.
Nintendo is positioning mobile as part of the company's overall ecosystem, not just a money maker.
Super Mario Run is coming on December 15, and you can try before you buy.
It's just that your idea of a third-party Nintendo probably doesn't match up with the company's own vision.
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