Nintendo is still updating Miitomo, even though the conversation seems to have moved on.
If not, it certainly seems like an opportunity missed.
Nintendo has a lot to gain by making a controller for smart devices since a significant chunk of its fanbase won't have anything to do with touch screen controls.
People are quickly tiring of Miitomo, but the app is still a solid mobile debut for Nintendo.
But when a mobile game is marked "free-to-play," it's not an automatic sentence to microtransactions and stamina bars.
Early reports indicate people are making substantial purchases in Nintendo's debut app despite its lack of aggressive panhandling.
Early data suggests the user base for Nintendo's first mobile app is active, and it's loyal.
Nintendo's debut mobile app is a compelling distraction that sets out to carve its own niche in the crowded market.
Nintendo's social app is fun, funny, and easy to use, even if you're not in Japan.
When you visit the Miitomo website, you may notice a lack of familiar faces.
Miitomo pre-registration is about to start, but what else does Nintendo have up its sleeve for mobile?
Nintendo goes whale-hunting with a pink bunny.
Miitomo app plays to the strengths of both platform and company. Plus: More games in 2015! Games for girls! Cloud accounts! And the reincarnation of Club Nintendo!