Apr 28, 2016 07:07 AM EDT
Nintendo Games Release Date and News: More Details on Animal Crossing; Fire Emblem; and Codenamed 'NX'
Nintendo released two mobile games, Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem. Aside from the Legend of Zelda being delayed and the rumors on newly developed mysterious console codenamed 'NX' - Nintendo finally has made an official announcement that players can rejoice.
Animal Crossing is a popular game especially among woman. The colorful life simulator will enable players to interact with the console versions, as reported by the Fox News. Furthermore, the game is a dedicated system that by playing in both mobile phone and console; users will have better gaming experience.
As for the Fire Emblem, Nintendo has developed a more accessible game than its previous ones. According to the Business Insider, it is a role-playing strategy dedicated for mobile users that has more prominent elements than the Miitomo's. Nintendo will provide more details on both games prior to the release date. iPhone users will be the first to enjoy the popular franchises. The mobile games will be released this fall in US and UK regions whilst Australians can enjoy both games this spring.
In conjunction with the release, Nintendo has partnered up with Japanese smartphone company, DeNA, and planned to ship five games in 2017. The progress is at pace.
After a massive success of Nintendo Miitomo, a social networking mobile app to connect you with the other fellow players, the company seems planning to expand its territory by creating more titles on mobile games. Nintendo's aim to reach different group of players turned out to be on point.
Nintendo, however, did not inform the public through any media release but from its financial report. There are varieties of updates aside from its annual earnings including the Legend of Zelda. The game is set to be the focus at E3 despite the public demands for further details on the highly-anticipated gaming console, codenamed 'NX'.
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