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- Dena (OTC:DNACF): FQ4 net income of ¥3B
- Revenue of ¥35B (-3.0% Y/Y)
Fri, Feb. 5, 6:05 AM
- Dena (OTC:DNACF): FQ3 net income of ¥1.6B
- Revenue of ¥33.8B (-1.7% Y/Y)
- The board forecast year-end dividend of ¥20/share, targeting dividend payout of 24.3%
Oct. 28, 2015, 9:59 PM
- At long last, Nintendo (OTCPK:NTDOY) has detailed the launch of its first smartphone game, and it's delaying it until March (and it won't be about Mario).
- During an investor meeting going on in Tokyo, the company confirmed it wouldn't launch this year, but its game, Miitomo, would be ready in the spring, with the company looking at a global launch. The game will be social and focused on the company's avatars, called Miis.
- Earlier this year, Nintendo confirmed that despite its previous resistance to mobile gaming, it would launch five games for mobile devices by March 2017.
- The first game will be free to play with in-game payments for "attractive" add-ons. Other games will have charges to download, the company said.
- In other revelations, the company's new membership service will be "Nintendo Account," connecting hardware, PC and smart device users. Meanwhile, CEO Tatsumi Kimishima says more titles are yet to come this year to promote Wii U and 3DS during the holiday season, though with few details so far.
- Nintendo shares are up 0.6% in Tokyo.
- Updated 10:21 p.m.: Shares have now sunk 8.9% in Tokyo as Nintendo details the delay. The company says it wants time to promote and explain the game appropriately. Mobile partner DeNA (OTC:DNACF) is down 12.6% in Tokyo.
- WSJ live blog
- Previously: Rumor of Nintendo going Android-based: Not the worst idea? (Jun. 01 2015)
- Previously: Nintendo's mobile plan: Five games by March 2017 (May. 08 2015)
Mar. 17, 2015, 6:20 AM
- Dropping its long-standing aversion to mobile gaming, Nintendo (OTCPK:NTDOY) is teaming up with online gaming firm DeNA (OTC:DNACF) to develop games for smartphones based on its iconic game characters.
- "This...doesn't mean smart devices will eat away at gaming consoles, it will create an entirely new type of demand," Nintendo President Satoru Iwata told reporters.
- The two companies will buy ¥22B worth of shares in each other as part of the capital and product tie-up.