The latest addition takes a tip from mobile games.
richard procter December 2, 2014
And maybe smell your hair.
Amid falling profits, Nintendo will venture into the world of health and fitness.
Nintendo is struggling financially and needs a new strategy—but it won’t involve games on iOS or Android any time soon.
Nintendo should do something meaningful with its vast library of dust-collecting games.
Deck the halls with hardcore shooters … or Mario Kart. Help your family and friends decide.
The Legend of Zelda
Nintendo scores a trifecta by coming across as out-of-touch, dismissive of its fans and a copyright bully to boot. Oh, and it will likely lose money as a result. A win all around!
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