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  1. This morning, Nintendo and mobile gaming company DeNA announced a business and capital alliance to bring Nintendo IP to mobile devices. In this arrangement, both Nintendo and DeNA will develop and maintain game apps featuring characters pulled from Nintendo's formidable roster of recognizable properties. These apps will be playable on smart phones and tablets. Fans hoping to see Super Mario World (legitimately) ported to their mobile devices are in for some disappointment, though. All games developed as mobile apps will be completely original and created specifically for mobile. This also means that there will be no cross releases between 3DS and mobile, or vice versa. Interestingly, Nintendo seems to have left all of its IP on the table as being eligible for app development. Usually Nintendo is very guarded with its IP, so this open approach comes as a bit of a surprise. In addition to game development, DeNA will be helping Nintendo to develop an new online membership service. This new service will be accessible from mobile devices, PC, and Nintendo systems. Nintendo will be relying heavily on DeNA's expertise for this new online membership system. The service is set for launch this coming fall.
  2. This morning, Nintendo and mobile gaming company DeNA announced a business and capital alliance to bring Nintendo IP to mobile devices. In this arrangement, both Nintendo and DeNA will develop and maintain game apps featuring characters pulled from Nintendo's formidable roster of recognizable properties. These apps will be playable on smart phones and tablets. Fans hoping to see Super Mario World (legitimately) ported to their mobile devices are in for some disappointment, though. All games developed as mobile apps will be completely original and created specifically for mobile. This also means that there will be no cross releases between 3DS and mobile, or vice versa. Interestingly, Nintendo seems to have left all of its IP on the table as being eligible for app development. Usually Nintendo is very guarded with its IP, so this open approach comes as a bit of a surprise. In addition to game development, DeNA will be helping Nintendo to develop an new online membership service. This new service will be accessible from mobile devices, PC, and Nintendo systems. Nintendo will be relying heavily on DeNA's expertise for this new online membership system. The service is set for launch this coming fall. View full article
  3. After six years, Nintendo has decided to shutter Club Nintendo. The loyalty rewards program that proved to be popular among Nintendo fans will continue to operate for the next several months before fully ending operation on June 30. In their announcement, Nintendo outlines the shutdown schedule. No Nintendo products released after today will be eligible for Club Nintendo registration. Nintendo customers will be able to register older products, earn Coins, and sign up for Club Nintendo through March 31. After March 31, customers won't be able to earn more Coins, but they will still be able to redeem Coins for games or Nintendo merchandise until June 30. “We thank all Club Nintendo members for their dedication to Nintendo games and their ongoing love for our systems and characters,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales and marketing. “We want to make this time of transition as easy as possible for our loyal Club Nintendo members, so we are going to add dozens of new rewards and downloadable games to help members clear out their Coin balances.” If you're a Club Nintendo member holding onto your Coins beyond June 30 won't do you much good. All coins and Club Nintendo accounts will be deleted and wiped on July 1. To help ease the passing of the program, Nintendo has committed to adding dozens of downloadable titles and reward items to the rewards catalog during the month of February. During that time, all Club Nintendo members will also receive a free copy of Flipnote Studio 3D. Dear Club Nintendo Members, Thank you for your continued loyalty to Nintendo. We launched Club Nintendo 6 years ago in North America, and we’re grateful for all of the feedback that our members have provided on your experiences with our products. In order to focus on planning for a new customer loyalty program for our fans, we’ve decided to wind-down the Club Nintendo program. We are deeply thankful to our members for being a part of Club Nintendo for all of these years. "A new customer loyalty program for out fans," what does that mean? Some are already speculating that this means Nintendo will be adopting a subscription service similar to Microsoft's Live and Sony's Plus services. However, nothing is solid yet. Suffice it to say that though Club Nintendo may soon be gone, its spirit will live on in a different loyalty rewards program. For additional information read Nintendo's full announcement.
  4. After six years, Nintendo has decided to shutter Club Nintendo. The loyalty rewards program that proved to be popular among Nintendo fans will continue to operate for the next several months before fully ending operation on June 30. In their announcement, Nintendo outlines the shutdown schedule. No Nintendo products released after today will be eligible for Club Nintendo registration. Nintendo customers will be able to register older products, earn Coins, and sign up for Club Nintendo through March 31. After March 31, customers won't be able to earn more Coins, but they will still be able to redeem Coins for games or Nintendo merchandise until June 30. “We thank all Club Nintendo members for their dedication to Nintendo games and their ongoing love for our systems and characters,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales and marketing. “We want to make this time of transition as easy as possible for our loyal Club Nintendo members, so we are going to add dozens of new rewards and downloadable games to help members clear out their Coin balances.” If you're a Club Nintendo member holding onto your Coins beyond June 30 won't do you much good. All coins and Club Nintendo accounts will be deleted and wiped on July 1. To help ease the passing of the program, Nintendo has committed to adding dozens of downloadable titles and reward items to the rewards catalog during the month of February. During that time, all Club Nintendo members will also receive a free copy of Flipnote Studio 3D. Dear Club Nintendo Members, Thank you for your continued loyalty to Nintendo. We launched Club Nintendo 6 years ago in North America, and we’re grateful for all of the feedback that our members have provided on your experiences with our products. In order to focus on planning for a new customer loyalty program for our fans, we’ve decided to wind-down the Club Nintendo program. We are deeply thankful to our members for being a part of Club Nintendo for all of these years. "A new customer loyalty program for out fans," what does that mean? Some are already speculating that this means Nintendo will be adopting a subscription service similar to Microsoft's Live and Sony's Plus services. However, nothing is solid yet. Suffice it to say that though Club Nintendo may soon be gone, its spirit will live on in a different loyalty rewards program. For additional information read Nintendo's full announcement. View full article
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