I just wanna take this is an opportunity to point out that indeed, Dragon Quest XI is coming to Nintendo Switch.
So Nintendo expects to outsell the five-year lifespan of the Wii U with Nintendo Switch within just about twelve months.
Even more money for investors. No wonder they stopped talking in trash in the Q&As.
So Nintendo plans to make even more money than expected this fiscal year thanks to the Nintendo Switch.
“We are planning to release Xenoblade Chronicles 2 in December, and other big titles in the months ahead.”
“Download sales were increased in particular by Nintendo Switch software, pushing total download sales up to 22.8 billion yen (55% increase on a year-on-year basis).”
Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Odyssey as heavy hitters for the second half of the calendar year.
Arms as a million seller as of June 30, 2017.
“The number of downloads of Fire Emblem Heroes is less than a tenth of the number for Super Mario Run, but the total figure that consumers have spent on this title is more than on Super Mario Run.”
Nintendo Switch at 2.74 million, and Nintendo 3DS at 66.12 million units as of March 31, 2017.
Breath of the Wild at 2.76 million sold on Nintendo Switch.
Pokémon Sun & Moon are just a million short of the Kalos region.
Takeda set to retire. That kinda means it’s going to be Miyamoto turn to leave office next generation.
Pokémon Sun & Moon leading the pack at over 15 million sold.
Investors are bound to reap more money than expected with a 50 yen per share dividend increase over the original forecast.
The Switch was so successful, Nintendo had to save money from advertising in order to balance supply and demand.
“The true value of entertainment lies in its uniqueness.”
“We will maintain buzz about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and 1-2-Switch.”
All of a sudden, investors are a lot more friendly with the success of Nintendo Switch.
“Finally, the video game trade show E3 will be held in Los Angeles this June. Again this year, we will not be hosting a large-scale press conference for institutional investors, analysts and the media.”