"Delivering unique entertainment that only Nintendo can create will continue to be our top priority."
You'll see me on Fire Emblem Three Houses and Astral Chain. Pokémon, it goes without saying. Luigi's Mansion 3 got a new logo.
This includes the financial results for this fiscal year and the outlook for the one upcoming.
In just one line, Nintendo just wrote themselves a billion-dollar check.
This is for the history books. Captain Toad Treasure Tracker crossed the million on Switch alone.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe stands at number one with 16.69 million units sold as of March 31, 2019.
Nintendo Switch at 34.74 million units sold as of March 31, 2019.
"After the opening in Japan, Super Nintendo World areas will also be built in the parks in Hollywood and Orlando in the US for the enjoyment of everyone."
A refresher on the dream team. (Though someone at time of posting has recently announced his retirement.)
Nintendo is switching from "gaming population expansion" to "offering unique value in an expanded market."
The store's opening is planned to coincide with the opening of Shibuya Parco in fall 2019.
Dr. Mario World's official press release.
"I do not think it is realistic to expect that every major title will become available on Nintendo Switch."
"The Nintendo Switch business is now on a stable growth trajectory."
We aim to further accelerate the momentum of Nintendo Switch by continuing to introduce compelling new software in addition to the popular titles that already have been released.
Software like Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze sold 1.67 million units after its May release, and Mario Tennis Aces sold 2.16 million units after it was released in June.
For Nintendo Switch, hardware sales in every region have been trending upwards since the video game expo, E3, was held in the US in June.
Sales of Nintendo Labo series overall reached 1.39 million units.
Shigeru Miyamoto: "We would rather grow profits as a result of continually challenging ourselves to generate new value rather than investing capital to expand our business."
Shuntaro Furukawa's first ever corporate address.