Nintendo Co. will soon halt production of the Wii gaming console for Japan, the only major market where its new machine outsells the 7-year-old device.
Nintendo Co. isn’t offering Super Mario games on smartphones. Other people are.
Takaki Kawatsu, a 33-year-old real estate agent, says he’ll be among Nintendo Co. customers who will pass on the company’s next Wii game console.
Nintendo Co. , the world’s biggest maker of portable video-game players, plans to cut the price of its DS handheld device for the first time in Japan on June 19 to rekindle stagnating domestic sales.
Nintendo Co., the creator of the game franchises Mario and Zelda, closed at the highest since August after buying a stake in Dwango Co., a company that provides content through mobile phones.
Nintendo Co., the world’s largest maker of video-game machines, will introduce a bigger version of its 3DS handheld player next month in Japan to help revive profit after posting its first annual loss.
EchoStar Corp.’s Sling Media, whose gadgets lets users watch live television shows on their mobile devices, filed a U.S. trade complaint seeking to keep its competitors out of the burgeoning market.
"We are studying the Chinese market."
- Yasuhiro Minagawa on Sep 28, 2014