(Posts: 88; Member since: 01 Sep 2015)
Still ain't sh/t without a mainstream first-party heavily marketed physical controller add-on.
Perhaps there is a handshake agreement that Apple and Google don't infringe too much on Sony's and Microsoft's duopoly when it comes to gaming. And in exchange, the latter two stay relatively quiet on the smartphone front. May not be just a coincidence.
(Posts: 401; Member since: 26 Dec 2014)
I think Nintendo would rather focus on actual gaming for their consoles and handhelds than invest too heavily in the smartphone "gaming" market. I still don't know why people are taking these Nintendo apps so seriously, as if their lack of success would actually affect Nintendo.
(Posts: 472; Member since: 22 Jun 2015)
Nintendo is so stupid not to release a Pokemon game (or port) for mobile, they could literally sell thousands of such a digital app in no time! What are they waiting for??
(Posts: 391; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)
Agree I want a pokemon game!! Or maybe a smash Bros game on the phone would be nice.
(Posts: 333; Member since: 03 May 2015)
It's pretty upsetting they aren't porting any games to mobile but this is going to flop as this isn't even a game.
Who am I to judge though, Nintendo is just sitting on money...
(Posts: 69; Member since: 15 Oct 2014)
Google is s**t out of luck till they put and end to the perceived notion of piracy. But apple's soc is quickly closing the gap of performance between its console betters. And with iCloud saves to play a game on console, iPad and iPhone is promising future only Microsoft can do also. Until then please Sony and Nintendo port games we actually want to play and Bluetooth submit to Apple already so you can shut up and take my money.