Nintendo Offers Smartphone Games On Their Consoles

Nintendo Offers Smartphone Games On Their Consoles
technology

The Japanese company looks for ways to reverse its current downward profit spiral.

Ross Brooks
  • 7 may 2013

In an attempt to start making a profit once again – the Japanese games company is trying to modify their consoles so that customers can also play smartphone games on them.

The company’s latest console – the Wii U – contributed to their loss of more than $30 billion for the year ending in March. Part of the reason is attributed to a lack of popular games to play on the console – which explains why Nintendo are offering the use of professional conversion software to application developers.

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