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Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing for mobile will be free-to-play

By John Keefer, May 11, 2016 7:55am PDT

Nintendo wants to build a bigger base of potential customers for its more traditional platforms.

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"Does this mean that Tom Nook's debt cycles will now capture people into spending real money ..."

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Mirrativ is a new Android livestreaming app from DeNA that broadcasts whatever is on-screen

By Ozzie Mejia, Aug 27, 2015 4:20pm PDT

DeNA has had a busy year in the world of mobile development and its latest app is a potential game-changer, as Android users will be able to livestream and broadcast whatever is on their device's screen.

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"This seems to backup my idea that Nintendos NX is a handheld that can stream to a TV, or in this ..."

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Final Fantasy: Record Keeper explores the dungeons of 'A Realm Reborn' in September

By Ozzie Mejia, Aug 27, 2015 12:20pm PDT

Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is getting some fresh crossover content in September, venturing to Eorzea to celebrate the second anniversary of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.

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"I think the only reason it hooked me is because I played the games as a kid. As a game on its ..."

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Opinion: Nintendo Should Be a Leader on Mobile

By Steve Watts, Mar 17, 2015 1:00pm PDT

Nintendo is finally entering mobile development in earnest, with a newly announced partnership. But its most recent free-to-play move raises concern that the company is following the trends instead of forging its own path.

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"from another thread https://twitter.com/PeterMolydeux/status/577807369603850240"

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Nintendo enters the smartphone games business with DeNA

By Daniel Perez, Mar 17, 2015 6:34am PDT

Get ready to play games based on your favorite Nintendo IPs on your smartphone and tablet thanks to this new partnership.

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"I kind of wonder if they'll use mobile as an old/new idea/ip testing ground, see what gets ..."

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Final Fantasy: Record Keeper opening its books in North America this spring

By Ozzie Mejia, Feb 26, 2015 7:30am PST

The free-to-play mobile RPG, Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, has been a big hit in Japan since its release in 2014. Today, Square Enix and DeNA have announced that the game will now make its way to North American shores for both iOS and Android.

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"Actually, some Youtube videos make it look like the gameplay is focused on battles with famous ..."

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Transformers: Battle Tactics rolls out to mobile in 2015

By Daniel Perez, Dec 10, 2014 10:30am PST

A new free-to-play Transformers game is currently being developed by DeNA that will allow players to create a team that will combine both Autobots and Decepticons.

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Star Wars: Galactic Defense announced for iOS and Android

By Daniel Perez, Sep 25, 2014 8:30am PDT

A new mobile tower-defense game set in the Star Wars universe has been announced for iOS and Android.

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"Yeah, that is a bit odd. And their page as an odd sign-up feature where it contributes to ..."

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The Collectables is Crytek's shooty first F2P mobile game

By Alice O'Connor, Dec 11, 2013 9:30am PST

Crysis creator Crytek has dabbled in mobile development before with last year's Fibble - Flick 'n' Roll, and now it's having a stab at free-to-play games. The developer today announced The Collectables, which, unlike that little puzzler, is firmly within Crytek's comfort zon...

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"Looks like a very neat game that will probably be a nightmare to play on a touchscreen device. ..."

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Final Fantasy goes free-to-play with Airborne Brigade

By Andrew Yoon, Nov 29, 2012 3:00pm PST

Final Fantasy is finally going free-to-play. Final Fantasy: Airborne Brigade is Square Enix's first English-language F2P social game based on the iconic JRPG franchise.

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Android's Mobage gaming platform now in English-speaking territories

By Jeff Mattas, Jul 27, 2011 4:00pm PDT

Mobage, the social mobile gaming platform for Android, is now available in English-speaking countries from the Android Market.

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No More Heroes and Harvest Moon mobile titles planned for Japan

By Jeff Mattas, Jul 25, 2011 2:00pm PDT

DeNA has announced that some heavy-hitting developers will be working on five new games for its mobile social platform, Mobage, including No More Heroes and Harvest Moon titles.

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