Details continue to be scarce for Nintendo's next mobile offering, but we at least know you'll have to shell out some cash at some point.
You can play Nintendo's latest mobile game now on Android and iOS.
Nintendo wants to build a bigger base of potential customers for its more traditional platforms.
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.
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.
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.
Get ready to play games based on your favorite Nintendo IPs on your smartphone and tablet thanks to this new partnership.
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.
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.
A new mobile tower-defense game set in the Star Wars universe has been announced for iOS and Android.