Jan 28 2014, 11:17am CST | by Ahmed Humayun
The Wii U gaming console by Nintendo hasn’t left the company in a favorable position and right now it is certainly coping with the unsuccessful result of the price cut. Ever since then the company has been planning to enter the Android games and expand the business into this seemingly successful area. Nintendo is currently sticking to a strategy which will allow the company to produce games for their own consoles alone.
For now, they will not be catering to any other console. This came from a report from a Japanese news outlet and it can be categorized as authentic since it has always been right about the plans of Nintendo. The same report has stated that the company is planning to roll out some minigames this year for the Android phones. Nintendo is looking forward to a very positive response from this strategy as they are hoping to attract the attention of casual gamers to their consoles and gaming lineup.
Satoru Iwata, the CEO of Nintendo clearly expressed his views on the smartphone devices and explained how they can help the company. According to him, this is a good opportunity for Nintendo and one which must be exploited right now.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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