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Updated: Super Mario Run launches December 15th

Update: Nintendo has now confirmed that unlocking all of Super Mario Run’s content will set UK consumers back 7.99. The release date of Nintendo’s plumber mascot’s first foray into the mobile world has been confirmed. Nintendo has revealed that the mobile title will be launching on December 15th on iOS. …

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DeNA withdraws from western markets

Japanese mobile publisher DeNA has dissolved DeNA Global and ngmoco LLC in a filing with the Tokyo Stock Exchange, informally announcing their retreat from western markets, DeNA Global was the company’s San Francisco based subsidiary, formed to oversee activities in the western markets. DeNA was one of the early leaders …

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Miitomo smashes 10m downloads globally

More than 10m people worldwide have signed up to Miitomo,Nintendo’s first foray into the mobile games space. This was announced as part of the platform holder’s financial report today – the firm also announced this news via Twitter (below). Nintendo has also revealed that over 300 million conversations have taken …

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Miitomo has been downloaded 3m times

Nintendo has revealed just how well its first foray into the mobile gaming space is doing. The platform holder took to Twitter (below) to announce that Miitomo has been downloaded three million times worldwide. This follows the app’s launch in the UK and American markets yesterday (March 31st). Miitomo was …

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DeNA closing mobile game Transformers: Battle Tactics

Japanese mobile giant DeNA has announced it is closing down its Transformers title Battle Tactics this May Posting on the publisher’s forums– as spotted by Seibertron–an admin revealed that Battle Tactics was to cease operations in the coming months. In addition, the admin – Nick – announced a timeline of …

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DeNA Singapore office suffers layoffs

Mobile games company DeNA Group has confirmed layoffs at its Singapore office. Tech In Asiareports DeNA has cut an unspecified number of jobs, while moving the remaining majority of the location’s staff to the firm’s Vietnam branch. The office staffed around 50 employees prior to the cuts, and will remain …

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