Japan's Nintendo slashes Switch hardware forecast after bumper third quarter

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Nintendo also owns a five percent share of mobile developer Cygames, which released action-RPG Dragalia Lost with Nintendo previous year.

Nintendo, the Japanese video game maker behind the Super Mario and Pokemon franchises, reported Thursday that its fiscal third quarter profit jumped 25 percent, boosted by the popularity of games for its Switch console. Nintendo hasn't announced any other plans to include it in a second season pass or in some bundle once the fighter pass has been released.

A new report suggests that Nintendo is looking to release a smaller more affordable version of the Switch as early as April of 2019.

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Nintendo and LINE will co-develop and jointly operate a new action puzzle game featuring Dr. Mario titled Dr. Mario World to be released by Nintendo. The app will be free to download, but will contain in-app purchases.

Together with Nintendo and LINE, NHN Entertainment, which has released and operated various online and mobile games, will take part in the development and operation of Dr. Mario World. The latest game in the series, Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure, came out for the 3DS in 2015.

Something to look forward to: A classic Mario game is being made into a mobile app so that all of the fun can be had on modern devices. "In the mobile business, we aim to create contact points between Nintendo IP and consumers all over the world through multiple applications and to achieve our overall company goals such as business scale expansion". What are your thoughts on the matter?