Entries in 'dena' (21)
Update: Nintendo has now confirmed that unlocking all of Super Mario Run's content will set UK consumers back £7.99.
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,
More than 10m people worldwide have signed up to Miitomo, Nintendo’s first foray into the mobile games space.
Nintendo has revealed just how well its first foray into the mobile gaming space is doing.
Japanese mobile giant DeNA has announced it is closing down its Transformers title Battle Tactics this May
Mobile games company DeNA Group has confirmed layoffs at its Singapore office.
Japanese mobile giant DeNA has been discussing details of its Nintendo partnership with investors.
DeNA has said that all of the games it currently has in development for Nintendo will be free-to-play.
Fans and investors alike have been left flat after Nintendo revealed its first smartphone app.
It seems that Nintendo could well announce its first smartphone game tomorrow.
It looks like Nintendo’s long-awaited foray into the mobile sector is still on track for the end of the year.
It is inevitable that there will be a smartphone game that will generate $10bn in the West.
Japanese publisher DeNA has laid of an unspecified but reportedly significant number of employees in the US.
Mobile games firm DeNA wants its partnership with Nintendo to rake in more than $25m a month, the firm’s CEO has said.
On Tuesday March 17th, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata surprised a gathering of press with a major announcement about the future of its business.
Find out who Nintendo's new partner DeNA is in this week's double issue of MCV.
Nintendo’s change of mind in deciding to bring its titles to smartphones did not come about because the company believed it had run out of options.
Smartphone experts say that Nintendo’s move into the mobile market will boost Wii U and 3DS sales, not harm them.
Today’s news of Nintendo’s long-awaited move into mobile gaming will provide a lift to the company’s ongoing hardware aspirations.
Nintendo today announced a new deal that will see its classic characters feature in games for smartphones.
Free-to-play mobile release Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is heading to North America this spring, Square Enix and DeNA have announced.