Nintendo's quarterly profit rises on hit Switch games

Feb 02, 2019, 00:33
Nintendo's quarterly profit rises on hit Switch games

Dr. Mario World will be available in 60 countries, and in multiple languages, including Japanese and English.

Well, you can't leave a good doctor down, as Mario is once again making house calls this summer with a new mobile game called Dr. Mario World.

Mama Mia! A new Mario game has been slated to be heading to mobile devices early this summer according to Nintendo as originally announced through this Tweet - also found below.

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The medicine-themed puzzle spin-off of the proper Mario series first debuted in 1990, giving players the task of removing viruses by matching them together.

Beyond a logo and release window announced a year ago, Nintendo has not yet provided any further details about the Mario Kart Tour.

The Switch's increased sales were spurred by major game releases like Super Smash Bros.

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Nintendo was once fiercely against releasing mobile games, but as fate would have it, this would prove a somewhat successful and lucrative endeavor for the company. It's great to see Nintendo in the overall gaming conversation again, especially as someone who loved the Wii U and found it maddening that there were all of these great games coming out that no one played.

However, Super Mario Run and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp didn't quite live up to the expectations of fans.

Nintendo continues to be hugely success in the games console market thanks to sales of the Switch console. It was the first time that Mario had been playable on another game platform. Most recently was Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure on Nintendo 3DS in 2015.

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