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Nintendo's Mobile Partner DeNA Has Decided to Dissolve US Subsidiary DeNA Global

Despite Nintendo's initial success in its foray into mobile gaming, with Pokemon GO [Free] becoming a global phenomenon over the summer, and Super Mario Run [Free] being lined up to be an unprecedented success, some breaking news has suggested that everything isn't necessarily going as straightforward as the prevailing narrative suggests. Today, gaming consultant Serkan
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