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Analysts discuss Nintendo's turnaround in 2017, Switch success, mobile approach, and what needs to be addressed in 2018

GamesIndustry has gathered together a group of industry analysts to discuss the big year Nintendo had. They discuss the success of the Switch, Nintendo's mobile push, and what the company needs to address in 2018. You can see their comments below. Game Investor Consulting founder Nick Gibson... "(2017 was) a turnaround year for Nintendo, a year in which Nintendo proved its many doubters wrong.
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