- The second item of the second Super Mario Odyssey set is now available: Pauline Statue
With the monstrous success of Super Mario Odyssey on the Switch, it's no surprise that Nintendo would be crossing over their latest console hit with their mobile Mario offering Super Mario Run [Free]. I mean, that's pretty much their entire reason for wanting to make mobile games, right? To get you interested in their console
Here's what #SuperMarioRun looks like on the iPhone X! pic.twitter.com/Sp5qZX5xOc — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 11, 2017 Nintendo felt like getting in on the iPhone X buzz by showing off how Super Mario Run looks on the device. Show More Summary
If you're looking for a good reason to dive back into Super Mario Run, Nintendo may have provided exactly that. They recently announced a crossover event with Super Mario Odyssey, offering a bunch of free items to decorate your virtual space.
There was a Mario Kart 8 Deluxe commercial specific to Target, and now there's a Super Mario Odyssey one. If you've spent any time on YouTube in recent days, you might have caught this spot!
The last time we talked with Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America's president and chief operating officer, the company was stepping into uncharted territory with Super Mario Run and the Switch's revolutionary spin on portable gaming. Show More Summary
With Apple's iPhone X due to launch on Friday, developers, including Apple itself, are rolling out updates to take advantage of the device's larger Super Retina OLED display and unique features like Face ID authentication.
Nintendo has just kicked off a Super Mario Odyssey photo contest on Twitter which runs until Nov. 7th, and the winner will be revealed on Nov. 15th. Players are asked to take their best "joy-themed" Super Mario Odyssey in-game pictures, and then tweet them using the hashtags ?#??????? ???????#SuperMarioOdyssey??#NintendoSwitch?and?#????????????. Show More Summary
One of Nintendo's latest business strategies involves spreading popular Nintendo IP to mobile devices. Toward that front, the company has released several different mobile games, including the likes of Fire Emblem Heroes, Super Mario Run, and the upcoming release of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp next month. Show More Summary
Since its December 2016 release, Super Mario Run has seen nine-digit downloads, but it has not made as much money as Nintendo had hoped it would.
President of Nintendo, Tatsumi Kimishima confirmed that Super Mario Run has been downloaded more than 200 million times across the globe.
Andrew Webster, writing for The Verge: Nintendo’s first mobile game, Super Mario Run, was enormously popular — but that doesn’t mean it was a success for the company. During its most recent earnings report, Nintendo revealed that Mario Run has been downloaded 200 million times, 90 percent of which came from outside of Japan. Show More Summary
Super Mario Odyssey might be a runaway hit for Nintendo on its Switch platform, but its mobile game Super Mario Run hasn't been as big of a success. It's incredibly popular, with over 200 million downloads, but "we have not yet reached...Show More Summary
Nintendo still hasn't found success in smartphone gaming. Even Nintendo's biggest property, "Super Mario," struggled to succeed on mobile. The biggest phone game of 2017, "Super Mario Run," has been downloaded over 200 million times. Show More Summary
Super Mario Run should be the biggest mobile game ever. It's Mario... on your phone. And yet, since its first month on the market, news about the game has been less than stellar. Plenty of people downloaded it out of the gate, but very few decided to pay the entrance fee. Show More Summary
Nintendo’s big move into mobile games is paying off. Super Mario Run has hit 200 million downloads, according to a presentation by Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima. And the Super Mario Odyssey game for the Nintendo Switch has sold more than 2 million units in its first three days. Smartphone revenue was $157 million, up 426 […]
Super Mario Run is getting another Super Mario Odyssey event. This round of content includes the goodies from last time, but with some new ones thrown in. You can find the list of buildings and decorations below. - Cappy - Captured Goomba - Captured Hammer Bros. Show More Summary
These tidbits come from Nintendo's financial briefing. We'll be breaking up various parts of this presentation into separate posts.