Investor Wants Nintendo to Develop Games for Mobile and Tablet

By   /   Feb 27, 2014

Nintendo is the company that is run by its shareholders and the company wants them to always be pleased.

Despite Nintendo’s President believe that their games shouldn’t be brought to the Mobile phones and Tablets, one of the shareholders want to avail the opportunity.

Manager of the oasis Management, a hedge fund ‘Seth Fischer’ is a shareholder of Nintendo and he has sent a letter to the Nintendo’s president which outlines what he feels the Japanese company should do, and the Wall Street Journal has had a glance at it:

We believe Nintendo can create very profitable games based on in-game revenue models with the right development team.

The same people who spent hours, playing Super Mario, Donkey Kong, and Legend of Zelda as children are now a demographic whose engagement on the smartphone is valued by the market at well over $100 billion.

Nintendo are not taking their games to the mobile phones probably because they want to stick with the platforms they have. However, it should be noted that Fischer advice to the company is very good and it is worth a lot.

Anyone who had the chance of playing the old Nintendo games in their childhood would really love to have them on their mobile phones and tablet after such a long time.

With smartphones now integrated in people lives, we can expect that the shareholders of the company will persist on making this idea come to life.

For now though, you can only enjoy the classic games on the Nintendo Hardware.

Do you think Nintendo should port their games to mobiles and tablets? Would you purchase them? Let us know in your comments!

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