First Mobile Phone Nintendo’s App Will Let Mii Avatars Talk To Themselves

All we have mobile phone that matters from the history of the first Motorola handset right up to iPhone 3G. Apart from that in today’s generation of technology, there are millions of high-end and top-charting phones that are certainly called as smartphones, and apps like Nintendo’s first mobile phone app released, will definitely be focused on allowing user-created Mii avatars to communicate with each other automatically, to evidently help shy people who may be reluctant to reach out themselves.

The oft-mentioned about Nintendo’s new creation was according to The Wall Street Journal liveblog report, translating a Nintendo earnings presentation which took place early Thursday morning in Kyoto.

The new Nintendo’s app, called Miitomo – will not be hitting any mobile phones until March 2016, despite early promises that Nintendo’s partnership with DeNA would eventually result in mobile phones arena this year. Enables the Nintendo community to communicate with each other using their customisable Mii avatars. The delay is partly apparent to allow Nintendo more time to promote the app after holiday titles for the 3DS and Wii U have been released, as per CEO Tatsumi Kimishima.

The Miitome app will be a free to download one, but people will be able to pay for “attractive add-ons,” according to report. What would you get with it? The app will be the foremost of five mobile titles Nintendo plans to release before March of 2017, and subsequent smartphone releases will be traditional play-to-play games, the company speaks.

About its unified “Nintendo Account” service, the game maker also talked a bit of it, which will connect its games across consoles, PCs, and phones. The cloud-based service will allow saved data to be transferred between mobile titles and console games, Nintendo said, and promised to reveal more about its still-amorphous mobile gaming plans earlier in the week.

Nintendo’s stock drop downed nearly 10% on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in the minutes following the introduction of a delayed entry into the mobile market, before recovering slightly as of press time.

Miitomo will be a free-to-play title with in-app purchases.
Nintendo announced it had shipped a whopping 21.1 million Amiibos to date, including 6.4 million in the three months ending in September. The majority of those sales come from North America. Beyond that, the company never revealed any information about its next console, codenamed NX, was announced in March – as a dedicated gaming platform with a brand-new concept.