After over a year of anticipation, Nintendo has finally announced a new Nintendo Direct broadcast dedicated to showcasing the upcoming Animal Crossing mobile game for smartphones and tablets in detail.
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Reggie Fils-Aime recommits to Animal Crossing for mobile devices releasing in 2017, talks broadening the user base
We haven’t heard a word on Animal Crossing for mobile devices since the most recent delay back in January early this year. Now we have a small update from Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime on the topic in a VICE Waypoint Gaming interview.
Nintendo has announced at their latest earnings release for investors that the upcoming Animal Crossing game for mobile devices is facing another delay in release.
With the announcement of Super Mario Run for iOS this morning at Apple’s September event, Nintendo sneaked in a delay for Animal Crossing mobile as well.
Analyzing the free-to-play monetization of Miitomo: what does it mean for Animal Crossing on mobile?
With the recent announcement of the upcoming Animal Crossing mobile game using the free-to-play model (or free-to-start in Nintendo-speak), we thought we’d take a deep dive into the monetization of Nintendo’s previously released Miitomo app to see what we can expect.
Nintendo’s upcoming mobile games for both Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem will be free-to-play titles when they launch later this year in the fall.
Animal Crossing is officially coming to your smart phone this fall, will connect with gaming systems
Only a little over a year after first revealing plans for mobile development, Nintendo announced plans today for upcoming mobile games in the Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem franchises.