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Jul 14 2017
“It sends a signal that one of the A-list developers in the world is bringing one of their top games to the Switch, and you can also make the point when they do that that others might follow.” said Serkan Toto speaking about Nintendo. It’s one of the 176 quotes about Nintendo you can find on this page. 95 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Atul Goyal and Reggie Fils-Aime. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Atul Goyal

Switch has turned out to be a stealth hit and is positioned to drive Wii-type [the company's last successful console] software sales and profits cycle. Switch's appeal to core-gamers (vs. Wii to casual gamers) is likely to drive higher attach-rate and higher earnings than Wii-era. Nintendo is also actively targeting and courting its core-gamers with a very powerful game line-up in the year 1 of Switch's launch. We believe this is the most powerful and attractive line-up of any Nintendo game console

Serkan Toto

It sends a signal that one of the A-list developers in the world is bringing one of their top games to the Switch, and you can also make the point when they do that that others might

Serkan Toto

People were buying the 3DS just because of the game. A lot of investors are expecting a similar effect with the

Rob Lloyd

Without visibility into the product they can deliver to us ... it is tougher for us to raise our

Jim Cramer

Nvidia makes the best graphics processors around. Gaming was up 49 percent as this company makes graphics chips that can run gorgeous games on your PC or power the new Nintendo Switch, which is the hottest console in the universe. Amazon Web Services, Facebook, [Alphabet's] Google, IBM and Microsoft all rely on their chips – who else is there – to power their cloud platforms because of Nvidia's artificial intelligence

George Jijiashvili

The key driver of Pokemon Go's achievement has been the strength of the Pokemon brand that has been built up over the last 20 years and the strong nostalgia element associated with it. It is unsurprising that Nintendo saw increased sales of their game consoles, because those who enjoyed Pokemon games as kids in the 90's and early 2000's are now adults with disposable

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

The brand has been reinvigorated and now with that revitalized branding of the licenses, this year and into next year is about pushing on with new differentiated cutting edge

Serkan Toto

Nintendo is focusing on the Switch now because the company is fundamentally a console maker. Once they start taking mobile games seriously, sales will go back

Tatsumi Kimishima - Nintendo

I was relieved by a strong start of the Switch. If the 10 million target is achieved... that means the sales momentum would be close to the

Jay Defibaugh - CLSA

Our point is that, unlike for the very successful Wii, many of the unique aspects of the Switch platform are not the main factors behind strong early sales, which leaves Nintendo vulnerable to the structural shortage of third-party titles, deficient online offering, and weaker

Billy Pidgeon

True to past form, they're trying to stay out of the fray with the competition by not making a high-end console. Switch bridges the home and the portable console. ... I think they're taking a long view here. They're playing a long

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

Just seeing the words Zelda and Mario in the same breath, in the same year - I can't remember that ever happening. That's really good, but what are the odds that Nintendo keeps that going with two of the big IPs in the same year. There's no way. They just haven't done that in the past. ... If they don't have three games that everybody wants, it's going to be hard for people to justify buying

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

I think [Tatsumi Kimishima] has no idea what he's talking about. The Wii sold 100 million units – and sold 14 million the first year. I would really be surprised if this thing sells 14 million this year. But then the Wii sold 19 million the next year. And that's not going to happen [with Switch] unless grandma starts playing [with it]. ... I don't think there's anything about this device that is so novel that grandmas are going to start playing 'Zelda' on

Billy Pidgeon

I'm sure some people right now are not going to jump on getting a Switch because it's $299 and there's only one killer game. But when there are three, four, five, six or seven killer games, you'll see those people jumping. And it will result in a higher attach rate, which is what's really

Phil Spencer

We've created the most powerful console with you in mind. We've created the most powerful development platform with our industry's creators in mind. And, we're unifying players across PC and console with Xbox Live, the fastest, most reliable multiplayer network and Beam, the next generation streaming

John Strong

One of the huge influences on me was not even the real John Motson, but the John Motson on the FIFA video games, because part of me becoming a total die-hard in the sport was my Nintendo 64 for my 13th birthday with FIFA 98. And then the American style, one of the key tenants of that is the storytelling, because as American sports broadcasters, you have infinitely more access to players and coaches than you do as a soccer announcer anywhere else in the world – it's not even

Roland Barthes

Since we can no longer tinker with the object itself, we are reduced to tinkering with the way it is

Kouichi Kawamoto

It's been a long time since I've looked a person in the eyes like

Lauren Mooney

Every day millions of internet users ask Google life’s most difficult questions, big and small. Our writers answer some of the commonest queries. If you’ve asked why theatre matters, there’s every chance you actually work in theatre – and are having the kind of late-night solo Drinks Party of the Soul in which, after a bottle of £4.99 corner-shop wine, you end up searching “why theatre matter”, “work theatre no money” and, eventually, “law conversion cheap free”. On the offchance that isn’t you though, what you probably mean is: why, in a world with HBO and Imax and the Nintendo Switch, do we still need theatre? Hasn’t entertainment sort of naturally evolved from, you know, all that?feedback

Phil Lloyd

We've got a huge amount of respect for the game [Nintendo and Niantic] built. They have helped people like us accelerate conversations, because now people know [the game mechanics] and it's very easy to get across the concept. … But while we are similar, we're also not. The entire point of Snatch is brand integration. This isn't all about big global brands. This is about small medium and large brands. … And part of the interest for brands is people really respect the contents of the parcel. Once you've got one, you really work to keep it for six

Lewis Ward

Switch is on track to ship 2 million by the end of March, so that's a solid start. I expect the Switch to sell much better in its first year than Wii U, but fewer than Wii did in the same period. Breath of the Wild is being heralded as one of the best games of the year already. I suspect that this Zelda launch title is a key reason why first week sales have been

Serkan Toto

The screen of death is a known problem for all types of consoles, especially the first versions. It's not a mass

Ravi Chakrabarti

Honestly, I think I've never played this much. This is the most I've ever played. It's become something that I rely on, so it's become therapeutic for me. iZombie was my big break into acting, but I'd been acting for seven or eight years prior to that. There was a lot of free time. Gaming back then, I loved it and I did it a lot. But, it had a different kind of connotation to it, because I was this unemployed out of work actor living at my parents house. So, when you stay upstairs playing video games eight hours a day, it looks bad, right?feedback

Ravi Chakrabarti

I think Crash Bandicoot's the only game she gives a shout out to. Her brother was a gamer, so she played that and she hasn't really touched it since. So, I had this ploy. I think I brought her round one night for tea ... And I started with Unfinished Swan because she's arty farty. I looked at all the books she reads and she does tapestries and I was like, I can get her on this one.' And she really took to indie titles, so what started off with Unfinished Swan turned into Surgeon Simulator. We did Octodad, I Am Bread, and she absolutely loves these innovative indie

Ian James Corlett

Every toy back in those days had its own cartoon attached to it. It was a means to an end for the marketing company. It was way before games were revered the way they are now. We just sat down and wrote fun little stories so they could involve as many Nintendo characters as

Serkan Toto

I think the concept alone is a game changer. The Switch is a clear reflection of Nintendo's background as a toy

Aaron Yip

In the sense, where the games may not necessarily look the prettiest, they may not always have the most powerful consoles but where they position themselves differently is the way you play

Joshua Clay

For the average consumer seeking a new console, they want to be able to spend the least money, be able to keep up with all the biggest releases and play the same games as their friends, none of which they can currently do with Nintendo

Shinya Takahashi - Nintendo

Really the goal with the Nintendo Switch is to reach as broad an audience as

Lewis Ward

I'm predicting Nintendo is going to be viewed in retrospect at the end of the year as 'Back in the

John Hussey

Knowing I could get the 'Zelda' game both at home and on the road, at this stage in my life that's essential. I can't sit around at home and play a 70-hour game, but if I'm on airplanes or hotels, it's perfect for

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

While we expect the Switch to be successful, we believe that the hardware will require significant third-party software support to remain a hot seller. We won't know too much about third-party support until E3 in June, so we think that it is too early to jump on the Nintendo

Chris Arbogast

There was a huge amount [of interest] leading up, especially on subreddits for Switch and on traditional gaming

Matthew Hudak

Even something like Pokemon Go that did very well, it also faded very, very

Chris Arbogast

From what I've seen in the past, they'll make a decision not necessarily based upon what's going to make the most revenue, but what's going to be the most unique and different, enjoyable

Matthew Hudak

The actual volumes for handhelds have still been fairly high. They saw a while ago they needed to shift into [the mobile] space. But the question is, how can you actually do both, because they also want to try, seemingly in the long run, combining their handheld audience with their static console audience. The big thing they need to return to overall, is to be able to attract that casual gaming

Atul Goyal

For the remaining fiscal year, it has now delayed (the) launch of Animal Crossing to next fiscal

Kazunori Ito - Morningstar

Nintendo is learning from their failure from the Wii U and is trying to attract third party developers ... so that more software makers are going to come onto Nintendo's

Kazunori Ito - Morningstar

We believe that they're going to try to ship more than their company's plans this fiscal

Kazunori Ito - Morningstar

As Nintendo's profits recover from solid sales of the Nintendo Switch, I think the market would notice that this fiscal year is just a transition period as Nintendo's strength - its IP - hasn't

Serkan Toto

The strategy is working. Nintendo sold more 3DS units. People went out and bought out a $180 dollar device just to play Pokemon games. It is clear there was a strong effect of Pokemon Go. The Switch is critical for Nintendo. Nintendo will have a difficult time if it doesn't work. It's not like in mobile games, if an app doesn't work, you blew $5 million developing it but you move to the next one, but you cannot do that with a console. Nintendo is fixed in its position in the next couple of years in the console cycle, so it's critical for Nintendo to get

Shigeru Miyamoto

This is so unpredictable. Smartphones are an important part of our

Lim Jae Boem - Pokemon Korea

We have waited very long and worked very hard to launch Pokemon Go in South

Shin Seung-woo

Pokemon Go officially launched its service in South Korea today. The popularity has died down but I'm going to do

Tatsumi Kimishima - Nintendo

Users will be able to try out Nintendo Switch online services for free during a trial period after

Lewis Ward

I think it's going to do better than the Wii U – the design is more interesting. The motion control is

Piers Harding-Rolls

Zelda is not the biggest selling game of all time but it's a title that gamers love and so its release will generate a lot of hype and expectation. They had to launch with something compelling and unique and clearly Zelda is very important for the Nintendo

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

The Wii U was an attempt to make an incremental change and retain the successes of the past but we know this does not work. Creating something unique is what usually proves to be very successful and so we will have to wait and see if the Switch can

Piers Harding-Rolls

IHS Markit expects Switch to comfortably outsell the Wii U but Nintendo faces an uphill task to translate its product vision into mainstream adoption although it will be aided in this ambition through its deep portfolio of games

Tatsumi Kimishima - Nintendo

Nintendo Switch is a brand-new kind of home gaming system that offers a wide variety of play modes. We will introduce the world to new experiences made possible by the unique characteristics of the Nintendo Switch hardware and the

Nobuhiko Kuramochi - Mizuho Securities

Japanese shares will likely stay resilient for the rest of the year. As soon as next year starts, market attention will shift to such events as U.S. jobs

Evan Blair - ZeroFOX

No one wants to pay for anything ever if they can get away with it. And, any time there is a pop culture phenomenon, you will find scammers jumping all over

Spencer Gabriel

Mario is arguably the most popular gaming franchise in the world, yet we see only about 8 per cent of those who try the game actually purchasing it. I don't think this is a statement on the game's quality ... but rather the perceived value when compared to free-to-play games that offer much more content with optional microtransactions that enable players to experience it

Hideki Yasuda

Its main purpose is to create a buzz and boost public awareness of Mario. So all the fuss about the game, including criticism over pricing, is precisely what Nintendo

Masayuki Otani

The stock market had factored in initial disappointment so we now need to see what impact Super Mario Run has on sales of console

Jordan Edelson

If you are trying to position it as a casual game (that can be played) with one hand, you want people to be able to play it wherever they

Steve Bailey - IHS

The NES Classic Mini has stood out for the quality of its realisation and the extent of catalogue it carries, and I think there's certainly more room to be explored on this front, for other platforms, and other console

Steve Bailey - IHS

Nintendo has some of the most commanding IP in video gaming, so sales for similar releases from other platforms/companies may be more

Steve Bailey - IHS

The NES Classic Mini, while far from comprehensive in its catalogue, does cover the bulk of cachet, when it comes to Nintendo's 8-bit IP. I imagine that for many who were sufficiently fond of the NES to want to buy a Classic Mini, its content is near-enough

D.R. Barton

(Nintendo) stock has got 10 or 15 percent more

Atul Goyal

It's not the console that you remember … What you remember (are) Nintendo games, So don't look at console versus mobile, it's the intellectual property (and) the brand that Nintendo brings -- Mario, Zelda, Pokemon … plenty

Atul Goyal

10 percent or so (of users who download the app) are most likely willing to pay, probably even more, In Japan alone, people have bought 25 million 3DS devices for $200 apiece to be able to play Nintendo games. For them to spend $10 to play a Nintendo game on a device they already own (is practically nothing).feedback

Takao Suzuki

That makes reviews by the hard core fans of the Super Mario series ... important, as they will be behind the general opinion on the game that should take shape fairly soon after its

Eiji Maeda - SMBC Nikko Securities

If the pay rate is over our expectation, it's a positive surprise. If it's lower it will be a disappointment for our consensus and stock

Joost van Dreunen - SuperData Research

The nostalgia factor plays a key role here, as an entire generation of gamers suddenly, and finally, finds itself able to play one of their childhood franchises on their phone, two weeks before the

Joost van Dreunen - SuperData Research

After a long period of having no clearly defined mobile strategy, Nintendo is entering the mobile games market at an opportune time. Right as the market is cluttered by an abundant offering, the Japanese giant enters with a highly-visible franchise. Beyond the success for Nintendo, other publishers will be watching to see if a $10 premium model will work on mobile from here on

Eiji Maeda - SMBC Nikko Securities

Super Mario Run's' positive news already priced into the current stock price ... I'm a bit

Kenji Ono

I think it will be a success, but not to the extent that Pokemon GO

Tomoaki Kawasaki - Iwai Cosmo Securities

Some mobile games developers have emerged as clear winners and it's increasingly difficult for others to squeeze into the top

Jean de Rivieres

Together we are creating a place where every guest is a player, every ride is a playground, every visit is a

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

It is another example of how the company is looking to monetize away from the traditional gaming platform. I think you are seeing more effort to monetize these great franchises across multiple

Randy Nelson - Sensor Tower

We have no doubt that first month downloads of 'Super Mario Run' will be historic–likely much greater than 'Pokemon Go' – thanks to months of prominent featuring by Apple, extensive media coverage, and

Serkan Toto

Nintendo is the only company in the world that can put a $10 fixed price mobile game out

Brent Shelton - FatWallet

I also would not be surprised to see another big sales event for toys on Green Monday (Dec. 12), which may not offer Hatchimals or Mini NES, but will have similar pricing on toys that were part of Black Friday

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

Offering a free game with an option to unlock all the available content for just $9.99 will appeal as a pricing point to many. Many successful mobile games, such as 'Clash of Clans' by way of example, have seen an annual spend of over $100/year/gamer. So to set a low incentive (zero to try) and then a low total cost when engaged could set Nintendo on a differentiated path which, ultimately, could be a game changer to address a wider

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

For unlimited use of 'Super Mario Run' it is the price of a just one month of a Netflix subscription, or one month of Spotify premium or a fraction of a traditional game ASP (average selling price).feedback

Atul Goyal

When it comes to the casual game user market, the biggest owner of relevant intellectual property is

Atul Goyal

Consoles will cover the costs [while] the real upside is from the new business that is going to be on mobile, and Super Mario Run is the

Mike Hickey

They are fighting two combative smartphone-related player migrations: a casual console or 'in-home' gamer and/or a dedicated handheld gamer – both are under the gravitational pull to the smartphone/tablet. The value proposition for a dedicated casual console or a portable game device feel antiquated, so perhaps the idea of combining both markets was a compelling competitive positioning for Nintendo to

Mike Hickey

At the moment, the Switch platform does not feel disruptive or desirable and way too gimmicky for a millennial to

Billy Pidgeon

Phone games have been pretty disappointing. That's not necessarily because of the processing capability, but because of the marketplace. People largely choose free-to-play games – and free to play is shackled creatively. ... It's not necessarily a satisfying experience.[Switch] is a different gaming experience and therefore it's worth carrying

Satoru Iwata - Nintendo

During the roundtable discussions there were such arguments about should we make [the Wii U controller] capable of being a stand-alone system or should we make it work only with the [base console] system. We came to the conclusion that this controller is only going to show the images generated and processed by this hardware unit – and sent from the hardware unit wirelessly. That means sharper graphics. A battery couldn't do

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

If [Switch's components are] similar to PS4 and Xbox One, porting should be relatively easy and cost-efficient, which will mean that there should be high-profile third-party games available early on, increasing the system's

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

It is clearly too early to triumph the Switch but it certainly has promise and will provide the latest opportunity to build on Nintendo's resurgent mobile offering. The success of Pokémon Go, as we expected, appears to have led to renewed confidence in fast tracking this new mobile first strategy from

Neil Campling - Northern Trust

There are clearly many unknowns. These include pricing, the technology hardware and performance, the battery life, the amount of third-party support and the inclusion, or not, of VR (virtual reality)

Eiji Maeda - SMBC Nikko Securities

This new product is not a surprise and it was priced into the stock price. The game content does not look so different from the current Nintendo business. I think it could be a disappointment to users and

Masashi Oda - Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank

Things have changed since August when investors were seriously worried that the strong yen would hurt companies' earnings because the dollar was trading below 100

Reggie Fils-Aime

When we articulate the core prop that is [Switch], I am convinced the product is unique and differentiating. There's nothing I've seen ... that dissuades me from that belief. As long as we effectively communicate why you've got to have it, we will do

Reggie Fils-Aime

[It] looks a lot better than I envisioned. Footage of basketball game implies more third party support than expected. ... If Nintendo gets the pricing on Switch right (my guess $200 - 250 including docking station and extra controller), [it will] likely [be] a big

Reggie Fils-Aime

Nintendo Switch allows gamers the freedom to play however they like. It gives game developers new abilities to bring their creative visions to life by opening up the concept of gaming without

Takeshi Koyama - Mizuho Securities

Nevertheless, we will be looking to get a sense of how the NX is different, and what kind of things will be made possible as compared to previous and existing game

Serkan Toto

Sony doesn't have the same power as the Nintendo IP. There is nothing that comes even close to Mario. If the first couple of games from that company just don't work, I think the smartphone game business will see the same fate as the portable game business. Nobody talks about the Vita

Serkan Toto

Japan is a market where Sony and other console makers are struggling to sell units. Sony had to react. People are consuming smartphone games like there is no

Gavin Parry

They held their own kind of Nintendo world and did not want to corrupt their own characters and brands and trademarks by allowing their products or characters to be utilized on other platforms. The internal philosophy is changing and opening

Benjamin Outram

There's a huge saturation of mobiles, there are billions (of dollars) being made in mobile gaming ... and Nintendo has realized that. Nintendo is an entertainment company so will go in whatever direction they can

Tomoaki Kawasaki - Iwai Cosmo Securities

Launching a well-known Nintendo character on the globally penetrated iPhone is one of the best scenarios that investors have hoped

Rodrigo Catril - National Australia Bank

The yen strength over the past 24 hours has been driven by a report published yesterday, noting that the Bank of Japan is struggling to reach policy consensus ahead of its policy meeting on 21

Jennifer Kent - Parks Associates

A new Mario game is likely to be popular not only among the kid/teen crowd but also among the older Millennial generation who grew up with the famous game. Apple is hoping to recreate the 'Pokemon Go' craze of the summer, which also leveraged an established gaming character and a sense of nostalgia to engage gamers from older

Shigeru Miyamoto

We have created Super Mario Run to be perfect for playing on your iPhone. Super Mario has evolved whenever he has encountered a new platform, and for the first time ever, players will be able to enjoy a full-fledged Super Mario game with just one hand, giving them the freedom to play while riding the subway or my favorite, eating a

Bob Dorfman

Top Olympic sponsors pay millions of dollars to the IOC for permission to promote their brands to a massive global audience. Nintendo just did it for free -- with Japan's prime minister as their pitchman. Easily the marketing coup of the Rio

Yasuhiro Minagawa - Nintendo

I want to make that clear. We did not pay. And we are not going to become Olympic sponsors

Bob Dorfman

But gaming and anime are certainly major aspects of modern Japan, and Mario is a universal icon. As someone who doesn't take sports or the Olympics too seriously, I found the whole thing pretty funny and

Piers Harding-Rolls

The latest sales results for the 3DS handheld and Pokemon games reflect the impact that engaging audiences at scale on mobile platforms can have on adjacent

Tatsumi Kimishima - Nintendo

We are now expanding how we leverage Nintendo IP in various ways beyond our traditional use of them predominantly within the dedicated video game platform

Seth Fischer - Oasis Management

This is great for Nintendo. They have an enormous amount of patents, about 4,000 patents; we think they can make an additional 300 - 800 million dollars a year of monetization of their mobile game [patents], as well as, multiplayer

Peter Boardman

Nintendo is moving from a hardware supplier with games to just a game company, with some hardware. You have seen hardware products like Wii U, 3DS and [other] handheld products falling off a

Atul Goyal

We believe the value of Nintendo intellectual property is enormous and will eventually be unlocked over a 3-5 year

Masayuki Otani

I believe Nintendo can leverage the success of Pokemon GO, bringing the game to its consoles or introducing other characters to similar games. This is just the beginning for

Piers Harding-Rolls

It has a knock-on effect on their traditional businesses the handheld devices and brands associated with that. There has been an uptick in sales in Pokemon games, 3DS handheld (console) and there are new Pokemon games later this

Darren Sinden

Of course the hard part of all of these things is monetising them, but I believe Nintendo has set a precedent and I hope they will be able to capitalise on that going

Darren Sinden

What I think they have done with Pokemon GO here is establish a precedent, that a console company can enter the world of online gaming. More importantly a game that is augmented reality. So I think they have proved the business case, they have got some other great characters that may be able to make the jump from the console world into the online and hand-held gaming

David Gibson - Macquarie Capital Securities

The market has overreacted to the Nintendo statement. I believe that Pokemon GO will be material in the company's earnings given the current trends for the

Lisa Gregorian - Warner Bros.

Augmented reality is such a fun application. We decided we'd create these bags that come to

Kit Ellis - Nintendo

This year in addition to 'Pokemon Go,' which has of course been a massive phenomenon, we also have new games for Nintendo 3DS – 'Pokemon Sun' and 'Pokemon Moon' coming out later this year. It really continues that style of game play that so many people grew up

Junichi Masuda

From today you can go out and find Pokemon to your heart's content. We hope the game enables users to see the world in a new, fulfilling way. Obey the rules and have

Junichi Masuda

From today you can go out and find Pokémon to your heart's content. We hope the game enables users to see the world in a new, fulfilling way. Obey the rules and have

Ridzki Kramadibrata

People are crazy about it now. I was there (the National Monument) myself and managed to catch some

Laura Martin - Needham

I think the point is that while Nintendo has gone up 20 billion and they do have IP risks, Apple does not. It is hedged because the next genius that makes a hit game, Apple shares on that one too. So while this one may be transitory, Apple has an option on all future hit games over the iOS

John Hanke - Niantic

The technical challenge for us is having enough server capacity on the back end to handle that number of

Takashi Oba - Okasan Securities

I've never seen the trend of such a big company's shares changing so quickly in such a short period of

Serkan Toto

Over the last decade they never compromised on the software side. That's why they'll blow everybody out of the water once they start to take iOS and Android more seriously than they do now. The successes of Pokemon Go will open the eyes of executives in Kyoto. This is

Han Joon Kim - Deutsche Bank

The market is now valuing Nintendo at US$27bn in market capitalization (ex-cash & treasury shares at BV), on a par with global leaders such as EA and ATVI that respectively have 5% global video game market share vs. Nintendo's current

Seth Fischer - Oasis Management

I hope they will now understand the power of smartphones. And as a result, I hope this means there is a whole change in

John Hanke - Niantic

It's been wonderful to be able to combine our philosophy for these kinds of games with the powerful affinity that people have for

Serkan Toto

Over the last decade they never compromised on the software side. That's why they'll blow everybody out of the water once they start take iOS and Android more seriously than they do now. The successes of Pokémon Go will open the eyes of executives in Kyoto. This is

John Hanke - Niantic

It's been wonderful to be able to combine our philosophy for these kinds of games with the powerful affinity that people have for Poké

Toshiyuki Kanayama - Monex Securities

When you look at the way it's becoming a social phenomenon in the U.S., the rally is understandable even though it's not clear yet how much it will boost profits. People still remember the time when the Wii and the DS became a hit and boosted Nintendo's

Michael Petit - Check Point Software Technologies

The vulnerability from 'Pokemon Go' is due to the fact that Nintendo didn't have a global release of the

Chihiro Ohta - SMBC Nikko Securities

The Nikkei is now on its fourth day of gains, and the dollar is also back around 104 yen, so it is quite natural for sellers to emerge and limit the upside. That said, the market still appears well

Joost van Dreunen - SuperData Research

Let's see how popular it is when it starts raining and fall comes around. Will people still be walking around in the snow chasing Pokemon? ... Just like every other mobile game, it will have to face the retention figures after 7, 30 and 90 days. Chances are we are looking at the mobile games' equivalent of a summer hit song rather than a revolution in the mobile game

William De Vijlder - BNP Paribas

I think people may see helicopter money as a kind of ultimate medical solution. If all else fails, you go for helicopter

Norihiro Fujito - Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities

It's natural to think that there was another factor beyond recovering global risk sentiment lifting the dollar which had been stagnant for a

Al Franken

I am concerned about the extent to which Niantic may be unnecessarily collecting, using, and sharing a wide range of users' personal information without their appropriate consent. As the augmented reality market evolves, I ask that you provide greater clarity on how Niantic is addressing issues of user privacy and security, particularly that of its younger

Margo Donis

I've got a lot of my friends hooked up that haven't played Pokemon before, I've got them hooked up on it

Morgan Jackson

I have no idea if it will work, but for anyone willing to help #PokemonGO players engage with #NatHist, I'll be using # PokeBlitz. Join in!feedback

Mick Hickey

I think it creates a lot of potential excitement for NX. It's crazy the amount of attention this game has gotten. And attention creates awareness. It gets people thinking about Nintendo and there are ancillary benefits for people thinking about the company's IP. It's a positive because it creates curiosity. And Nintendo has had success in leveraging handheld consoles – like the DS – and creating interest in its consoles

Yoshihiro Okumura

Now if we were talking about its next generation console becoming the core platform for gamers, then that would be something to get excited about -- but at the moment, this alone is not

Patrick Moorhead

Most of the current Watch owners are early adopters and the next wave could be 10 times the size of that

Patrick Moorhead

…The next wave could be ten times the size of that (the last)

Phil Eisler

There are different methods of doing 3D. The oldest one is the red green glasses, the paper glasses you probably remember going back to the 1950s. The problem with that is that it only gives you half the colour per eye, so you get a distorted colour when you're in 3D mode. The newer methods are the sequential frame active glasses, such as the ones from Nvidia, the 3D vision glasses which give you full resolution and full colour per eye, and there is another method called micropolarised, which polarizes the light into left and

Satoshi Nakajima - Sony Computer Entertainment

We do recognise that China is a promising market, and we will continue to study the

Yasuhiro Minagawa - Nintendo

We are still not sure exactly what we will be able to do in Shanghai, and thereafter in Greater China. Both with hardware and software, there are many things we have to look into and so we can't say anything

Jennifer Harvey

Today we are doing a lot of literacy work: so when they are using the Nintendo consoles today they are doing reading with them. So they are wanting to find an egg, help it to hatch and look after it so that the creature can grow, which transfers to real life nurturing skills such as looking after a pet or young children at home. Quite a few of the children in the class have got new babies at home which is also nice for them as they are able to know what babies

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