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A look at Nintendo’s Q1 2014 financials

Nintendo-Details-Third-Party-Support-and-Online-Functionality-for-the-3DS-2 Posted 1 day ago
By (@NE_Jarop)

Nintendo’s financials for Q1 2014 have been released (that is, for April – June), here are a look at some of the highlights to come out of that press release:

  • Revenue: 74.70B yen (-8.4% year over year)
  • Opt income: -9.47B yen
  • Net income: -9.92B yen

Hardware + Software Sales

  • Wii U unit sales (hardware): 0.51 million
    Financial year – 0.40 million
    Lifetime to date – 6.68 million
  • Wii U unit sales (software): 4.39 million
    Financial year – 4.39 million
    Lifetime to date – 36.67 million
    * Mario Kart 8 sold 2.82 million copies worldwide in its first month on sale.
  • 3DS unit sales (hardware): 0.82 million
    Financial year – 0.82 million
    Lifetime to date – 44.14 million
  • 3DS unit sales (software): 8.57 million
    Financial year – 8.57 million
    Lifetime to date – 171.49 million
  • Wii unit sales (hardware): 0.09 million
    Financial year: 0.09 million
    Lifetime to date: 101.15 million
  • Wii unit sales (software): 1.60 million
    Financial year: 1.60 million
    Lifetime to date: 896.82 million
  • DS unit sales (hardware): 0.06 million
    Financial year: 0.13 million
    Lifetime to date: 153.99 million
  • DS unit sales (software): 2.15 million
  • Financial year: 10.29 million
    Lifetime to date: 938.93 million

Financial Year 2014/2015 Forecast

  • 3DS hardware – 12 million
    3DS software – 67 million
  • Wii U hardware – 3.6 million
    Wii U software – 20 million
  • Wii hardware – 0.5 million
    Wii software – 9 million

For a look at how these numbers compare to previous quarters, check out this thread


Various Nintendo maintenance taking place today for services and games

Nintendo-eShop-logo Posted 3 weeks ago
By (@NE_Brian)

Nintendo is planning a bunch of maintenance for its services and games today.

First, all online shops will be unavailable between 4 PM ET and 9 PM ET (1 PM PT and 6 PM PT). There will also be a five-minute period in which all Wii U and 3DS network services will be unavailable.

That’s all on top of game maintenance for Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper, Poke Transporter, Pokemon Bank, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Code of Princess, and Need for Speed: The Run.

You can find the full rundown of today’s maintenance below.



Nintendo conducting eShop maintenance tomorrow; online stores currently experiencing issues

Nintendo eShop Posted 1 month ago
By (@NE_Brian)

The Wii U and 3DS eShops will be affected by maintenance on Monday. Between 4 PM ET and 8 PM ET (1 PM PT and 5 PM PT), both stores will be inaccessible, as will the Wii Shop Channel and DSi Shop.

We’ll also mention quickly that all of Nintendo’s online shops have been experiencing issues since 5:59 PM ET / 3:59 PM PT. The company is working on the situation and hopes to have all services completely restored soon.



Little Orbit’s E3 2014 lineup

Posted 1 month ago
By (@NE_Brian)

Little Orbit has shared its E3 2014 lineup. The company’s playable games include How To Train Your Dragon 2, Disney Planes Fire & Rescue, Falling Skies: The Game, Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom, Disney Violetta: Rhythm & Music, and Winx Club: Saving Alfea. Head past the break for overviews of each title.



Renegade Kid interested in bringing Retro Game Challenge 2 overseas

Posted 1 month ago
By (@NE_Brian)

XSEED released the first Retro Game Challenge in North America, but has confirmed numerous times that there are no plans to localize the sequel. The company doesn’t believe it would be viable from a sales standpoint to invest in the DS title.

But interestingly, Renegade Kid recently expressed interest in handling Retro Game Challenge 2 for XSEED. Co-founder Jools Watsham said on Twitter yesterday that a DSiWare release “would do great on the eShop.”

Check out all of Watsham’s comments below:

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More details about the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection from former GameSpy general manager

Posted 2 months ago
By (@NE_Brian)

During IGN’s latest Nintendo Voice Chat podcast, former GameSpy Technology general manager Todd Northcutt was brought in to discuss some of the behind the scenes details about the service and the company’s relationship with Nintendo. For those unaware, GameSpy provided the back-end infrastructure for Wii/DS games.

We brought you just a few of these details on Friday. Now you can find a more comprehensive summary below.


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