Nintendo’s iQue division moving into game development
Posted on August 16, 2019 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News
Back in 2002, Nintendo established the iQue division – otherwise known as Shenyou Technologies – to make new versions of its products in China. A video games ban had been in place, making the iQue line necessary.
Years later, the subsidiary is turning into a game programming / tool programming assistant for Nintendo games. It’s gone from a sales agency classification to development, testing and localizing. In fact, as iQue explores game development, it is now hiring new game programmers and testers.
Thanks to Raik for the tip.