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Aunque la aplicación es anecdótica (relacionada con el mundo Pokemon), es la primera que lanza la compañía de videojuegos para iOS y un primer paso en lo que parece será una expansión hacia los móviles

 

Japan-only Pokédex by Nintendo, WhatsApp Messenger, Walgreens, Kingdom Rush HD, and price drops

 

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1. Pokédex | 170 Yen (about $2.06 USD)

 

Japan-based Nintendo just released its first paid iOS app, called “Pokédex“, in its home country. According to EuroGamer, a version of the existing 3DS Pokédex app is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPhone in Japan’s App Store. The Pokédex app is initially Japan-only, but it comes with the full Pokémon encyclopedia, and users could purchase four additional monster packs for about $6.18 USD each. The paid app is not Nintendo’s sole iOS app, however, as the game developer also released a Japan-only free app, called “Pokémon Say Tap“, for a limited time last year.

 

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Por ahora solo disponible en Japón

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La aplicación es de The Pokémon Company, y NO de Nintendo

 

Y los juegos Game Freak and Creatures Inc., pero Nintendo como distribuidora posee los derechos de comercialización, así que PIkachu no se mueve sin el permiso de Nintendo :D

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La aplicación es de The Pokémon Company, y NO de Nintendo

 

Y los juegos Game Freak and Creatures Inc., pero Nintendo como distribuidora posee los derechos de comercialización, así que PIkachu no se mueve sin el permiso de Nintendo :D

 

Nintendo sólo distribuye los juegos para sus consolas, no posee los derechos de comercialización de Pokémon, de hecho Pokémon Company hace muchas cosas sin Nintendo, incluso lanzó su propia "consola", y eso sin mencionar el juego de cartas de TGC y su prácticamente nula relación con Nintendo.

 

En su momento, con Pokémon Say Tap, Nintendo negó tener relación alguna.

 

Para quien crea que los móviles son el negocio del siglo. Nintendo en un trimestre reporta ingresos muy superiores de los que Apple ha repartido a todos sus desarrolladores desde que se lanzó la App Store hasta el 2011.

 

Y para que todavía piense que las ventas de consolas están decayendo por culpa de los móviles, Nintendo 3DS es la consola que más rápido se esta vendiendo en la historia. Si algo está cayendo son las ventas de los iPods. tongue.gif

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Nintendo sólo distribuye los juegos para sus consolas, no posee los derechos de comercialización de Pokémon, de hecho Pokémon Company hace muchas cosas sin Nintendo, incluso lanzó su propia "consola", y eso sin mencionar el juego de cartas de TGC y su prácticamente nula relación con Nintendo.

 

En su momento, con Pokémon Say Tap, Nintendo negó tener relación alguna.

 

Pokemon Company es total y absolutamente de Nintendo, porque te crees acaso que no hay versiones para las consolas de sony o microsoft.

 

Si vas a poner un enlace para confirmar tus afirmaciones, por lo menos léetelo hasta el final, hay mismo dice que Nintendo es propietaria del 32% de pokemon company, y eso nintendo como marca, ten por seguro que el resto de acciones pertenecen a los directivos de nintendo, pero ya a nivel personal, por eso no aparecen en ese %.

 

¿Como puede tener una compañía una "practicamente nula relación con nintendo" cuando todos los juegos que sacan son en exclusiva para ella?

 

¿Que por que la tiene separada de la compañía principal? pues seguro que son temas fiscales, administrativos, de gestión, y para en casos como el que has enlazado poder limpiarse las manos y decir que ellos no tienen nada que ver.

 

Edito: ¿quieres fuentes más fiables que una nota de prensa en una web española?: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pokemon_Company

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Nintendo sigue con las app's para iOS (aunque algunos lo llamen juego): Nintendo to debut first smartphone app 'Miitomo' in spring 2016

 

 

The Japanese gaming giant announced Miitomo during an investors conference in Tokyo, and while most expected a gaming release, The Wall Street Journal describes the upcoming title as more of a communications app.

 

In Miitomo, users can design their own "Mii" avatars, a feature introduced with the Wii console years ago, and talk to other app users. According to executive Shinya Takahashi, the app's mechanics will encourage people to open up about themselves. Exact "gameplay" was not discussed, though Nintendo plans to market in-app purchases that will somehow figure into the equation.

 

Miitomo is the first of five mobile apps Nintendo is developing for release by March 2017. Initial estimates pegged a first launch before the end of 2015, but CEO Tatsumi Kimishima said the company needs more time for proper promotion.

 

Nintendo also announced a new membership service called My Nintendo for storing character and game data in the cloud. Users will be able to migrate files and other online assets between mobile operating systems and consoles, while a built in communications module will enable online chats.

 

Nintendo's plan to bring gaming titles, including classic franchise properties, to mobile operating systems like iOS was revealed in March when the company announced a partnership with mobile app developer DeNA. As part of the deal, the two firms bought into each other for $181 million.

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Sony también estaría pensando portar juegos a iOS, al menos en Japón y Asia: Sony to bring popular PlayStation titles to Apple's iOS in Asia and Japan

 

 

Like its rival Nintendo, Sony appears to be taking a soft approach to the lucrative smartphone gaming market, announcing on Thursday that it will bring some PlayStation titles to iPhone gamers in Japan and Asia.

 

Sony will undertake this initiative with a new company it has formed called ForwardWorks. In a press release, Sony said ForwardWorks "will leverage the intellectual property of the numerous PlayStation dedicated software titles and its gaming characters, as well as the knowledge and know-how of gaming development expertise."

 

The goal of ForwardWorks is to give gamers the ability to "casually enjoy full-fledged game titles." The division also plans to "deploy new services" on both iOS and Android.

 

Previously, Sony attempted to crack into the mobile gaming market with its PlayStation Mobile development kit for Android, as well as the Xperia Play phone. Sony also sells the PlayStation Vita dedicated gaming handheld, but has failed to compete with Nintendo's market leading 3DS in that space.

 

Nintendo launched its own iPhone game, "Miimoto," earlier this month. Much like Sony's plans, Nintendo's first iOS title remains region locked, for now, to Japan.

 

Console makers Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft have seen a tumultuous few years after Apple's iPhone, iPad and iOS App Store ushered in the era of bite-sized mobile gaming. With developers focused on iOS, Android and other mobile platforms, traditional console makers have been largely relegated to the living room, the main exception being Nintendo's 3DS.

 

Sony did announce last fall that it plans to allow PlayStation 4 gamers to stream titles to Mac, as well as Windows PCs. Sony's Remote Play feature uses a local Internet connection to stream gameplay video, processed by the console.

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Nintendo lanza una versión de Pokemon para iPhone: 'Pokemon GO' Begins Rolling Out in the App Store

 

 

Nintendo, The Pokemon Company and Niantic's augmented reality game Pokemon GO is rolling out in the App Store now. The game is available in New Zealand, Australia and is propagating through the App Store around the world and in the U.S.

 

The game uses augmented reality and real-world maps to allow users to venture into the real world to look for Pokemon to capture. Once collected, Pokemon can be leveled up, traded and used for battle. They can also be assigned to defend Gyms from other players. Gyms, like Pokemon, can be found by wandering out into the real world.

 

When a player is wandering through their neighborhood and a Pokemon is nearby, the game will send the player a notification. Certain Pokemon and items are only available in select locations. For instance, water Pokemon are available near bodies of water while certain PokeBalls are located near museums and other points of interest.

 

Players can also purchase an optional accessory called Pokemon GO Plus, a wrist-worn device that syncs with the game and alerts users to events happening in the game within their physical vicinity, like the appearance of a new Pokemon.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sj2iQyBTQs

 

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Como aplicación de realidad aumentada puede ser un bombazo... y va a resultar curioso ver a la gente por la calle cazando pokemons :D

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Primer juego exclusivo de Nintendo para iOS (y gratuito): SUPER MARIO RUN

 

 

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Descripción

 

¡Un nuevo juego de Mario para jugar con una sola mano!

 

Por fin Mario da el salto al iPhone y al iPad, y esta vez podrás jugar con una sola mano.

 

Aunque este sea tu primer encuentro con Mario, ¡no podrás dejar de jugar!

 

En este juego avanzarás sin parar por cada nivel, ejecutando diferentes saltos según en qué momento toques la pantalla. Dependerá de ti que tu personaje se luzca con maniobras espectaculares, reúna monedas y llegue a la meta.

 

Super Mario Run tiene tres modos de juego diferentes:

-El primer modo incluye estimulantes niveles.

-El segundo modo te permite competir contra los datos de juego de usuarios de todo el mundo para determinar quién completa el nivel con más estilo.

-En el tercer modo podrás crear tu propio Reino Champiñón con las monedas obtenidas en los modos anteriores.

 

Incluye compras en la aplicación.

 

Esta App se ha desarrollado tanto para iPhone como para iPad

 

Gratis

Categoría: Juegos

Publicado: 07/09/2016

Versión: 0.1

Tamaño: 1.2 MB

Idiomas: Español, Alemán, Francés, Inglés, Italiano, Japonés, Neerlandés, Portugués, Ruso

Desarrollador: Nintendo Co., Ltd.

© 2016 Nintendo Co., Ltd.

Clasificación 4+

Compatibilidad: Requiere iOS 8.0 o posterior. Compatible con iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro de 12,9", iPad Pro de 12,9" Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro de 9,7", iPad Pro de 9,7" Wi-Fi + Cellular y iPod touch (6ª generación).

 

Imágenes para iPhone y para iPad:

 

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Para jugar a Super Mario Run será necesario estar conectado a Internet: Super Mario Run requires a persistent internet connection to play, no offline mode due to piracy concerns

 

 

Super Mario Run is set to debut next week; the first Mario game for iPhone. In the game, Mario runs forward automatically and players use one finger to make him jump up onto new platform, avoid obstacles and collect coins. Both Apple and Nintendo is hyping its launch with demos at retail stores and a round of press interviews.

 

However, one tidbit is putting a bit of a downer on the whole thing. It turns out that Super Mario Run will require a persistent internet connection to be playable, which significantly limits the appeal of a mobile game …

 

In an interview with Mashable, producer Shigeru Miyamoto explains that Super Mario Run will require a constant connection to a network for the game to be played, as the company is worried about software piracy.

 

The game is free to download but features a one-time $9.99 purchase to unlock all levels. iOS software piracy is possible on jailbroken devices with app stores dedicated to downloading cracked apps and games.

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Otra app de Nintendo para iOS, un juego de rol: Fire Emblem Heroes

 

 

¿Qué es Fire Emblem?

 

Fire Emblem es una larga saga de juegos de rol por turnos con una profunda carga de táctica que se acentúa con cada movimiento.

A medida que se desarrollan sus historias, encontrarás y perderás muchos aliados.

¿A quiénes elegirás y cómo usarás sus habilidades?

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Fuente

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWOcLSD_D1I

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