Published: Sat, March 25, 2017
Research | By Elizabeth Houston

Nintendo Prefers Super Mario Run's Payment Model To Fire Emblem Heroes'

Nintendo Prefers Super Mario Run's Payment Model To Fire Emblem Heroes'

Nintendo released the game Super Mario Run for Android:- The game Maker Company - Nintendo has finally launched Super Mario Run for Android users after prolonged pre-registration. But the company is refusing to admit its pricing was a mistake.

Despite that Nintendo has no plans to completely run the freemium model and considers Fire Emblem Heroes isolated, they would still prefer the model of Super Mario Run, at least that is what was stated by one of the company officials. Now, expanding the game for Android platform could make more revenue considering the Super Mario fan base. And while it's not expected to suddenly double it sales this long after release, it's also worth noting that those are only figures from the Apple Store; Super Mario Run just released on Android yesterday. The game will be made available on Android on March 23; however, Nintendo will also launch a version 2.0 of the game, which is said to come packed with some additional elements, some of them perhaps being antipiracy-related.

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They worry that trying to fleece customers with microtransactions undermines the value of those characters, and ultimately Nintendo's business as a whole.

When can you expect Nintendo's next mobile title then? Or will it be two outliers to one? That comes from Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima in a report by Nikkei, a Japanese publication. Another goal for Nintendo is to mine the potential synergy future apps could have with the new Switch console, where players pick up the app to get hooked, and are convinced to further explore - and spend more money - on a larger version of the game. This, combined with a major update to the game is certain to expand the quantity of offers originating from both iOS and Android essentially.

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