Nintendo released a huge update for Miitomo today, which added highly requested features such as private messages and room customization.
In a new conversation interview between producer of Miitomo, Yoshio Sakamoto, and Shigesato Itoi we learn about the origins of Nintendo's first social media mobile app.
Some may remember that Nintendo's first mobile game Miitomo had a limited launch, only releasing in a few set countries. By the end of this week, Mexico and Switzerland will the next group of countries added to
Miitomo users out there will have the option of grabbing some free Nintendo gear later today. According to Nintendo's Treehouse: Live at E3 Event, the mobile free-to-play game will be celebrating the unveiling of The Legend of
While Nintendo's first mobile game Miitomo received a fairly warm reception, the most notable lobbied complaint is the stinted social features. In an attempt to remedy those complaints, Nintendo has updated Miitomo with new ways to add
Coming off a series of announcements this morning, Nintendo is helping to show fans a small glimpse of the road ahead for the company including its plans for future mobile releases, and so far the company's debut
Nintendo is keeping up their constant stream of pachinko content in Miitomo's Miitomo Drop minigame. The two week old title just added two new Miitomo Drop games, with a "berry" nice selection of fruit-themed clothing. Titled “Lookin'
Nintendo recently launched Miitomo for iOS and Android, the company's first mobile game in partnership with developer DeNA. The game is primarily used for social interaction and surveys between player avatars. Since launch, the game has been
My Nintendo is by all accounts still a fledgling reward system, having launched in the United States only two weeks ago. Regardless, Nintendo has already pushed its first update for available rewards via new content in Miitomo
Nintendo's first major foray into the mobile market, Miitomo, has amassed 1.6 million downloads in its first four days of its US release, according to the industry-tracking firm Sensor Tower.
It seems like Nintendo is hoping to keep the pachinko rewards regularly updated in Miitomo. The barely week-old game just added three new Miitomo Drop games, filled to the brim with Ninja-themed loot. Titled "Stealth attack! Ninja
When Nintendo announced its plans to partner with DeNA and produce mobile games, fans were liekly expecting something other than Miitomo. The app essentially functions as a social media network that allows players to customize and create
Miitomo, Nintendo's first official mobile game, launches in North America tomorrow, and to commemorate the occasion, Nintendo of America shared a few beginner tips on their official Twitter account.
Nintendo is in for a big year of change with the (hopeful) reveal of its anticipated new console and a further push into the mobile market, with the company's debut mobile title Miitomo having been officially confirmed
Nintendo's first mobile title Miitomo has already started making waves in Japan, so it should come to little surprise that Nintendo is already planning their third update. According to a recent photo on Twitter (seen below), Nintendo
Nintendo's first mobile title -- Miitomo -- has only been out in Japan for less than a week, but according to Google Play and the App Store, it trumps its competition in popularity. News comes by way
Nintendo's first foray into the mobile game space has been a success in Japan, with the Miitomo app reaching one million registered users within the first three days of its launch.
Earlier today we noted how Nintendo's first mobile game Miitomo has went live in Japan. The free-to-play title, based on gameplay footage, seems to merge elements of Tomadochi Life, Animal Crossing, and Wii "Everybody Votes" Channel. It
Miitomo, the first of many planned mobile ventures for Nintendo launched in Japan today. The release for the rest of the world is planned to roll out later this month as well, but some players have their