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Nintendo Investor Briefing: Nintendo Going Mobile, New Account System Detailed

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Nintendo has once again held their semi-annual Corporate Policy and Investor Briefing last night, and it did once again contain some new and interesting information. During this meeting, some data was given showing that their sales are improving, and that amiibo are making lots of profit for them, as well as hits like Splatoon and Super Mario Maker. Check out what else was revealed at the briefing after the break!

In addition to these, was more information on Nintendo's new account system, with a new membership service to replace Club Nintendo called "My Nintendo". The account will be easy to use and easy to make, and the membership will have a point program that you can get points on, whether by buying a game, or a mobile app. Finally, Nintendo also revealed that their first mobile app, now known as, "Miitomo", a Mii simulator game like Tomodachi Life, has been delayed until March 2016 for release. You can check out any other information and more from the slides from last night right here.

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