IGN: In terms of content, take Mario Kart 8, which was a very big success for you guys during its first weekend, is additional content for that game just amiibo right now?
Fils-Aime: “In terms of…”
IGN: …content to support that game and keep it on people’s radars as something they continue to play.
Fils-Aime: “Again, by way of analogy, we launched Mario Kart on Wii and that game continued to sell huge for us over the course of five years. We launched Mario Kart on DS, that game continued to do huge numbers over the course of eight years. We do believe a game like Mario Kart 8 is going to have a very long life ahead of it. Certainly, we think the added play of amiibo is going to help drive it forward. But we think that there’s so much inherent gameplay in the core proposition, that that is going to drive a lot of hours and a lot of purchases of software.”