For those worried about Nintendo this quarter, don’t be. Nintendo has released their financial results for the second quarter of 2015 (July 1 to September 30) showing they are once again financially profitable. After the quarter, Nintendo has ended off with 113.959 billion yen ($947 million US) in net sales, 7.28 billion yen ($65 million US) operating profit, and 3.182 billion yen ($26.4 million US) net profit. Accordingly, Nintendo is foreseeing a rosier future and have changed their 2015 projections to be slightly upward.
In terms of console sales, the Nintendo 3DS is up another 2.28 million units since last quarter and Wii U is up 1.19 million units — this makes the total number sold 54 million and 10.73 million, respectively. Amiibo sales figures are 21 million with “robust” success for the amiibo card line. Additionally, both Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer and Super Mario Maker have joined in the one-million club selling 2.02 million and 1.88 million, respectively.
Last but not least, Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima assures that he will be talking about Nintendo and DeNA’s mobile game later today — no word on Nintendo’s loyalty system.