Nintendo has announced their third fiscal quarter financial results which ended up with Nintendo producing an operating profit. Sales were helped by Pokémon Sun & Moon on the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo also announced an increase in their profit expectation for the full fiscal year. Here’s the results in full:

Financial Indicators

  • Operating Income: 26.315bn yen (approximately equivalent to US$231.5m at press time market rate of US$1 = 113.645 yen)
  • Net Income: 49.110 bn yen ($432m)
  • Related entity revenue (Pokémon Go): 16,781bn yen (US$147.7m) YTD, 4.781bn this quarter.

Hardware and Amiibo Sales:

  • 3DS hardware 3.73m for the quarter, 65.3m lifetime
  • Wii U 200,000 for the quarter, 13.56m lifetime total
  • Amiibo sales: 6.5m figures/6.6m cards since April

Software Sales:

  • Units of 3DS software 27.55m for the quarter, 320m lifetime
  • Units of Wii U software: 4.18m for the quarter, 96.5m lifetime
  • Total software sales revenue 159,618b yn (US$1.403 billion), digital revenue 23.1bn yen year to date and 8.4bn yen for the quarter
  • Smart device and royalty revenue (incl. Super Mario Run) 10.683bn yen (US$93m)

Game sales milestones:

  • Pokémon Sun and Moon sold 14.69m units between launch and December 31, already exceeding sales of Omega Ruby/Alpha Saphire (13.68m) and on track to pass X and Y (16.06m)
  • Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS sold 2.01m units in just under a month
  • Mario Kart 7 LTD has reached 14.82m units sold
  • Kirby Planet Robobot sold 1.32m worldwide

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  1. This is very promissing considering the WiiU was basically non existant this last quarter, if the Switch gets Pokemon Stars then you can garantee 10 million sales in a single month. At this point I imagine Nintendo telling Gamefreak to get a move on and make Stars a reality considering the massive proffit that Sun and Moon brought the company I mean damn almost 4 million 3ds sold in this last quarter that is insanely good for a 6 year old portable system.

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    • it sounds better then it is, if it was not for mobile, pokemon, and some padding from 3DS then they would be hurting, pokemon itself already padding as they dont own pokemon. thank god for run, and pokemon go

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      • King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!}

        Actually, Nintendo owns publishing rights of Pokemon just like how Sony owns publishing rights of God of War & the Nathan Drake series or how Sega owns publishing rights of Bayonetta. They have say so of where these games go. So they actually do own Pokemon.

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          • King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!}

            Nintendo (publisher) & GameFreak (developers) are partners when it comes to Pokemon so both companies own a piece of Pokemon. All the smartphone games, video games, cards, merchandise, etc wouldn’t exist if the Big N & GF didn’t agree on them. DENA wouldn’t even be making stuff like Pokemon GO if those two didn’t agree on it.

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  2. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!}

    200k Wii U sales last quarter totaling 13.56m life time sales? Truly pathetic. Least Wii U makes the Gamecube look all the better!

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  3. 200K wii U why I am not surprise. Nintendo really drop the ball. In fact I am right to say there were not software release for this system in 2016???? I just try to think which major software was release this year… if there is one It was so discret that I don’t even remember. I think the last software release I remember is Yoshi wolly… or Mario Maker???

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