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Nintendo and DeNA have launched their joint venture, Nintendo Systems

Nintendo and mobile firm DeNA have officially launched their new venture today which is named Nintendo Systems. This new venture will see the companies join forces to improve the digital part of Nintendo’s business and will ultimately achieve their aim of planning, development and operation of new services. The companies announced that they were joining forces in November 2022 and today Nintendo Systems is live alongside a new corporate website which is in Japanese. Here’s it translated:

“Nintendo Systems was born in April 2023, led by a team of engineers from Nintendo and DeNA to create a system that facilitates the delivery of Nintendo’s entertainment to our customers.

Amidst the many technological innovations in the world, while valuing the spirit of originality and flexibility, members with various strengths engage in lively discussions and work faithfully to create systems with the aim of achieving great results that cannot be achieved by one person alone.

The technology surrounding the Internet is changing at a dizzying pace and increasing in complexity every day.

In this context, Nintendo Systems will leverage the relationship of trust between Nintendo and DeNA that has been nurtured through a partnership of over seven years to create new innovations for the world, driven by Nintendo’s originality and DeNA’s knowledge of technology.

The development of technology surrounding entertainment is expected to continue to grow.
We will continue to take on the challenge of bringing smiles to the faces of as many customers as possible through Nintendo’s entertainment by incorporating a diverse range of technologies.”


7 thoughts on “Nintendo and DeNA have launched their joint venture, Nintendo Systems”

  1. Physical games are dying out incredibly fast, digital is taking the centre stage, hopefully this also means a better online games selection meaning gamecube games (at last).

    1. Glad I wasn’t the only one who saw it that way. I guess as a company they still need to have a public mission statement or whatever, but outside of knowing who Nintendo is as a company, this is all just nothing speech

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