The Wall Road Journal is reporting that Pokemon is making a new card-recreation application, evidently referring to the TCG:
Pokémon Co. is scheduling a new card-recreation application, two people today common with the matter reported. Pokémon Co. previously tends to make actual physical cards that gamers gather and use in competitions. A business spokeswoman declined to comment.
What could it be? Most likely some sort of application to track your card selection? Oddly, they do not point out that PTCGO exists, while I suppose the recreation isn’t meant to be employed as a smartphone application. Possibly we’re having PTCGO for smartphones? Soon after all, we performed the TCG on the teeny-very small Gameboy in the ’90s — and smartphones have much greater screens! What do you consider?
In the similar write-up, the WSJ studies that Nintendo is creating The Legend of Zelda for smartphones. This is adhering to its release on the Nintendo Change in March. The smartphone model will be unveiled someday this year. According to the write-up:
Nintendo’s president, Tatsumi Kimishima, has reported the business plans to extend its cellular lineup to raise income. The cellular games are also intended to entice casual recreation gamers and persuade them to invest in Nintendo components.
Could principal collection Pokemon games also be unveiled on smartphones in the future? Personally, I really don’t want to commit $400 on a Nintendo Change just to engage in Pokemon, nor do most of my friends who are casual Pokemon admirers but not video clip recreation gamers. I’ve generally considered Pokemon would offer like sizzling pancakes if they just unveiled their games on smartphones — Pokemon would absolutely garner many new admirers, as we observed with Pokemon GO‘s runaway achievements. And looking at that there are households with two to 3 little ones, I really don’t consider most can dish out $800 to $one,two hundred to invest in much more than just one Change. This economical stress could definitely damage Pokemon’s revenue in the future, so potentially this would be the resolution?