On demand, various leading heads of Nintendo talked about the future of the company. Among other things, one has to understand that Nintendo still has no interest in the development of PC titles.
On demand, selected Nintendo leaders talked about the future of the company, addressing different issues.
Among other things, it was about the Switch platform, released in early March, which, according to Nintendo, surpassed internal expectations and is still sold out in Japan, especially in Japan. According to Managing Executive Officer Shinya Takahashi, there are a few surprising and uninvolved projects for Switch in work at Nintendo.
Nintendo: No interest in games for the PC
These should make lively use of the exclusive features of the switch and thus stand out from the titles of the competition. When such announcements are expected, Takahashi did not want to betray. Also, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima lost a few words about the further development of Nintendo.
According to Kimishima, the Japanese company has realized that the PC in the past has returned to its former strength and is supported by an increasing number of developers and publishers, who have left exclusively the consoles and handhelds in recent years. Nintendo itself, however, has no interest in publishing the in-house games for the PC.
Instead, Nintendo wants to continue to concentrate on the company’s own systems. According to Kimishima, games for the mobile platforms are an exception as they are released to alert the players to Nintendo’s brands.