Nintendo president: ‘we must keep up’ with cloud gaming tech

The Nintendo Switch is one of the biggest advantages of cloud gaming in some ways, from big TVs to portable devices to slip games and carry them anywhere. But Nintendo does not claim to have enough power to do what can be a sea change in how games are developed, reproduced, and sold.

At this year's shareholders' meeting, Nintendo executives thought about cloud gaming, where video games could be streamed from a remote Internet server rather than running on the local console. In addition to believing that technology will be a part of the future, Nintendo "

The following is a quote from Nintendo Shuntaro Furukawa, president of his company, Translated

All games are expected to be cloud games soon We are going to follow the evolution of cloud and streaming technology as a means of delivering games to consumers, and we must follow that environmental change, As the game population grows, you will get more opportunities through the integrated hardware and software development approach to reach people around the world through the unique entertainment that Nintendo can offer.

Nintendo Director Miyamoto Shigeru (Mario , Founder of Zelda and Donkey Kong) said that " "

" There is no doubt that fun games will continue because they run locally, not in the cloud. "" We think it's important to continue to use these diverse technology environments to create unique entertainment that only Nintendo could do. "

Nintendo does not offer cloud gaming services like Google, Sony and Microsoft,

Nintendo's chairman also said that this year's E3 game show will be a huge topic for subscription service questions about subscription services. And will have more in the next few years "Nintendo's policy is to consider whether each of the products we offer will suit the subscription model as we expand our business in the future."

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