According to a Newswire report by The Wall Street Journal's Takashi Mochizuki, Nintendo is not interested in making excessive amounts of money with next month's mobile edition, Mario Kart Tour .  Mochizuki explains how investors in DeNA, the Japanese developer and publisher involved in the creation of this new Mario Kart game, should be aware that Nintendo "doesn't like the idea of players firing in game purchases and not interested in making a lot of money "from a mobile game.
He goes on to mention how investors" can expect more "from DeNA's Pokémon Masters as The Pokémon Company is" more willing " "to make money from the smartphone business.
In the past, Nintendo used to tell its development partners to fence off nullify possible microtransactions in certain games to prevent too much cost based on players and to ensure the company's brand reputation remains intact Cygames' parent company ̵
Previously, Nintendo stated that it was more interested in making its IP access broadly with mobile devices, hoping the same players would get attached and maybe search for – essential classics from lives. Still, it's hard to believe that he's not interested in making money from his traditional hardware and software business.
Last year, a Japanese company raised more than $ 348 million in revenue from mobile devices, and in the first quarter of 2019, it made $ 85 million. Earlier in August was discovered. Mario World has already made $ 1.4 million in its first month.