Mario Kart mobile delayed until summer 2019

Mario Kart mobile delayed until summer 2019

Mario Kart Tour is Nintendo's fifth mobile game after Super Mario Run, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Fire Emblem Heroes, and Dragalia Lost. But now they've finally given up on it.

Nikkei also revealed in its report that Nintendo is planning to release a smaller Nintendo Switch, which is something that has been rumored for some time.

Those burgeoning software sales gave Switch hardware a shot in the arm, with console sales rising by 19.5 percent year-on-year to 14.49 million units. Last year's rumor mill simply predicted a new model could arrive in 2019, but a Japanese report has narrowed fans' expectations based on its sources' intel: Nintendo may have a new SKU with portability and price, not power, in mind. Ultimate is now the fastest selling home console game Nintendo has ever released, with sales currently at 12.08 million.

Racing games are among the most popular in all of mobile gaming.

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The medicine-themed puzzle spin-off of the proper Mario series first debuted in 1990, giving players the task of removing viruses by matching them together.

With the continued success of the Switch and Nintendo's aversion to rapid change, it's hard to imagine a new Switch model launching in 2019.

The sales of third-party games also continues to "grow steadily", and the Switch now boasts 20, 1 million-plus-selling titles.

That would've meant needing a little over 5.5 million in its fourth quarter, however, Nintendo has updated the forecast and brought it down to 17 million for the fiscal year ending in March 2019.

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