Apple vs. Nintendo

November 12, 2009 at 3:13 pm Leave a comment

Just like the president of Nintendo Co. (Satoru Iwata), I myself am a huge Apple fan. I am proud to be the owner of some great gadgets such as the iPhone, iPod and Macbook Pro!

Remember when Nintendo came out with the original Game Boy hand-held gaming device 20-something years ago? Well, this month Nintendo is about to release a new version of its hand-held DS. Nintendo may be very popular among the portable gaming market today, but it looks as if they will be facing some major competition against the rise of the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. However, Mr. Iwata says that there is no rivalry between Nintendo and Apple because he believes that the two companies attract different consumers. Unfortunately, Apple’s head of marketing, Phil Schiller made it seem as if Apple has every intention to take out Nintendo when he said gaming devices such as Nintendo’s DS and Sony’s Playstation Portable don’t even compare to the iPhone and iPod Touch!

DFC Intelligence, a research firm, says Apple products will be dominating the portable game market for the next 5 years. According to DFC, profits from iPhone and iPod Touch games are expected to rise to more than $2.8 billion in 2014, as compared to the $46 million in 2008. Apple users can download videogames at the App Store… some are free and most are under $10. Meanwhile, Nintendo DS games are about $20.

At MyMojo you can download not only free games but also videos, wallpapers, ringtones and music!


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