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1、Nintendo is planning on bringing more low-cost games to the 3DS in the future.Speaking to The Nikkei, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said that its classic franchises will be re-created for the 3DS based on smartphone-style titles.In other words, cheap arcade-style games that are often referred to as "time-wasters."The idea is to expand the range of games available on the 3DS in order to attract more people to it.In the past, Nintendo has marketed the 3DS as a premium handheld with a library of console quality games that usually sell for about £30 - £40.It's indie studios that typically provide cheaper titles on the 3DS's eShop.But it seems that Nintendo's new move will be to tap into the appeal that quickfire games have on smartphones - think Flappy Bird and Threes! - making use of its popular characters as a selling point.More trial versions will also be on offer soon in order to boost recognition of Nintendo's bigger titles, as well as to encourage more people to buy them.One of the reasons for this, it seems, is due to sluggish sales of the 3DS this past Christmas. Iwata blamed this on the New Nintendo 3DS coming out at the start of 2015, meaning people were saving up for those, instead.NintendoLife
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