Nintendo just needs to make a game that sells 30 million copies every 3-5 years, that’s what Miyamoto wants

Nintendo just needs to make a game that sells 30 million copies every 3-5 years, that’s what Miyamoto wants

How can we be sure of this? Nintendo Continue to succeed? Simple, just publish a game that can be sold. At least 30 million copies, every three to five years.

To say it is Miyamoto Himself, the father of Super Mario and a historical figure for Nintendo. This is what we find out through a Japanese interview translated using a machine translator (and therefore unreliable down to the last detail) that appeared in the Japanese magazine Famitsu in January 2024.

What Miyamoto would say

Based on what was stated during the interview Miyamoto argued that achieving great success secures the company. However, if employees continue to make it their goal to make a great game, things will eventually work out because someone will succeed. In Miyamoto’s view, he only builds one every three to five years.

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According to the interview, they are considered a success for Miyamoto. 30 million copies. If you don’t have a clear idea of ​​how big it is, know that one of the biggest successes in recent years is Elden Ring which, between PC, PlayStation and Xbox, has sold 25 million of the base game in two parts and a year. Half a year after its release.

Nintendo It can boast of “only” four games that have surpassed this number on Nintendo Switch:

Tell us, what other epics might reach these numbers in the future?

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