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Nintendo Q2 FY3/2015 Corporate Management Policy Briefing, Q&A 12: QOL Ecosystem

"Nintendo will not implement this business alone." http://t.co/ZwiAHNZaIL

— DePapier (@NintendObserver) November 23, 2014

Question:

Will the QOL business only be between Nintendo and its consumers or will you build a sort of ecosystem* like the existing video game business, which is open for third-party companies to develop software?

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Nintendo Q2 FY3/2015 Corporate Management Policy Briefing, Q&A 11: Smart Devices

"The application under development is one that utilizes Mii on smart devices." http://t.co/l8BBLRdjbm

— DePapier (@NintendObserver) November 23, 2014

Question:

At a past Briefing, you said that specific details surrounding the large theme of utilizing smart devices would be disclosed within 2014.

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Nintendo Q2 FY3/2015 Corporate Management Policy Briefing, Q&A 10: "Same-Generation Hypothesis"

"A Pokémon game that created very deep, emotional memories for those who played it." http://t.co/XuhNEEMMSx

— DePapier (@NintendObserver) November 23, 2014

Question:

I find the…

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Nintendo Q2 FY3/2015 Corporate Management Policy Briefing, Q&A 9: Architecture Integration

"Our position on architecture integration has not changed at all and we have been making progress on it." http://t.co/axZ4bLx0US

— DePapier (@NintendObserver) November 23, 2014…

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Nintendo Q2 FY3/2015 Corporate Management Policy Briefing, Q&A 8: Cost-Cutting Again

"We think eliminating marketing and R&D inefficiencies is the most important issue for the time being." http://t.co/DJnexipQYp

— DePapier (@NintendObserver) November 23, 2014

Question:

It takes a certain amount of time and costs a large sum of money to make any mid-term strategies profitable.

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Nintendo Q2 FY3/2015 Corporate Management Policy Briefing, Q&A 7: The Future of Technology

"We are preparing for a bright future." http://t.co/CwkVfI3a3Q

— DePapier (@NintendObserver) November 23, 2014

Question:

About two years ago, Mr. Iwata mentioned that the ability to judge the future of technology is the company’s lifeline.

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Nintendo Q2 FY3/2015 Corporate Management Policy Briefing, Q&A 6: QOL In The Long Term

"We will lower the measurement hurdle by such a great degree that users will be measured by simply sleeping." http://t.co/WavgGSe3RF

— DePapier (@NintendObserver) November 23, 2014…

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