Less than a week after the launch of Super Mario Run Nintendo has broken records, created a split in gaming fans, and will probably split us again due to their decision to forgo content updates to the game.
For obvious reasons investors aren't exactly happy about Nintendo's decision. Reports from The Wall Street Journal note that shares dropped by 7.1% after the game's lackluster reviews and are understandably concerned about SMR's payment model.
A bunch of you guys probably won't care all that much but the problem lies in the game's replayability and longevity. After all, when you play a mobile game to death there's nothing more to do until the next content update comes out, bringing new levels with it.
Super Mario Run has yet to come out on Android, so maybe Nintendo still has some time to think about the game in a little more detail.
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