Forums - Nintendo Discussion - Report: QoL Project might be dead - Nintendo stock tumbles

Stock holders anticipated the release of Nintendo’s QoL Project that tracked sleep status and worked toward improving that. The initial concept showed sensors that would be placed through the living space, and would link up to Nintendo’s cloud service, and it would be a part of every console going forward.

Nintendo is a little slow as other companies are already preparing to launch similar projects. If you were  looking at Nintendo’s stock, it just tumbled a whopping 6.32% after the speculation surfaced that Nintendo's QoL Project might be dead, which puts it below where it was prior to the Pokemon presentation.

And while, on this forum, most won’t care, the feeling is irrelevant for those not in the target market. Shareholders felt this would be a major hardware selling point for the Switch, and its cancellation is obviously a gigantic disappointment, and this is why the gigantic negative reaction on the stock market.



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Just wait until november.



Without knowing anything about I can't say it would of had any positive impact on Nintendo's sales. Maybe it would of meant Switch would of got a Wii Fit like game to go along with it but even then I don't think it would do anything special.



Time to buy stocks!



In my experience paying attention to nintendo's stocks and what their shareholders think only leads to frustration. I still can't get over the guy that was angry because they kept talking about childish things like video games at one of their shareholder meetings.



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Best buy those stocks before Pokemon releases.



That's probably a good thing. Stocks going down that is.



lol I'd completely forgotten about that!

Those losses are temporary.



collint0101 said:
In my experience paying attention to nintendo's stocks and what their shareholders think only leads to frustration. I still can't get over the guy that was angry because they kept talking about childish things like video games at one of their shareholder meetings.

Hahahahaha. Back this train up. lol, what?



I completely forgot that was a thing they were doing



Nothing to see here, move along