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That just tells me how little they get out of the Pokemon go percentage.



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Nintendo needs to make a Hyrule Heroes version.



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Good on FEH, well deserved IMO.

I know gachas put a bad taste in people's mouths, but with how FTP friendly this one is, I don't have much to complain about. I have 200+ characters and have only spent $4 on the Black Knight bundle.

Curious if Dragalia Lost will come close in the long-run. Seems pretty fun right now but I'm curious about long-term.



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Super_Boom said:
Good on FEH, well deserved IMO.

I know gachas put a bad taste in people's mouths, but with how FTP friendly this one is, I don't have much to complain about. I have 200+ characters and have only spent $4 on the Black Knight bundle.

Curious if Dragalia Lost will come close in the long-run. Seems pretty fun right now but I'm curious about long-term.

Dragalia doesn't have the same value imo and they've already trailed off a bit. It should definitely make a good bit of money in the long run, but I doubt it'll have the staying power.



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FEH is one of the best casual games out there. But they do put in stupid/annoying things from time to time - like Tap Battle.



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ironmanDX said:
That just tells me how little they get out of the Pokemon go percentage.

That’s weird logic. The reason they’re not factoring it in is because the revenue is considered a different stream. It is related  to the Pokémon Company (A joint venture between Nintendo and Game Freak) rather than Nintendo’s mobile division. The revenue of Pokémon Go is still used for Nintendo’s benefit, just in a different venture. If they were to announce results relating to it for Nintendo Mobile, that would send the wrong message to shareholders (I’m not sure the legality of it either).



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