Nintendo will be releasing a mobile app this month, but if you’ve been following the company’s statements about mobile devices, you’ll know not to expect too much. The app, Mario Kart TV, will be a companion utility for Mario Kart 8, but it will be less impressive than companion apps you see for Microsoft Xbox and Sony PlayStation consoles.
For a long time now, the Xbox and PlayStation has add mobile apps that tie into their gaming ecosystems. Of late, however, these apps have gained the ability to turn into second screens for certain games, augmenting the gaming experience. Suffice it to say, Microsoft and Sony have embraced the mobile lifestyle and integrated it into their gaming platforms...Read More