Laying down the law
One of Nintendo's mobile titles that probably doesn't get acknowledged quite as often as the other ones is Dragalia Lost. Last year, Cygames collaborated with franchises like Mega Man and managed to generate more than $106 million in player spending. That makes the game Nintendo's
Surpasses $100 million in player spending
Dragalia Lost might have experienced a limited worldwide launch, but that hasn't stopped it from becoming a mobile powerhouse. At least within the realm of Nintendo smartphone games. Since its September 2018 launch, Nintendo's fourth mobile release has now surpassed $100 million in player spending, with the...
Not as ambitious as some crossovers, but still a winner
A trailer for tomorrow's crossover event for Dragalia Lost has been released and it shows some of heroes from the company's strategy RPG series Fire Emblem appearing in Nintendo's hit mobile game. As you can see, Alphonse, Marth, Fjorm and Veronica are among the heroes appearing in this...
An estimated $75 million
Earlier today, we shared the news that Nintendo's mobile RPG Dragalia Lost has finally launched in the UK, Australia, Canada, and more. It definitely makes sense for Nintendo to bring the game to more and more territories, as estimated revenue totals suggest that the game has now surpassed both Super Mario Run and
And it's about time, too
Nintendo's first original IP created for smartphones, Dragalia Lost, has finally become available in several new territories. Fans in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Singapore, and New Zealand can download the game for free from today. You'll find the app available on both the AppStore and
It's been 3,000 years...
Smartphone game Dragalia Lost is scheduled for a release in the UK, Canada, and Australia, Nintendo has confirmed. Dragalia Lost initially launched on 27th September 2018, but was restricted to just the US, Japan, Macau, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Fans from other regions have been hoping for a release for some time, so we're...
Sure to wyrm its way into your heart
There was once a time where consumers and Nintendo alike claimed that the company would never move into the mobile gaming space, but as times have changed, the Big N has decided that perhaps a few games wouldn’t hurt. It’s rather fascinating to see how Nintendo’s strategy in the mobile space has altered...
A free RPG on the go
Nintendo's latest offering in the world of mobile gaming, Dragalia Lost, is now available to download for free on Android and iOS. Strangely, since its initial reveal back in May this year, we haven't really seen a great deal of hype surrounding this new dragon-based adventure. Nintendo actually aired