Nintendo’s share price has been spurred in response to news that Mario Kart 8 sales have whizzed past the one million mark in the US alone, but also that the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online will release on iPad later in the year.
Bloomberg reports that the company’s share price rose by 4 percent to 11,740 yen, a minor victory considering their value has continued to decline in the earlier half of the year.
Nintendo will now look to Hyrule Warriors, Bayonetta 2, Super Smash Bros. across Wii U and 3DS, and their new amiibo figures to continue their recovery, having aimed to return to profit this fiscal year.
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