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Nintendo to migrate to smartphone

Would Pikachu still seem the same if you played Pokémon on any device other than the gameboy? What about Mario? Or Zelda? Would you still get that same pang of nostalgia? Fans won’t have to wait long to find out, as Nintendo reveals plans to migrate its gaming offering to smartphones.

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