Pokemon CEO has big plans for the future console.
While we know very little about what Nintendo plans for the NX, beyond a number of different patent filings, it doesn’t appear that the gaming community is going to be waiting on its laurels to hear from the company before they start making their own plans. In particular, Pokemon wants to have a real presence on the upcoming console and it appears they want to be able to take advantage of the upcoming console.
Pokemon CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara recently sat down with Japanese language website Famitsu and his interview was helpfully translated by Nintendo Everything. The CEO talked about a number of things when it comes to his franchise. During the interview he touched on Pokemon Shuffle, Pokken Tournament, Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon and talked about how he wants to use the cloud if and when he brings a new game to the NX.
It seems likely that Pokemon will be coming to the newest Nintendo console in one way or another and it would also seem as though that would be one of the most anticipated games on the console when it arrives. In particular, the CEO wants to take more advantage of the Pokemon Global Link and Pokemon Bank on future devices. The company wants a rather large emphasis on using the cloud and they want to be able to use the cloud in order to play in on a console or device and then when you are done playing you’ll be able to load it back into the cloud. Whether or not that will be possible won’t be knowable until we learn more about the Nintendo NX