Nintendo is shopping for an animation studio to assist create its personal ‘visible content material’

Written by Jeff Lampkin

Nintendo has acquired the Japanese CG manufacturing firm Dynamo Photos and plans to rebrand it as “Nintendo Photos,” the corporate announced. Its purpose with the brand new subsidiary is to develop visible content material utilizing Nintendo IP and give attention to “the planning and manufacturing of visible content material together with CG animation.” Dynamo labored with Nintendo earlier than on the Metroid: Different M sport additionally has credits on anime TV sequence like Evangelion: 2.0

Nintendo is gearing up for its Tremendous Mario Bros. film starring Chris Pratt, which was not too long ago delayed to April 2023. The stay adaptation of Detective Pikachu primarily based on the Pokémon franchise was profitable sufficient {that a} sequel is within the works, however the final main cinema launch was method again in 1993 with Tremendous Mario Bros. starring Bob Hoskins. 

Films and TV sequence primarily based on gaming IP are a preferred pattern in the meanwhile, with motion pictures like Sonic primarily based on Sega’s common character seeing spectacular success. Sony not too long ago launched an Uncharted movie and HBO is producing a TV sequence primarily based on The Final of Us starring Pedro Pascal. With its newest acquisition, Nintendo might be able to convey extra of its content material to the small and large screens, which is (hopefully) excellent news for followers of its video games. 

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Jeff Lampkin

Jeff Lampkin was the first writer to have joined He has since then inculcated very effective writing and reviewing culture at GamePolar which rivals have found impossible to imitate. His approach has been to work on the basics while the whole world was focusing on the superstructures.