DeNA is working to vastly expand the library of its Japanese "Mangabox" smart phone app, with the goal of eventually hosting more than 50,000 books. Hit the jump to learn more.
DeNA is branching out from e-commerce websites and mobile games into new and unexpected directions, specifically the development of robot taxis designed to serve the transportation needs of visitors for the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo. Hit the jump to learn more.
Nintendo and DeNA, a Tokyo-based company that provides Internet and mobile game services, have formed a business and capital arrangement that promises to bring Nintendo's popular characters into the world of mobile gaming. Hit the jump to learn more.
DeNA, a Tokyo-based company which owns one of the most popular cell phone gaming platforms, Mobage, has launched a mysterious teaser site titled "Hacka Doll" featuring three more girls. So far no information can be found on the site except the girls. Hit the jump for more.
Namco Bandai and Japanese social gaming juggernaut DeNA have released the first game from their BNDeNA joint venture in Macross SP Cross de Culture a new social game for Android and soon iOS in Japan that blends a rail shooter with a dating sim. Hit the jump for all of the details.
Grasshopper Manufacture is teaming up with DeNA on a social gaming company, according to a DeNA press release. The name may be tentative, but "Grasshopper Social Network Service, Inc." has a mission that seems pretty concrete: develop and manage games exclusively for DeNA's social gaming network, Mobage. Hit the jump for further info!
The Japanese social network and gaming company DeNA announced yesterday that they licensed both Puella Magi Madoka Magica and Blue Exorcist from Aniplex. Read on for more info!
It was just the other day that we were reporting on Suda51's bloody plans for a No More Heroes title on Japan's popular cell phone gaming portal, Mobage. Now DeNa has announced that the platform is available in the US. More after the jump.