Nintendo's on the cusp of a change and the storied game maker could soon unlock the vast potential of its intellectual property in the lucrative mobile gaming space, experts told CNBC on Thursday.
At heart of the revival could be the success the company has enjoyed through its runaway hit "Pokemon Go," its second ever venture into the mobile gaming space.
The launch of "Pokemon Go" has seen investors respond with excitement. Nintendo, which owns an undisclosed stake in Niantic, the creator of the highly popular game, as well as a 32 percent stake in the Pokemon Company, saw its shares spike on anticipation that the game would boost its overall business.
Though expectations have somewhat deflated in recent weeks, as investors realized the impact of "Pokemon Go" on Nintendo's profits will be limited, Seth Fischer, chief investment officer of Hong Kong-based investment firm Oasis told CNBC the market was still betting on Nintendo fully embracing mobile as a platform.