I’ve opened up Nintendo’s first mobile app, ‘Miitomo,’ no less than five times today. But the thing is, I can’t tell you why. There’s something alchemical locked within the app that provides a soothing, addicting presence. To sum it up in a sentence, Miitomo is more ‘Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector’ than ‘Angry Birds.’ This is both good and bad. If you’re a Nintendo traditionalist who prefers the platforming action of a ‘Mario’ game or the exhilaration of recent hits like ‘Splatoon,’ you’re going to be out of luck. ‘Miitomo’ is neither nostalgic nor a game, really. But it is an interesting…

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