The correction comes after Pokemon Go's release nearly doubled Nintendo's stock through Friday's close, adding $17.6 billion in market capitalization.
Their statement highlighted the fact that Nintendo did not actually make Pokemon GO and this prompted a large decline in stock figures.
While the (often obsessive) Pokemon players weren't rewarded with news of Pokemon's rarest characters-four of which haven't yet appeared inside the game- they did get news on some soon to-be-released features and characters. The Pokémon Company is the Company's affiliated company, accounted for by using the equity method.
"Pokemon Go" makers also revealed a scoop on the possibility of PokeStops getting an upgrade in the near future.
Daily usage of the Pokemon smartphone app in the United States peaked on July 14, according to a report last week by SurveyMonkey. Electronic parts maker Hosiden Corp., which Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group said may produce Pokemon Go Plus, sank 16 percent. The Pokémon Company, which owns the copyright to Pokémon, is a joint venture between Nintendo, Game Freak and development company Creatures.
Nintendo added that it had taken the "current situation into consideration", but had decided not to upgrade its financial forecast.
Pokemon Nintendo Shares fell 17.7 percent, registering the biggest reduction in stocks for a company since October 1990, with stocks down by 5000 yen. The game was released in the USA on July 6 and is being rolled out worldwide.