Mega Man and an Animal Crossing villager join the melee in a pair of new Super Smash Bros. titles for Wii U and 3DS.
We gathered reactions to the console announcements from leading industry figures.
This week, the Wii U gets punchy while the 3DS gets smarter and better at sports. Also: a particularly straightforward message about religion.
This week's eShop updates are (almost) all about the 3DS, with emblems to awaken, Nemos to find, and groups of Japanese pedestrians to hurl through the air.
Nintendo makes it up to neglected Wii U owners with a pair of shiny new demos, and Hello Kitty comes to the 3DS. Finally!
Big failures and surprise successes marked 2012 for the games industry.
This year saw the continued evolution of three consumer technologies -- autostereoscopy, touch sensing, and motion sense – with direct application in the gaming world.
Apparently, Nintendo decided to center its weekly eShop update around guys with mustaches. Well, that and more full 3DS and Wii U games.
This week, Nintendo has something for Batman, Sonic, and even Adventure Time fans. The only thing keeping this update from pandering to all nerdy demographics is the lack of My Little Pony.
Nintendo has a bunch of full Wii U and 3DS games you can buy this week without leaving The Shire. See, because one of them is Lego Lord of the Rings.
It's a big week for Nintendo's various digital distribution services, provided you like to eat ghosts or manage airports.
The president of 2K Games says he's done second-guessing Nintendo.
A few reviewers did far more than test out the console and play a round of virtual tennis -- they took the entire thing apart.
A few Wii U owners now own nothing but a paperweight after losing power or internet during the install process.
Editor's Pick After a week playing with Nintendo's upcoming new console (plus a sample platter of first- and third-party titles), we've noticed a few interesting things the Wii U does — and doesn’t do.
Guest Post Kids today don't associate Nintendo with gaming -- they're more likely to know the Angry Birds than Mario or Link. Nintendo needs to follow the examples of the WWE and Disney to remain relevant to other generations.
This infographic shows the cheapest and most expensive video game consoles, adjusted for inflation.
Nintendo has finally given hard details on its upcoming Wii U game console, with a U.S. launch date of Nov. 18 and a base price of $300.