You can basically tell the entire story of the Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 console generation with Internet memes … so that’s what we did.
The Disney conglomeration is using its vast resources to make a game like no one else can. It looks like it might even be fun, too.
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!
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.
A few reviewers did far more than test out the console and play a round of virtual tennis — they took the entire thing apart.
Following its strategy of landing on a variety of streaming devices, YouTube today launched a brand new app for the Nintendo Wii game console.
Nintendo’s download report for the week of Oct. 18 reveals more full 3DS games available digitally on the eShop. Plus: fashion tips!
Microsoft’s Xbox team and the NFL have joined forces to make America healthier and reduce childhood obesity. One of the incentives is an actual NFL star friending a kid on Facebook and giving him or her a “social autograph,” which kids can then share with their friends.
This infographic shows the cheapest and most expensive video game consoles, adjusted for inflation.
This week, the 3DS eShop makes paranoia fun, and an SNK fighting game joins the Wii’s Virtual Console.
As the gamification industry continues to grow, it looks to game designers for help and advice.
A substantial number of current gamers are not interested in purchasing Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U console, according to a poll at online discount aggregator Dealnews.
The next-generation console rumors are heating up, and this week brought a lot of new detailed gossip on that front.
Netflix today spun off its mail-order DVD business into a new service called Qwikster, which will include mail-order video game rentals. Given Netflix’s immense success with the movie business, you might expect the games rental business to fare just as well.
Video game consoles have reached a point where they are so powerful that companies no longer need to focus on adding more horsepower to the devices, said game industry veteran and Harebrained Schemes founder Jordan Weisman.
A sequel to Nintendo’s hit fighting game, Super Smash Bros., won’t come out on its next console any time soon, according to a column written in Famitsu by the game’s creative lead Masahiro Sakurai.
How much will the Wii U cost? A hint might be found on EB Games Australia, which is pricing Nintendo’s next home console at $598 Australian dollars, or roughly $634 in US dollars.
Nintendo’s next console, the Wii U, will not be significantly more powerful than the consoles in the current generation like the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto said.
With the video game industry’s largest trade show over, it’s time to wrap up some of the highlights. Here’s a look at some of the coolest new types of gaming technology VentureBeat saw at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Nintendo revealed the Nintendo Wii U, the successor to the Nintendo Wii, today at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, Calif.
Microsoft will unveil three new games for its Kinect device tomorrow at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles — one of which will literally be a trip to Disneyland.
It’s now safe to say that motion-controlled gaming isn’t just a fad.
Five years ago, video games were in a “golden age.” The Playstation 2 was dominating sales and found its way into most households, and gamers still plugged controllers into their systems to play their games. Then people began texting on their phones — and the world changed forever, said Nintendo of America’s president Reggie Fils-Aime.
Nintendo of America said today that its top sales and marketing executive will leave the company to accept a position outside of the video game industry.
Apple’s Steve Jobs is an expert at disrupting other companies’ businesses. Just look at what the iPhone did to Nokia and Motorola, two leaders of the cell phone business who are now trying to chase Apple.
Two hackers showed how they can hack Nintendo‘s handheld and console game devices to spread malware to whatever networks they are connected to.