Nintendo didn’t have huge announcements during its Direct broadcast today, but we did get a new Kirby and some information on the upcoming Legend of Zelda game.
The cel-shaded character returns to the chaotic fighter series.
Nintendo’s frenetic fighting game gets another confirmed stage.
GamesBeat spoke with Koichi Hayashida and Yoshiaki Koizumi at E3 to find out how Nintendo keeps its legendary mascot feel fresh and exciting from one Mario game to the next.
Mega Man and an Animal Crossing villager join the melee in a pair of new Super Smash Bros. titles for Wii U and 3DS.
The Japanese publisher is preparing to rely on its core titles to prop up the struggling Wii U.
Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto talks violence in video games.
Nintendo president Iwata announces that new installments for some of the company’s biggest series will be at E3.
This fan-made Nintendo Risk includes conquerable worlds from Mario, Zelda, and Pokémon.
You gotta believe you will die. A lot.
Halo, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Final Fantasy XIII, and more are given the retro treatment in this gallery.
PlayStation All-Stars celebrates popular Sony franchises like God of War and Uncharted, but obscure properties like Jumping Flash and Blasto may be left out in the cold.
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A “special team” of Namco Bandai developers will take the reins on the next Super Smash Bros. game for Nintendo.
It’s hard not to compare Sony’s PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale to Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. series when you just look at them, but they’re not as similar as you may think.
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.