By separating itself from the standard console market, Nintendo could find success once again. The Wii U, though, is missing the kind of unique experience offered by the Wii.
In news that will please many Nintendo fans, company president Satoru Iwata announced that the SNES classic EarthBound will arrive on the Wii U Virtual Console later this year.
One community writer looks back at the games that made him buy a Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.
Castlevania may come out next week, but you can try out a demo today on the 3DS. Also, Bit.Trip's Captain Video returns, and WiiWare goes back in time.
In just a few short hours, Sony Computer Entertainment will reveal (what we think) is the next PlayStation console. But before it does, why don't we take a look back at how Sony revealed the PS1, PS2, and PS3?
If you're looking to celebrate Valentine's Day with a romantic vacation, Nintendo has found a way for you to do it without leaving your Wii U. Also: Naruto and the Rabbids come to the 3DS.
If you own a 3DS, you're probably pretty excited for Fire Emblem ... but it doesn't come out until next week, so you might as well check out what else Nintendo's various eShops have to offer.
Nintendo reports figures for its third fiscal quarter.
Nintendo may be celebrating its history this week, but that doesn't mean you can't download new titles on its various eShops. Well, assuming you have a Wii U or a 3DS.
Nintendo will charge players to "transfer" games they bought on Wii U.
While the launch of the Wii U was successful, it seems as though the console has gone dormant at an early age.
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.
Xseed Games is bringing the third and final role-playing game in the Operation Rainfall trilogy to the U.S.
Xenoblade, which evokes memories of Japanese role-playing classics, deserves top honors over the blockbuster titles of 2012.
The Nintendo DS sold more than 470,000 units and cross 53 million sold to date.
It's not nearly as difficult to find a Wii U in stores as it was to find a Wii at this time six years ago.
We investigate what happened to the next great kids' game that even adults would want to play.
Nintendo has made some fantastic systems and games that truly show what those consoles are capable of, but that's rarely the case for other developers. Is it time for Nintendo to end its long history of hardware development?
Nintendo just announced the Wii Mini, a budget console that offers fewer features than the original Wii but costs less.
The Wii is six years old in North America, and it is nearing the end of its life. It's safe to say that some of the games we expected will never happen.