Here's a look at what's available in the US eShop this week, including several sales!
In the wake of Mario Kart 8, sales of software for the Wii U rose drastically in the UK.
Koei Tecmo's reveal of the new Fatal Frame game provides an interesting look into the horror franchise.
Sega says focusing on virtual console releases is not a priority right now, but doesn't rule out future releases.
Legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto will appear on the Fatal Frame presentation tomorrow.
Club Nintendo rewards are now available, but Nintendo is only offering digital rewards this year.
Yokai Watch 2 topped the charts last week in Japan upon its release, selling 1.3 million copies in a week.
Nintendo UK/Europe have announced that Europeans can now load their Nintendo eShop cards using PayPal.
The developer of Soul Saga is still chugging along on his project, despite running into health problems.
Check out this creative look at the guts of the Wii U and the Wii U GamePad.
Best Buy has an upcoming deal on Nintendo 3DS titles and Wii U controller accessories.
A livestream dedicated to Fatal Frame for the Wii U will be live on Thursday.
Japanese publication CoroCoro says it will reveal the full Super Smash Bros. roster next month.
Andrew House says the PlayStation 4 is great for consumers who purchased a Wii last generation.
Reggie gave a short speech for Smash fans at this year's Evo 2014 event.
Mercedes-Benz Japan has stated that its seen higher showroom floor traffic asking about the GLA after it featured in Mario Kart 8.
Rayman has been included in Super Smash Bros. as an trophy, Sakurai announced today.