The developers of Gone Home have stated they’re working on PS4/XB1 versions right now, with no word about the Wii U version.
A new image has surfaced that appears to reveal Sceptile as a new playable character in Pokken Tournament.
Rumors about a big announcement on Monday were true, because Minecraft: Wii U Edition is a thing that’s happening!
Monolith Soft’s senior director discusses why Xenoblade Chronicles X has a custom playable character, rather than a defined character like Shulk.
Here’s a quick look at one of the vehicles available in Fast Racing Neo, as well as one of the tracks from Championship mode.
The Shovel Knight amiibo finally has a release date and this is one amiibo you’ll want to own.
Tatsumi Kimishima acknowledges that consumers aren’t using amiibo the way Nintendo intended.
Nintendo’s Tatsumi Kimishima recently spoke with Time about the future of the Wii U and the Nintendo NX.
Nintendo has filed a new patent application that could give us a few hints about the future of the NX.
Reggie Fils-Aime will be appearing alongside Phil Spencer and more at The Game Awards tonight.
The Xenoblade Chronicles X special edition has a lot of neat stuff inside.
The account system that rolled out in Japan to replace NNIDs won’t be coming to the rest of the world until 2016.
If you’re hyped for the release of Xenoblade Chronicles X, check out this story trailer to see where you’ll be starting.
Shaquille O’Neal is teasing a game announcement for Shaq Fu at The Game Awards this weekend.
Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories will be released on Wii U after the mobile versions, according to Natsume.
Heads up fast racing fans! Fast Racing Neo finally has a release date on the Wii U!
Running at 720p and almost never skipping below 30 frames per second, Monolith Soft has created a great technical experience in Xenoblade Chronicles X.