This week’s Japanese sales charts are barren of new releases, but Fire Emblem and Splatoon continue to sell well.
Former Rare dev Kev Bayliss discusses how he transformed Donkey Kong from an 8-bit arcade character into the ape we know and love today.
Rumors that Ubisoft is planning on releasing ZombiU on other consoles may be true, as Zombi was just rated for the Xbox One and...
Activision has announced a new Wii U game that ties into the upcoming Peanuts movie later this year.
Renegade Kid has announced any Xeodrifter 3DS buyers will get a free Wii U copy when the game releases.
The Game Critics Awards for 2015 have finally been announced and Nintendo claimed two titles this year.
A new documentary on the making of Pokken Tournament has revealed that the game could be released in the United States eventually.
A live-action feature-length film based on the story from Mighty No. 9 is now in development from the same studio that brought us Dead...
New details about Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem have been revealed after a recent feature in Famitsu.
Sega CEO has had some hard things to say about his company, but admits they’re learning from other publishers like ATLUS.
A rating released by the USK Ratings Board hints that Limbo is headed to the Wii U.
Ubisoft finally admits it bit off more than it could chew in the first iteration of Watch Dogs.
Dragon Quest X has long been the top-selling game on the Japanese eShop, but Splatoon has bumped it to claim that title.
Platinum Games’ Yusuke Hashimoto says working with legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto has been a nerve-wracking experience.
Splatoon’s developers discuss the level cap and why there aren’t more customization options for the base Inklings in Splatoon.
Way back in the early 90s, Nintendo asked Sony to build a disc peripheral for the SNES. The PlayStation Superdisc was the result.
Skylanders Superchargers will feature two Nintendo characters for the first time. Check out the trailer here.