LEGO Jurassic World and Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure make up the bulk of new releases this week on the Nintendo eShop.
In his weekly Famitsu column, Masahiro Sakurai addresses the accusation that characters from franchises he worked on are more powerful in Smash than others.
Nintendo UK has released a new video showing a handful of amiibo working in Yoshi’s Woolly World.
Armature, the devs responsible for the Wii U and Vita versions of Bloodstained, have announced they’ll share their UE4 work with the Wii U...
Splatoon continues to dominate the charts in Japan, with over 150k sold since launch and Wii U sales rising.
Nintendo accidentally leaked a video showcasing Hyrule Warriors for Nintendo 3DS earlier today, before taking it offline.
Nintendo has filed a trademark for the words Diddy Kong in Europe. Could we be seeing a new game starring Diddy unveiled at E3?
Check out the new E3 trailer for LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, where the Avengers take on Loki in the Battle of New York.
Retro Studios seems to be teasing an E3 presence, perhaps we’ll finally see what they’ve been working on since Tropical Freeze.
The stop-motion adventure game Armikrog finally has a release date for the Wii U!
The Wii U has a minor system update that brings stability and performance improvements shortly before E3.
Kotaku imported a copy of Xenoblade Chronicles X to review, with the reviewer describing 70 hours of gameplay as boring.
Renegade Kid has confirmed that its 3DS title Xeodrifter will be coming to the Wii U eShop this year.
Sakurai will be hosting a special presentation revealing the upcoming Super Smash Bros. DLC plans on June 14.
Japan is crazy for Splatoon, with 97% of its original shipment bought within the first four days of going on sale.
Super Smash Bros. is getting updated with new Splatoon costumes for your Mii fighters, as well as a stage based on the Miiverse!
Nintendo of Japan has announced a minor update for Splatoon, which brings in a new weapon for you to use.