Here’s a look at what’s new on the Wii U and 3DS eShop this week, including several new releases for the 3DS!
In this month’s Edge magazine, the development team for Splatoon discusses some of the challenges of developing the game.
Warner Bros. Interactive revealed LEGO Dimensions today, a toys-to-life game that will feature the LEGO universe.
Check out this comparison of Mario Kart 8’s 150cc versus the new 200cc mode and see just what the speed difference will mean for...
Wii U and Nintendo 3DS sales remain steady even with Xenoblade Chronicles 3D hitting store shelves last week.
Edge magazine is featuring Splatoon as its full cover front page for the month of May.
Playtonic Games is heading up an initiative to see Banjo-Kazooie receive lots of support from players on the Smash ballot for upcoming character DLC.
Splatoon has a wide range of weapons to fit just about any playstyle, but there are also some special weapons to help your team...
A Best Buy employee has confirmed to the amiibo sub-reddit mods that Meta Knight will be getting a restock sometime this summer.
Terraria has been rated by the USK, an organization similar to the ESRB in America. It’s one of the final steps before a game...
Check out this moveset comparison of Lucas from Brawl to the new Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
New class details and branches have been translated from the official Xenoblade Chronicles X Japanese website.
Toys R Us will not offer pre-orders on any Wave 4 amiibo outside of Greninja and Pac-Man.
Amazon Germany has listed a pre-order page for Project CARS, but the Wii U version of the game is missing.
Nintendo has set aside a few spots for community-chosen DLC on the main Super Smash Bros. website.
A new stream dedicated to Xenoblade Chronicles X will be airing in Japan on April 10 to discuss more game mechanics and network features.
Nintendo of America rep confirms the Smash ballot is open to any video game character, no matter their origin.