Here's a look at what's happening this week on Wii U Forums, where plenty of E3 hold over discussion is still happening.
Here's a quick look at everything major Nintendo announced for Wii U last week at E3. What are you most excited to see?
Miyamoto is asking Nintendo fans what games they want to see from the Kyoto company, so speak up!
Reggie Fils-Aime discusses why it took Nintendo so long to announce the Amiibo project and what the future holds for Nintendo.
Philips has announced it won its first lawsuit against Nintendo for patent infringement in the UK.
Third party publishers will return to the Wii U once a few more system seller games have been released, says Nintendo exec.
The Wii U is at a turning point thanks to strong game offerings, the initial price drop, and Amiibo says Scott Moffitt of Nintendo...
Amiibo support has been announced for five upcoming Nintendo games, but how will those figures function in roster-less games?
Here's a look at the upcoming deals and downloads for both the Nintendo eShop on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
The free game offered with Mario Kart 8 also seems to qualify for Nintendo's digital deluxe promotion for Wii U deluxe owners.
Nintendo has issued an update for Nintendo TVii, bringing easier access to sports and quicker load times.
Miyamoto says Nintendo isn't focusing on additional GamePad support because the company needs to focus on selling the Wii U as a system.
Capcom's investors elected not to renew its buyout defense installed in 2008, leaving the company open to third party control.
Nintendo 64 games are coming to the Wii U virtual console soon.
Wii U sales are still up in Japan after the release of Mario Kart 8, though the long tail is kicking in.
Nintendo producer Takashi Tezuka says he'd be interested in doing a sequel to Super Mario Sunshine at some point.
Here's a look at the special edition Triforce clock coming with Hyrule Warriors collector's editions in Japan.