New Nintendo eShop deals and downloads for the week of October 17th.
A string of delays and announcement of poor sales has impacted Ubisoft's stock heavily.
Series producer Eiji Aonuma explains that Zelda was once supposed to be annualized, similar to many Western franchises today.
Both WayForward and Two Tribes are bringing previously released games to the Wii U eShop.
A conference call has revealed Splinter Cell and Rayman Legends did not meet sales expectations.
Sonic Lost World producer Takashi Iizuka admits his team struggled with previous 3D Sonic titles.
Investment firm Wedbush says the Wind Waker HD bundle contributed to the rise of 55k Wii U sales through September.
Analyst Christine Arrington weighs in on Wii and Wii U confusion and why retailers are making it worse.
A new trailer for Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag gives us a look at Edward Kenway's story.
Ubisoft has announced that Watch Dogs will be delayed to Spring 2014.
Aonuma has said he will reveal more about Zelda Wii U at E3 2014.
A brand new A Link Between Worlds 3DS XL has been revealed for Europe.
Ubisoft's Michel Ancel discusses Nintendo and their dedication to innovation.
Image & Form have announced a 20% discount on SteamWorld Dig.
Wind Waker HD reportedly sold 152k copies in its first week, boosting Wii U sales 31%.
Maxwell is back in an all new adventure in the DC Comics universe, but is he up to the same tricks as always?
Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma admits developers can be overzealous with hand-holding in RPGs.