May 31st - One guy decided to pop the question to his girlfriend with the help of Super Mario Maker.
May 30th - Looks like the Japanese arcade version of Pokken Tournament has been updated with some new content, including new support pairs and of course, new clothing.
May 26th - According to a new press release sent by Nintendo, there will be two extensive demos for the upcoming The Legend of Zelda game on Wii U.
May 25th - Nintendo has announced that 500 lucky fans will be able to play The Legend of Zelda Wii U during E3 week at the Nintendo Store in NYC.
May 19th - Looks like Nintendo is issuing copyright strikes on the Super Mario Mash-Up pack for Minecraft Wii U owners. Developer 4J Studios says this wasn't supposed to happen.
May 17th - Super Mario Maker has now sold 3.5 million copies and has more user-created courses than you will probably ever play.
May 16th - Looks like Nintendo wants to get into the movie production business. Perhaps Kimishima is seeking to turn Nintendo into Japanese Disney?
May 16th - Pokken Tournament has outsold Street Fighter V at retail, the latter of which is available on two platforms.
May 14th - And it'll be as powerful as an Xbox One.
May 13th - Star Fox Zero charts on this month's NPD Group look at software sales with a surprising caveat.
May 12th - Shin'en Multimedia has announced an update is headed to Fast Racing Neo on May 18th, bringing a few improvements for players playing online.
May 11th - The Ice Climbers duo Nana and Popo are coming to Super Mario Maker starting tomorrow!
May 10th - Both Splatoon and Super Mario Maker were heavily awarded by the magazine, but Splatoon took the Game of the Year award.
May 5th - GameStop's CEO Paul Raines had some choice statements about both the Wii U and the Nintendo NX in a new interview.
May 5th - Macronix's financial report suggests that Nintendo might be switching to cartridge-based games for the Nintendo NX.
May 4th - A patent from 2001 showcases a phone concept Nintendo considered but ultimately never came to life.
May 2nd - Mighty No. 9 finally has a release date that can't be pushed back. Keiji Inafune posted the update to the project's Kickstarter page today.