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Sep 28th - Despite several delays pushing the game out of 2015, both Comcept and Deep Silver have announced physical and digital versions of Mighty No. 9 will launch on the same...
Sep 23rd - Looking for a stylish way to keep your GamePad in top shape? HORI is releasing a Super Mario Maker GamePad accessory.
Sep 23rd - Amazon has a couple of good deals on pre-order games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, if you're a Prime member.
Sep 23rd - Allison Brie is back as UniKitty in this new trailer showcasing the upcoming LEGO Dimensions.
Sep 23rd - Shin'en have announced the voice actor for F-Zero GX will be the announcer in Fast Racing Neo.
Sep 23rd - Panga is back with another impossibly hard Super Mario Maker level that still hasn't been beaten by anyone but himself.
Sep 22nd - Nintendo has joined an API standards group, which could have interesting implications for their upcoming hardware.
Sep 22nd - Here's our first up-close look at the Retro Amiibo 3-pack, featuring Mr. Game & Watch, Duck Hunt Dog, and R.O.B.
Sep 22nd - Looking to get the special edition of Xenoblade Chronicles X? GameStop has it back up on their site for now.
Sep 22nd - Pachter says that dedicated gaming hardware is going to be less and less important as time goes on.
Sep 21st - Think you've created some difficult courses in Super Mario Maker? You haven't seen this one.
Sep 21st - Another Nintendo patent has surfaced, this time for an image sensor that seems built into a generic controller.
Sep 21st - Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash is coming soon and the Nintendo UK store has a unique pre-order bonus.
Sep 21st - Xenoblade Chronicles X's director discusses why the game doesn't start you off with mechs.
Sep 21st - A new glitch found in Super Mario Maker makes it impossible to die after certain conditions are met.
Sep 18th - Green Man Gaming has been distributing PC games for cheap for years now, but now the company will be selling Nintendo games, too.
Sep 18th - Nintendo puts the power of creating Mario levels in the players hands, but will it stand up over the test of time?