Jan 13th - Amazon.ca seems to be cancelling pre-orders for certain amiibos in the upcoming Wave 3, including Pit.
Jan 13th - YouTube's app for the Wii U has been updated, bringing a new aesthetic look and a few performance improvements as well.
Jan 12th - Nintendo has finally given us a date for the next Nintendo Direct, hosted by Mr. Iwata himself.
Jan 12th - With the full year ahead of us, we take a look at ten upcoming games for the Wii U and what makes us excited about them.
Jan 12th - One of Nintendo's trademarks for VirtualConsole has expired, though it has different applications than the eService as we know it.
Jan 12th - During the Awesome Games Done Quick charity fundraiser, a player managed to beat the first three dungeons of OoT completely blindfolded.
Jan 9th - Nintendo has been knocking it out of the park with third-party partnerships for their games. What do you want to see next?
Jan 9th - Mega Man Battle Network 2 was released on the eShop yesterday. Nintendo's trailer for the game does a good job showcasing the differences from the main Mega Man series.
Jan 9th - Only a year after it launched the Wii U in Brazil, Nintendo has announced it is pulling out of the Brazilian video game market.
Jan 8th - This week's downloads include Chariot, a cute physics platformer and more!
Jan 8th - Last month we heard about Sharp's free-form screen initiative, this week thanks to CES we get a glimpse at those screens.
Jan 8th - Crunchyroll continues its roll out of apps, this week making the app available to Wii U owners in Europe.
Jan 7th - A clever redditor has modified a Yoshi amiibo to resemble Yarn Yoshi in his upcoming game.
Jan 7th - The Wii U is the king of home consoles this week in Japan, outselling the PlayStation 4 by more than 10k.
Jan 7th - A new short video from Nintendo Japan showcases the amiibo that are compatible with Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.
Jan 7th - Xenoblade Chronicles X's producer has taken to Twitter to let the world know the team is almost finished with the game.
Jan 6th - Famitsu reveals that sales in Japan for handheld and console games have reached the lowest point they've ever been.