Mar 9th - An English subbed version of the Japanese Xenoblade Chronicles X presentation is now online, fully translated.
Mar 8th - UCraft developer announces a Wii U Western-themed game.
Mar 6th - A South African retailer has posted a pre-order page for several new pokemon amiibo, as well as two characters from Splatoon.
Mar 6th - Several new screenshots from the Wii and Wii U versions of Rodea and the Sky Soldier have been made available. Check out the differences!
Mar 6th - Check out two new ink guns revealed in this short video of Splatoon, both offering different play strategies.
Mar 6th - Nintendo's Japanese stream for Xenoblade Chronicles X went live today, featuring a focus on combat and the game's huge environments.
Mar 5th - Check out this teaser trailer for a fan-made live-action Legend of Zelda series, it's pretty amazing!
Mar 5th - Harmonix says they're not developing a Wii U version of Rock Band 4 because the audience just isn't there for it.
Mar 5th - Nintendo of Japan says the amiibo supply chain is months of production because some figures are crafted by hand due to their complexity.
Mar 4th - Retail copies of Rodea and the Sky Soldier will include both the Wii and the Wii U version of the game for fans.
Mar 4th - Amazon Italy has posted June 26 as a release date for Xenoblade Chronicles X, could we be getting it as a summer release?
Mar 4th - Several Best Buy locations around the United States will be receiving new Little Mac stock, so head into your local store if you still need him!
Mar 4th - Curve Digital is teaming up with Ludo Land to develop the console version of the upcoming puzzle platformer, Four Sided Fantasy.
Mar 4th - Nintendo of America says Walmart stores will have stock of gold Mario amiibos on launch, so don't fret missing the pre-order.
Mar 3rd - Yacht Club Games have teamed up with merchandiser WeLoveFine to offer Shovel Knight fans the ultimate collectible!
Mar 3rd - Check out the North American commercial for Mario Party 10, showcasing the all new Bowser mode.
Mar 3rd - According to an announcement from Nintendo Japan, it looks like certain amiibos will be reprinted to meet consumer demand.