Jun 24th - Both Agitha and Lana have been confirmed for Hyrule Warriors, with Lana being an original character.
Jun 23rd - Both Zant and Argorok are confirmed as playable characters, with two more speculative characters coming.
Jun 23rd - Splatoon's producer Hisashi Nogami discusses using established IP characters before settling on squids.
Jun 23rd - Nintendo is appealing last week's UK court decision in the Philips patent infringement case.
Jun 23rd - Tecmo Koei has released a new trailer showcasing the Fire Rod and its special moves in Hyrule Warriors.
Jun 20th - Here's a quick look at everything major Nintendo announced for Wii U last week at E3. What are you most excited to see?
Jun 20th - Miyamoto is asking Nintendo fans what games they want to see from the Kyoto company, so speak up!
Jun 20th - Reggie Fils-Aime discusses why it took Nintendo so long to announce the Amiibo project and what the future holds for Nintendo.
Jun 20th - Philips has announced it won its first lawsuit against Nintendo for patent infringement in the UK.
Jun 19th - Third party publishers will return to the Wii U once a few more system seller games have been released, says Nintendo exec.
Jun 19th - The Wii U is at a turning point thanks to strong game offerings, the initial price drop, and Amiibo says Scott Moffitt of Nintendo of America.
Jun 19th - Amiibo support has been announced for five upcoming Nintendo games, but how will those figures function in roster-less games?
Jun 19th - Here's a look at the upcoming deals and downloads for both the Nintendo eShop on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
Jun 19th - The free game offered with Mario Kart 8 also seems to qualify for Nintendo's digital deluxe promotion for Wii U deluxe owners.
Jun 19th - Nintendo has issued an update for Nintendo TVii, bringing easier access to sports and quicker load times.
Jun 18th - Miyamoto says Nintendo isn't focusing on additional GamePad support because the company needs to focus on selling the Wii U as a system.
Jun 18th - Capcom's investors elected not to renew its buyout defense installed in 2008, leaving the company open to third party control.