May 16th - Sakurai has revealed that the female villager is playable in Super Smash Bros. as an alternate skin.
May 14th - Media Create and Famitsu have submitted their weekly sales numbers for the Japanese region for the week ending May 11th, 2014. How's the good ol' war looking this time...
May 13th - Nintendo's plan to combine console and handheld R&D will be complete after E3.
May 13th - Iwata believes it will only take one successful game to turn around the Wii U's current trend.
May 13th - Two Tribes have announced that Swords & Soldiers HD will be released on May 22 on the Nintendo eShop.
May 12th - Bandai Namco has announced the release date for One Piece Unlimited World: Red for North America and Europe.
May 12th - Today we're announcing the winner of our first MK8 giveaway, with the second starting up! Get those engines started!
May 12th - A rumored list of games playable at E3 has surfaced, though there are some questions about the content.
May 12th - Iwata says Shigeru Miyamoto has been working with several developers on their GamePad projects being shown at E3.
May 12th - GameStop has partnered with Nintendo to offer a Mario Kart 8 demo event this coming weekend.
May 9th - Michael Pachter says Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros. will easily help Nintendo exceed their conservative sales estimate this year.
May 9th - If you're looking for a game to tide you over until Mario Kart 8, or want a cheap Wii U system, check out these deals!
May 9th - Are you an artist? Take part in the Yoshi-themed Art Academy: Sketchpad event on Wii U!
May 9th - Iwata has stated that Nintendo will not be showing a redesigned Wii U at E3, despite many rumors.
May 8th - Nintendo World is now taking pre-orders for the Mario Kart 8 limited edition bundle, which is only available at the retail store.
May 8th - A senior analyst says Nintendo will not be taking losses on its Wii U stock anymore due to needing to manufacture more units.
May 8th - At the recent financial briefing, Nintendo announced their next attempt at NFC for the Wii U and 3DS using familiar Nintendo faces.