Feb 12th - Listen to a new music track from Xenoblade Chronicles X as we have a scroll through the custom avatar creator's options.
Feb 12th - In a recent interview, Pachter outlines why he believes Nintendo has failed with the Wii U and how it will affect the company going forward.
Feb 12th - Best Buy has been quiet about the release date of the Meta Knight amiibo, but a recent email sent to pre-order holders confirms the release date.
Feb 12th - Sonic Boom has barely made a whimper at retail, selling less than 500k units between both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
Feb 11th - A cock-pit comparison shows a real-life cockpit compared to Project CARS on a real racing track and the results are stunning.
Feb 11th - Walmart.com is now accepting pre-orders for the Toad amiibo from the Super Mario amiibo collection.
Feb 11th - Nintendo asks fans to vote for whom they'd like to spend a Valentine's Day with among Mushroom Kingdom residents. The result is surprising!
Feb 11th - Several former Rare developers have banded together to create a new studio called Playtonic Games.
Feb 11th - Check out this high def look at Splatoon's amazingly colorful box art.
Feb 10th - Hackers snooping around DKC: Tropical Freeze have discovered references to an unused achievement system in the game.
Feb 10th - Ubisoft has an unreleased game called Know Your Friends for Wii U, which is a party-style quiz game.
Feb 10th - According to a developer close to the project lead for Fatal Frame, the West could be seeing a localization soon.
Feb 10th - The BAFTA awards have released their nominations for the British Academy Games Awards, with Mario Kart 8 receiving three nominations!
Feb 9th - According to recent tweets by the game's director, Off-TV play support was added at the request of Western fans.
Feb 9th - Just a friendly reminder that the new Nintendo 3DS XL uses microSD cards instead of standard SD cards, so you'll need to purchase an upgrade if you're doing a...
Feb 9th - A full English translation of the Xenoblade Chronicles X Japanese presentation is now available online, thanks to dedicated fans.
Feb 9th - Nintendo's TV spot for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is cute and oh hey, exclusive to the Wii U.