Feb 5th - The Nintendo Creator's Program says YouTube channels featuring mixed content is not allowed and you have two weeks to delete non-approved videos.
Feb 4th - A certificate showing silver and gold standard Mario amiibos has surfaced. Could these be the final Club Nintendo reward for gold and platinum members?
Feb 4th - TeeFury has two great Zelda-themed shirts up for today only, so you have until midnight EST to pick one!
Feb 4th - Warner Bros. is teasing LEGO Jurassic World with an iconic scene from the original Jurassic Park. Check it out!
Feb 4th - Teslagrad has a patch now live in Europe and awaiting approval in the US that adds screenshot support and new control methods to the game.
Feb 4th - The Wii U continues to hover at 6k sold this week in Japan, but there are no new releases on the horizon.
Feb 3rd - Nintendo of America is seeking to improve their performance on social media by tailoring content to fans.
Feb 3rd - A recent interview with the Genesis' main designer sheds light on why the Genesis had superior processing power than Nintendo's SNES, and a hard lesson learned.
Feb 3rd - Curve Digital confirmed today that OlliOlli will be available on Nintendo platforms sometime in March.
Feb 3rd - Ubisoft games are up to 75% off this week on the US Wii U eShop, so pick up some of the best games for Wii U on the cheap.
Feb 3rd - Meet Rob, the shrimpy shrimp who is responsible for keeping your Inkling's feet covered with dope kicks!
Feb 2nd - GameStop employee says Nintendo has confirmed the Mario Party series of amiibo won't be so rare.
Feb 2nd - Platinum Games has hidden an easter egg Bayonetta game on their website, check it out!
Feb 2nd - Target will not be restocking Rosalina & Luma after the latest shipment sells out, as confirmed by an internal memo.
Feb 2nd - Nintendo of Japan is giving a presentation about the upcoming Xenoblade Chronicles X this Friday.
Feb 2nd - Nintendo has updated Club Nintendo with the final rewards for the North American region, including new physical rewards.
Feb 1st - Nintendo's digital sales are increasing, now account for $250 million worth of revenue per year.