Nov 20th - Sakurai discusses why DLC hasn't been on his team's mind in getting ready for the release of Super Smash Bros.
Nov 20th - Toys R Us has updated their Amiibo section to show that Lucario is exclusive to them as a retailer.
Nov 19th - The Wii U nearly beats out the PlayStation 4 thanks to the release of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker this week in Japan.
Nov 19th - A press release sent by Best Buy has confirmed that Meta Knight will be exclusive to the store for the launch of Super Smash Bros.
Nov 19th - Watch Dogs released yesterday, giving us the first look at shots taken exclusively from the Wii U version of the game.
Nov 19th - Mario Kart 8's director discusses the change to lightweight racers and why the decision was made.
Nov 18th - Heads up collectors, some Amiibo figures will likely become more rare as Nintendo updates the Amiibo roster.
Nov 18th - Nintendo's new Amiibo commercial showcases how the figures can give you an edge on your competition.
Nov 18th - Eiji Aonuma has revealed on Miiverse that Midna will be a playable character in the upcoming DLC.
Nov 18th - Today the Wii U celebrates its second birthday, despite the best games for the system still coming. We've got a lot to look to look forward to!
Nov 17th - GameStop's Black Friday deals have leaked online and they're leaving Wii U gamers out in the cold.
Nov 17th - Watch Dogs on Wii U was thought not to have any DLC available at launch, but it will be receiving some non-story missions.
Nov 17th - Nintendo gives fans permission to use its intellection property in derivative works like let's plays, fanart and more.
Nov 17th - A new Twitter account from the Xenoblade Chronicles X developer reveals insight into how the project got started.
Nov 17th - Nintendo will be expanding its marketing efforts across 16 malls this holiday season with playable Wii U and 3DS games at all.
Nov 16th - New Pikachu-themed Super Smash Bros Wii U controller will be available in Japan soon.
Nov 14th - NPD Group gives us a look at sales in North America for October, where Super Smash Bros. dethrones tons of AAA games.