Feb 28th - "Fun" is the most important thing or Wii U owners.
Feb 27th - Curve Digital has announced that OlliOlli will be the first third-party cross-buy title for the Wii U and the 3DS.
Feb 27th - Scalpers are hawking gold Mario amiibos on eBay for more than 700% of the original cost because of their rarity.
Feb 27th - Dead Mage has announced it is bringing Shadow Blade: Reload to the Wii U, as well as other consoles.
Feb 27th - Tantalus is bringing a new AAA game port to the Wii U and it's the biggest the company has ever done.
Feb 26th - Xenoblade Chronicles X developer Koh Kojima has revealed that weather can affect the outcome of battles in the game.
Feb 26th - Nintendo will be attending PAX East this year and showcasing Splatoon and Code Name S.T.E.A.M. as well as other 3DS titles.
Feb 26th - We now have confirmation that the gold Mario amiibo will be a Walmart exclusive and will launch alongside Mario Party 10.
Feb 25th - Playtonic Games will finally unveil the new 3D platformer they've been working on at EGX Rezzed in March.
Feb 25th - Majora's Mask 3D was dethroned as the top-selling software title and the Wii U continues to putter along at 6k sales.
Feb 25th - According to a recent tweet, the former creative director for Saints Row was working on an open world Wii U game with Nintendo that was cancelled before production.
Feb 25th - This new Japanese trailer gives us a better look at Bowser mode for Mario Party 10, as well as amiibo party mode.
Feb 25th - Developer Ogardonix has announced Ralin-Dwarf Wars will be released on Wii U.
Feb 24th - 3D artist Cari Mayle has shared artwork from an unannounced Wii U game, showcasing a very distinctive style.
Feb 24th - According to president Satoru Iwata, the QOL platform team is a completely separate division he created and operates independently of Nintendo's current hardware division.
Feb 24th - Iwata says Nintendo must do a much better job of marketing their quality software to consumers, instead of releasing products with little to no marketing involved.
Feb 24th - Iwata says Nintendo still has a lot of ground to cover in making sure consumers know amiibo are different from other toys-to-life products.