Oct 20th - Super Axe Boy hopes to combine 2D and 3D platforming into one expansive game with plenty of tongue-in-cheek humor.
Oct 20th - If you've always wanted your own custom Pikachu plush, you're about to have that chance next year.
Oct 19th - The designer of the NES sat down to discuss the challenges his team faced in creating a product for a dying market that later became a revolution.
Oct 19th - If you're missing any of the recent Zelda re-makes and new releases from your collection, check out this Best Buy sale.
Oct 19th - Nintendo's releasing Wild Gunman on the Wii U eShop to celebrate Back to the Future's 30th anniversary, so you can be a crack shot like Marty McFly.
Oct 19th - Pokken Tournament isn't heading to the West until next year, but this Japanese commercial makes us want it sooner.
Oct 19th - An impressive 56 tournament win streak was ended at MLG 2015 this past weekend.
Oct 18th - The console that started it all turns 30 years old today.
Oct 18th - The NX tech demo looked so good that it was "impossible to run on a computer without 'cutting-edge' chips"
Oct 17th - Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy have a bunch of great deals on Wii U games right now.
Oct 17th - Splatoon gets another cool new weapon.
Oct 17th - Nintendo celebrates Yoshi's Woolly World North American launch with a new trailer.
Oct 16th - Rumors have been flying that the Nintendo NX SDK sent to developers is more powerful than the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4.
Oct 16th - Zelda and Zero-Suit Samus make an appearance as costume options in the upcoming Fatal Frame game.
Oct 16th - Software development kits are the first step for third-parties to create new games for the platform, which means Nintendo could be closer to an announcement than ever.
Oct 16th - The developer of the Xenoblade series has several new positions open for both offices, meaning their next big project could be getting underway.
Oct 15th - Yoshi's Woolly World releases in North America tomorrow, but a special edition of New Super Mario Bros. U with Luigi DLC is coming, too.