Feb 9th - Nintendo's TV spot for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is cute and oh hey, exclusive to the Wii U.
Feb 6th - According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Netflix is working on a live-action Legend of Zelda series.
Feb 6th - The 18th annual DICE awards were held last night and Nintendo claimed three of the available awards.
Feb 6th - Japan is getting a special edition Xenoblade Chronicles X bundle that comes with a map and a unique artbook for the game.
Feb 6th - Japan's presentation for Xenoblade Chronicles X is over, but we learned two new details about the online multiplayer for the game.
Feb 5th - The Monster Hunter 4 demo is now available to everyone, you can pre-load Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, and new Hyrule Warriors DLC has launched!
Feb 5th - Two men entered a music shop dressed as Mario & Luigi and began causing a scene, forcing Cambridge police to get involved.
Feb 5th - New information has surfaced about Splatoon after the new issue of Famitsu has been translated.
Feb 5th - GameStop has opened pre-orders for the Super Mario amiibo collection, but Toad is already unavailable.
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.