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Feb 17th - Nintendo says it remains committed to amiibo and will consider more production for highly popular figures.
Feb 16th - There's a cranky old man guarding the man-hole to the single-player experience for Splatoon.
Feb 16th - Bayonetta 2 director says if he was given the chance to make a sequel, he would jump at the chance.
Feb 16th - The supposed Smash Rayman leak over the weekend has turned out to be 100% fake after the creator shows his process on YouTube.
Feb 16th - Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma says this iteration of the Zelda series will push the Wii U to its limits.
Feb 15th - Nintendo gives up on bringing the TVii service to Europe due to complex TV and cable structure.
Feb 14th - All Amiibos will work with and give you goodies in Mario Party 10 and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker.
Feb 13th - New areas from Xenoblade Chronicles X have been revealed on the Japanese website dedicated to the game.
Feb 13th - Software sales year over year are up by 45% and while the console only managed to sell 63k last month, that's still a rise over last year.
Feb 13th - IndieCade East will be underway this weekend, with several indie developers who are working on games for Nintendo platforms in attendance.
Feb 13th - A new Japanese site for Mario Party 10 has launched, showcasing new compatibility with previously released amiibos.
Feb 12th - Iwata re-iterates that Nintendo will not embrace mobile as a gaming platform while he is the head of the company.
Feb 12th - Listen to a new music track from Xenoblade Chronicles X as we have a scroll through the custom avatar creator's options.
Feb 12th - In a recent interview, Pachter outlines why he believes Nintendo has failed with the Wii U and how it will affect the company going forward.
Feb 12th - Best Buy has been quiet about the release date of the Meta Knight amiibo, but a recent email sent to pre-order holders confirms the release date.
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Feb 12th - Sonic Boom has barely made a whimper at retail, selling less than 500k units between both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
Feb 11th - A cock-pit comparison shows a real-life cockpit compared to Project CARS on a real racing track and the results are stunning.