Feb 19th - Kirby and the Rainbow Curse hits the Nintendo eShop tomorrow, but there's a few other notable releases as well!
Feb 19th - Xenoblade Chronicles director has praised the Smash Shulk amiibo and said he'd love a Xenoblade Chronicles amiibo series.
Feb 19th - A Capcom representative explains why Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is skipping Nintendo products, despite getting their start there.
Feb 19th - Iwata has confirmed that the West Coast port dispute has had an impact on their supply for both amiibo and the new Nintendo 3DS XL.
Feb 19th - A new update to Miiverse now allows you to see when people you follow have followed someone new, as well as that person's favorite posts.
Feb 18th - Strength of the Sword is a 3D brawler mixed with unique PvP mechanics that is nearing its Wii U stretch goal on Kickstarter.
Feb 18th - Ganon features as a playable character in a new mode in the Hyrule Warriors fourth DLC, the Big Boss pack.
Feb 18th - Smash producer Masahiro Sakurai talks balance of the game and why so many "clone" characters featured in this iteration of Super Smash Bros.
Feb 18th - Iwata says Nintendo will discuss the Quality of Life platform and future smartphone endeavors in the next financial meeting.
Feb 18th - A small blurb in the most recent Game Informer mentions that Star Fox for Wii U won't require motion controls.
Feb 18th - A banner in a Walmart gaming section is advertising the gold Mario amiibo as a Walmart exclusive item.
Feb 17th - GameStop says it will have new stock of the GameCube adapter for the Wii U soon.
Feb 17th - Starfall Studios details their plans for Sneaky Ninja on the Wii U, including awesome support for the GamePad.
Feb 17th - During today's investor meeting, Iwata stated that Nintendo is focusing on games that utilize the GamePad in new and unique ways.
Feb 17th - Playtonic Games has announced that three ex-Rare composers will be joining their team.
Feb 17th - President Satoru Iwata has confirmed that Nintendo will begin offering amiibo cards later this year to help combat amiibo rarity.
Feb 17th - Nintendo says it remains committed to amiibo and will consider more production for highly popular figures.