Nov 19th - Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Typoman, and more make up this week's Nintendo eShop downloads.
Nov 18th - Cloud is looking fantastic in Super Smash Bros., especially on the new Midgar stage that will accompany him.
Nov 9th - Nintendo is visiting 16 locations across the United States this holiday season. Are you close to one?
Nov 5th - Yo-Kai Watch is releasing tomorrow, but don't forget about Rodea and the Sky Soldier on Wii U!
Nov 4th - Here's a look at the Japanese hardware and software sales of last week, where the Wii U is still hanging strong thanks to Super Mario Maker and Splatoon.
Nov 4th - Nintendo's Q&A with investors revealed it plans to tackle the mobile market with innovations that attract new demographics not reached with traditional games.
Oct 29th - Here's a look at what's new on the Nintendo eShop this week, including a demo for Tri Force Heroes and two great indie games.
Oct 22nd - There's plenty for NIntendo fans this week on both Wii U and 3DS, including Fatal Frame, Tri Force Heroes, and a demo for Yokai Watch.
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.
Oct 12th - According to Image & Form's CEO, the team hopes to have the game ready to release by December of this year.
Oct 11th - The cute little robot Amiibo will be sold separately as well.
Oct 8th - Looking to pick up some excellent indie games? If you already own Runbow or buy it during this promotion, you can get 30% off other titles.
Oct 8th - The Wii U eShop is pretty light on new releases this week, but there's tons for Nintendo 3DS fans to enjoy.
Oct 7th - Skull Kid is coming to Hyrule Warriors after Hyrule Warriors Legends launches.
Oct 7th - A look at Japanese sales this week shows PlayStation on top, but both Super Mario Maker and Splatoon are holding strong in the top ten.
Oct 1st - Nintendo's newest downloads for the week are out now, including new DLC for Super Smash Bros. and more.
Sep 28th - More than 50% of Yacht Club Games' revenue from Shovel Knight came from Nintendo platforms.