Sep 18th - Nitendo has posted their latest eShop update this morning and a lot of exciting new additions have made their way into the digital storefront. We also get news about the Smash Bros 3DS demo!
Sep 17th - Resolutiongate strikes again. After news that Bayonetta 2 was struggling to reach 60 frames per second, another upcoming title seems to be having a bit of trouble in the graphics department. Disney Infinity 2.0 is said to be coming in at a resolution of 1138 x 600
Sep 17th - If, for whatever reason, you have yet to give Mario Kart 8 a spin then you'll want to consider picking it up through Target's latest offer. You'll get a quick and easy 25% off the game when redeeming it through Cartwheel, their mobile app that delivers daily deals.
Sep 17th - Another slip up by Nintendo has that November 21st release date for Super Smash Bros Wii U back into the rumor mill. Sounds like Nintendo has already set a date internally and is getting ready to announce it any moment.
Sep 17th - We're barreling toward the launch of Hyrule Warriors, and many of you are likely looking for reviews to help you make an informed purchase decision. Thankfully we didn't have to put up with any lengthy embargo -- the reviews are already beginning to roll in.
Sep 17th - This week's Japanese sales figures from Media Create are in and we're hardly surprised by the way the numbers fall. See how it all looks by checking out the full numbers inside!
Sep 16th - Nefarious is one of the more interesting games to hit Kickstarter that could eventually find a home on Wii U. It needs your dollars on Kickstarter if that is going to happen, though!
Sep 16th - Another great indie title could soon find its way into the Nintendo eShop. Thomas Was Alone, one of the most unique and interesting games to have debuted in recent years, has been rated by a German ratings board for a Wii U release.
Sep 16th - Fast Racing Neo is on its way, and expectations are that it should bring blazing fast racing goodness akin to the likes of F-Zero or Wipeout. We haven't seen much from the game to this point, but the very first screenshot has arrived.
Sep 16th - You can officially call Super Smash Bros a "smash hit." Teehee. The game went on sale for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan this past weekend, and the first sales figures for the title have been revealed. Nintendo is boasting a rate of 1 million units sold in its first 48 hours.
Sep 16th - Nintendo has come out to confirm that bans on players using Peach in Super Smash Bros were a mistake and the result of a bug. Said bug is being addressed in a software update that should go out within the week in Japan.
Sep 15th - Hoping for the day that Minecraft shows up on a Nintendo system? That possibility could be in jeopardy as Microsoft has officially announced that they purchased the studio responsible for the popular mining, building and survival game.
Sep 15th - Target has a pretty interesting deal for those looking to buy Hyrule Warriors when it launches. If you pre-order the game and buy another current game in the same order, you'll receive $20 off.
Sep 15th - It looks like owns of both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS are going to have a lot of options for Super Smash Bros tools later this year. Early reports have uncovered an in-game option for syncing the Nintendo 3DS to your Wii U and being able to use it as a full-fledged controller for the console version.
Sep 15th - We're not sure this news validates concerns that the Wii U is underpowered, but here it is anyway. Digital Foundry went hands-on with a recent build of Bayonetta 2 and found that it struggled to maintain a framerate of 60 frames per second.