May 8th - Nintendo is still struggling and it's clear they're taking steps into territory they've never gone before: copying a competitor's product.
May 8th - A senior analyst says Nintendo will not be taking losses on its Wii U stock anymore due to needing to manufacture more units.
May 7th - A web app for viewing Mario Kart 8 videos and keeping up with your friends is in the works in Japan.
May 7th - Child of Light performs well in Japan on PS3/PS4, while 3DS reclaims the top spot in terms of both hardware and software.
May 7th - Valiant Hearts - The Great War is Ubisoft's new UbiArt title, but they're not bringing it to the Wii U.
May 7th - Nintendo provides a look at the history of sales for all of its consoles and handheld systems to date.
May 7th - Nintendo has released their quarterly financial results, reporting a net loss of 23.2 billion yen, or $228 million USD.
May 6th - IDC is reporting that the PS4 will take the lead this console cycle, while the Wii U will receive another price cut.
May 6th - Here's a look at the Wii vs. Wii U version of Grumble Volcano, a track found in both version of Mario Kart that has gotten a makeover in Mario Kart 8.
May 6th - Nintendo has filed for two trademarks in Europe, both revolving around Pokemon in some way.
May 6th - Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn has successfully raised $450,000 in order to be brought to every console and PC imaginable.
May 5th - Yacht Club Games has a final submission build for Shovel Knight, after announcing a delay a few weeks ago.
May 5th - Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails is coming to the Wii U eShop on May 15.