Nintendo has finally detailed the amiibo support for Twilight Princess HD, while confirming the Wolf Link amiibo will work with Hyrule Warriors.
Heads up adventure game fans! If you missed Zack and Wiki on the Wii, now’s your chance to get it on Wii U.
Xenoblade Chronicles X will be offline briefly today for maintenance and another regular maintenance period has been scheduled for Wednesday.
More information from those Famitsu scans has been revealed, including the Wolf Link amiibo dungeon having 40 levels of content.
The Nintendo NX rumor mill is in full swing this morning, with a supposed survey from GFK, a market research firm.
A new rumor has surfaced that says Nintendo is creating the NX to interface with smartphones, and possibly competitors like the PS4.
Translations of the Famitsu scans released a few days ago reveal new information about amiibo support in Twilight Princess HD.
Oh goody, more maintenance for Splatoon and other services. And it’s happening during prime-time for the West coast. Good job, Nintendo.
A new update is on the way for Splatoon, bringing several changes to the new maps added over the past few months.
ESPN has announced it is getting into eSports with several different games, including Super Smash Bros.
The digital version of Twilight Princess HD has just gone up on Amazon for pre-order, starting at $10 less than the physical version which...
Minecraft: Story Mode episode one is coming to the Wii U this week, with the option to purchase a full season pass.
Nintendo is having an extended maintenance period for its online services tonight, making several games unavailable.
President Obama was interviewed by some of YouTube’s best content creators and Nintendo’s amiibo make an appearance.
Nintendo’s new president Tatsumi Kimishima has outlined some of his business plans for the Big N in a Japanese newspaper.
Nintendo of America has announced that Splatoon is getting its final weapon in the game today, the Custom Hydra Splatling.
Pokken Tournament is releasing worldwide on the same day, March 18.