Nintendo released its Q3 report for 2014, showing lifetime Wii U sales have risen to 9.2 million worldwide.
Hyrule Warriors has managed to ship one million units worldwide since its release last year.
Former Nintendo executive Dan Adelman has been discussing the internal structure of Nintendo and why it takes so long to get anything done.
Koei Tecmo's vice president discusses the future of hybrid games like Hyrule Warriors and what he'd like to do with a Mario crossover game.
Former Nintendo executive Dan Adelman discusses the third party problem for Nintendo's platforms and says it's partly Nintendo's own fault.
Famitsu is hosting a Pokken Tournament stream later next week, where more details will be announced about the upcoming arcade game.
Nintendo is releasing amiibo wave 4 in April, which includes two Fire Emblem characters compatible with Code Name S.T.E.A.M.
Nintendo debuted the New Nintendo 3DS XL during today's Nintendo Direct presentation, but there are a few problems with the reveal.
Nintendo detailed the amiibo compatibility for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, as well as giving us a look at some of the gameplay.
During today's Nintendo Direct, president Satoru Iwata announced that Wii titles are now available to download from the Wii U eShop.
Nintendo released several new details about Splatoon, including gear and weapons changes and a preview of the hub area.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars includes a unique incentive to reward player creators, but it will also be cross-buy on both Wii U...
Nintendo has announced a brand new set of amiibo designed for Mario Party 10, but compatible with all current amiibo-compatible titles.
One of Nintendo's trademarks for VirtualConsole has expired, though it has different applications than the eService as we know it.
Nintendo has been knocking it out of the park with third-party partnerships for their games. What do you want to see next?
Last month we heard about Sharp's free-form screen initiative, this week thanks to CES we get a glimpse at those screens.
Famitsu reveals that sales in Japan for handheld and console games have reached the lowest point they've ever been.