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.
McDonald's newest commercial pits old archenemies against one another with surprising results.
This custom Waluigi amiibo has been modified from the Luigi amiibo base so you can set up the Waluigi costume option on Luigi.
With the Digital Deluxe program having ended, Nintendo will keep the site open until April for customers to redeem vouchers.
AMD hints that it is developing new architecture for a client to be revealed in 2016.
Does Nintendo strike gold with Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker or are we left with a handful of coal?
Check out the evolution of the Nintendo controllers over the years in a slick animation.
Toys R Us confirms that the cancellations are due to lack of stock on Nintendo's part.
Miyamoto compares Mario's appearance in games to how Mickey Mouse evolved with new animation technology.
Nintendo's Digital Deluxe promotion is ending at the end of the month, be sure to use your points wisely!
A Japanese website has confirmed that Sharp will continue supplying LCD screens for Nintendo's future hardware.
An internal GameStop memo says The Villager, Marth, and the Wii Fit Trainer are discontinued from this point on.
A Toys R Us store has been spotted selling Zelda amiibos early, perhaps other retailers will be following suit with no concrete release date?
Here's a preliminary breakdown of sales for Super Smash Bros. across the globe, expect a 1 million announcement from Nintendo soon.
Is your gamer friend Wii U-less? Don't worry, Nintendo can help you fix that on the cheap this holiday season.