Sony's Shuhei Yoshida discusses Nintendo's role in the gaming industry as balance.
Inside you'll see a video (sorry!) of what I thought about all the E3 press conferences. You'll also finally be able to see my...
So all three console manufacturers have their E3 2014 press conferences in the books, and by now we've had a bit of time to...
Media Create and Famitsu have submitted their weekly sales numbers for the Japanese region for the week ending May 11th, 2014. How's the good...
Phil Spencer discusses what makes Super Smash Bros. great.
Sony is the new owner of a factory that makes Wii U DRAM chips. But Nintendo is already looking for new partners.
The success of the 3DS and the lift of the console ban in China both attribute to Nintendo's high market value.
Nintendo's stock is on the rise as China's ban on foreign game consoles is officially lifted today.
We know Sony's President already owns two Wii U systems, but he publicly claimed he is optimistic about the console's future as well.
The factory that manufacturers the Wii U's eDRAM could be sold to Sony.
Sony Computer Entertainment's president of worldwide studios isn't afraid to admit he owns not one, but two Wii U consoles.
A renewed focus on games, second-screen enhancements and streaming will feature heavily in upcoming consoles. Did Wii U get the jump, or will it...
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Sony announces the Vita will function like the Wii U GamePad for the PlayStation 4.
Despite previous criticism of the Wii U, Sony now wishes Nintendo success with their new console.
Sony has a few good words to say about the Wii U, apparently.
Sony claims that its aging PS3 and its expensive Vita handheld console can do what the Wii U does.