The YouTube app on the Wii U has gotten an update today, bringing a facelift to the app.
Nintendo’s aggressive YouTube policy is at it again, this time targeting speedrunners and ROM hackers.
One man. One mission. Buy all 57 amiibo in Australia within 24 hours. Can he do it?
One popular YouTube gamer has finally had enough with Nintendo.
The Nintendo Creator’s Program says YouTube channels featuring mixed content is not allowed and you have two weeks to delete non-approved videos.
Nintendo has launched a revenue sharing program for YouTube presenters who want to stream Nintendo games.
YouTube’s app for the Wii U has been updated, bringing a new aesthetic look and a few performance improvements as well.
Nintendo gives fans permission to use its intellection property in derivative works like let’s plays, fanart and more.
Check out this creative look at the guts of the Wii U and the Wii U GamePad.
Nintendo will start its own official YouTube affiliate program, according to a tweet from Nintendo of Japan.
Nintendo seems to be assisting some YouTube channels that are experiencing huge content ID matches on their videos.
YouTube personalities that feature Nintendo games are reporting videos being taken down by copyright claims.
Nintendo has announced that the Nintendo 3DS is getting a YouTube app and the Wii U app is being updated.
Nintendo seems to have reversed its policy of claiming ads on YouTube Let’s Play videos.
Nintendo has filed a form of copyright claim against YouTube Let’s Players who feature Nintendo games.
Iwata discusses how digital downloads for Nintendo titles have more than doubled over the past year.
Amazing acapella renditions of some of the most famous songs from the Legend of Zelda series.