Entries in 'Nintendo' (2026)
Ripstone has confirmed that Pure Chess will be available on the Nintendo eShop later this month.
Mario will be adorning McDonalds’ Happy Meal boxes in the UK later this month.
The Nintendo website has been updated with a new section looking to emphasize the company’s indie credentials.
Criterion founder Alex Ward has attacked both Nintendo and EA over their treatment of Need for Speed: Most Wanted on Wii U.
Nintendo has confirmed the rumoured Yoshi's New Island 3DS XL is heading to North America this month, but we can't help noting one glaring omission from the package.
Dedicated video games hardware will remain Nintendo’s core focus, the company has pledged.
Nordic has announced that Darksiders II is once again available on the Wii U eShop.
Nintendo’s Wi-Fi Connect services will shortly be shut down.
Hedge fund manager and Nintendo share holder Seth Fischer has urged Nintendo to move into the smartphone market.
Google Play and iOS games accounted for 75 per cent of app store spending last year.
Comedy writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are set to write and co-direct a movie adaptation of Blake J. Harris's upcoming book, Console Wars.
Platform holder Nintendo has launched a new YouTube channel called Nintendo Girls Club.
Developer Renegade Kid has revealed a surprising statistic about its action platformer Mutant Mudds Deluxe.
A free-to-play take on 3DS title Steel Diver is coming to Nintendo’s eShop today.
Nintendo tonight made a number of 3DS announcements - including news it is developing a football management title.
The biggest game on the Wii U release calendar has a UK release date.
The Wii U version of Watch Dogs is still in development, but won't launch alongside the rest of the game's platforms this spring.
Nintendo is reportedly dialing up a Yoshi's New Island 3DS XL bundle for the game's launch next month.
The Pokemon Bank 3DS app for Pokemon X & Y has arrived in several territories, including Europe and North America.
Well that didn’t take long.
Sega has shot down rumours that its next Nintendo-exclusive Sonic title will go multi-format.
A single system combining both home and handheld consoles could be the future of Nintendo’s hardware business.
Nintendo IS releasing enough first party games to propel its platforms forward.
Nintendo’s financial plans for the year ahead have not been designed to accommodate a Wii U price drop.