Entries in 'Nintendo' (374)
This week's edition of MCV is rammed with 100 pages of insight on the games media, Nintendo 2DS and the world of Quality Assurance.
An annual subscription is to be charged for a new Pokemon cloud storage service for 3DS owners.
It may be too late to convince third parties to support Wii U, claims Bethesda’s VP of PR and marketing Pete Hines.
Nintendo is working hard on building an infrastructure to support independent developers on its 3DS and Wii U platforms, says Reggie Fils-Aime.
Sony and Nintendo have vastly differing handheld visions, as is demonstrated by the contrasting approaches of Vita and 3DS.
The Oxford Street branch of John Lewis will next week offer a special opportunity for Nintendo fans.
Nintendo has an annoying habit of defying what many people expect them to do.
Nintendo twin-screen 2DS isn’t quite what it appears.
Nintendo now has three options for those looking to buy into the 3DS family – and this chart explains it all very clearly.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has delivered his verdict over the PS4 and Xbox One software launch line-ups.
Nintendo has cut the trade price of Wii U, with retailers knocking around £30 off the RRP.
As previously rumoured, Nintendo will be bundling its Wind Waker remake in with the Wii U this Christmas.
The price of the Premium Wii U bundle has been slashed by $50 in the US and Canada.
Nintendo has ditched 3D for its next games handheld.
The dedicated handheld gaming market is more than fine, according to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.
The CEO of Skylanders: Giants and Swap Force co-developer N-Space has said that his studio currently has no Nintendo games in development for the first time in a decade.
A new Wii U bundle starring The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD appears to be on the way.
The US arm of retailer GameStop has ramped up the price of hard-to-find Wii title Xenoblade Chronicles.
Platfrom holder Nintendo believes The Wonderful 101 can draw in new fans to Wii U.
Earlier this month, Ghostlight launched an unusual appeal to help bring DS RPG Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2.
The American arm of Nintendo has introduced a new way for consumers to get their hands on a cut-price 3DS.
The Wii U’s full retail price of between £250 and £300 is not the reason for its market struggles.
The Wii U version of Rayman Legends will offer an extra goodie for Nintendo fans.
Don’t expect Mario, Zelda or Donkey Kong to appear on non-Nintendo platforms anytime soon.
An impending price drop for the Wii U appears to be out of the question, as Nintendo is still losing money on each console sold.