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A new trademark filed by Nintendo seems to suggest that a digital release for GameCube cult classic Eternal Darkness.
The founder of Oddworld Inhabitants has heaped praise on Nintendo saying that its legacy will outlast many of its rivals.
Nintendo has revealed its plan to make 3DS this year’s biggest games console.
Angry Birds and Pokémon are the latest big name franchise to take on Skylanders as the toy war heats up, but is there enough space to stock them all?
Third party support for Nintendo's new console has been erratic at best, but Activision has confirmed it will support Wii U with six titles this autumn, including Call of Duty: ...
This week's issue of MCV is filled with great interviews and analysis, as we reveal why Nintendo 3DS is the console of the year.
Those who pick up an eShop download code for Pikmin 3 from retailer GAME can download the game right now.
A black model of Nintendo’s 3DS XL line looks to be on its way to shelves in North America, according to an ad promoting the hardware.
Quick – there might be a new indie villain in town!
3DS is now outselling PS3 and 360 week-by-week, Nintendo has told MCV.
3DS owners will now be able to StreetPass users using Nintendo Zone hot spots across the UK.
After a 19 year wait, European fans will finally get their hands on acclaimed RPG EarthBound.
Nintendo is marking the launch of Pikmin 3 with several demo events to give consumers the chance to try out the Wii U strategy game.
Nintendo's own take on the Skylanders toy/game model will be released next month – but the toys might miss the launch.
Nintendo will be showcasing both Wii U and 3DS around the UK this summer, visiting various festivals and air shows.
UK games retailers will do battle over a possible £1.28bn over the next six months, MCV?can reveal.
It's a complaint often levelled at Nintendo, but now even the father of Mario is calling for a brand new franchise.
UK publisher Rising Star Games has hired two industry veterans, including Nintendo of Europe’s Martin Mathers.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has teased that unnanounced games from third-party publishers are in development for Wii U.
The release of Wii U came two years too late to save Nintendo from a poor showing in the coming console battleground, it has been claimed.
This week, the IGEA calls the sales reporting systems in Australia 'outdated', while banned games look for new avenues into the country.
Retailer GAME has chosen to highlight Ouya’s emulation functionality as part of its promotion for the console.
Nintendo looks unlikely to respond to pressure to reverse its region-locking policy with Wii U and 3DS.