Entries in 'Nintendo' (2037)
Well, we're all a good few hours into playing our Wii U's now, and sales charts for Q3 this year have come in.
Five days. In a tent. On the street. For a games console. Hurrah?
Third party support is crucial to any console launch, and Nintendo has done a sterling job of rallying publishers behind Wii U.
Punters who buy a Wii U this weekend face a sizable day one patch if they want full functionality – a fact Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has apologised for.
The numbers don’t lie, but sometimes they do need to be considered in a wider context.
Nintendo has officially unveiled the Wii Mini.
EA expects its Wii U launch titles to get plenty of attention next week.
Unsubstantiated rumours from little known websites are never correct, right?
The next generation of consoles will struggle to prosper unless Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo adapt their way of business.
An unsubstantiated rumour has suggested Nintendo will unveil a second new console before Christmas.
Nintendo’s impressive TVii service has been confirmed for Europe.
Opinion remains divided on whether Wii U is able to match the visuals of the Xbox 360 and PS3 – unless you’re Reggie Fils-Aime, of course.
Atari founder and games industry veteran Nolan Bushnell has predicted bad things for both Wii U and the wider console games industry.
Wii U has already sold out, retailers have told MCV.
The official midnight opening for next week's Wii U launch will be held at the flagship Oxford Street store of entertainment retailer HMV.
The developer of Metro: Last Light has lashed out at the technical innards of Nintendo’s Wii U.
Can Wii U replicate the record-breaking success of the Wii?
Nintendo might be selling Wii U hardware at a loss, but each sale should still result in a profit for the platform holder.
Apple’s range of iDevices dominate the Christmas lists of kids aged 6-12 in the US.
Over a hundred GAME stores have had Wii U demo pods installed for the public.
Nintendo has this afternoon named the new general manager of its UK operation: Simon Kemp.
A member of video games forum NeoGaf appears to have found an OS loophole that grants access to Wii U’s debug menu.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the Wii U was released in America yesterday and supply shortages are leading to sky-high prices online.
An interactive Pokemon encyclopaedia called Pokemon Zukan has been launched on the Japanese Apple App Store.
You can sell all the consoles you want, but unless you can convince the people that own them to buy software you’re still screwed.