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The latest entry in the Mario Kart series has already sold 1.2m units across the globe, says Nintendo.
Nintendo has revealed an adapter that allows GameCube controllers to be used with the Wii U.
Is Nintendo going to finally give us a ‘proper’ reveal of the new Legend of Zelda game on Wii U at E3 next month?
Nintendo has announced a new affiliate program for YouTube streamers.
Nintendo’s NFP model figure collection will apparently be a feature of the new Super Smash Bros.
Channel 4’s E4 is to screen race uploads from upcoming Wii U racer Mario Kart 8.
There will be at least five games from Ubisoft at E3 next month – but none of them will be for Nintendo platforms.
One of Nintendo’s less successful IPs could very well be on track for a Wii U resurrection.
Nintendo has hatched a plan that it hopes will stimulate Tomodachi Life’s player base.
Owners of both Wii and DS will no longer be able to play their titles online from today.
The internet was last week set alight for a few brief moment as John Lewis offered an unbelievable discount on Wii U hardware.
An attempt by a Texas company to sting Nintendo for an alleged patent infringement with its DS design has been dismissed.
One million sales and beyond – that’s the expectation Tecmo Koei has for its in-development Wii U exclusive Hyrule Warriors.
Did you know the blue ‘spiny’ shell in Mario Kart can now be stopped?
Electronics firm Philips has asked the Delaware courts to force Nintendo to stop selling Wii U in the US.
MCM Comic Con has been named as the host of Nintendo's first ever pop-up shop.
There seems to have been two main reactions to Nintendo’s recent annual loss of $456m. The most prominent is that these huge losses suggest Nintendo’s time is up.
Fast food giant McDonalds says its latest Happy Meal campaign is using Super Mario to help kids keep fit.
This year’s release of Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros will sell Wii U hardware and help the machine hit its 3.6m unit sales target.
Satoru Iwata has confirmed to investor that the company already knows what it has planned for its follow-up to the struggling Wii U.
After two days of intense criticism from social media and the press, Nintendo has finally offered an official apology for the heterosexual marriage requirement in 3DS title Tomodachi Life.
Publishers and platform holders no longer have to ignore one of the world’s biggest video games markets. China is open for business.
The UK High Street has called on Nintendo once again to lower the price of Wii U.
Nintendo's refusal to revisit the heterosexual marriage requirement in 3DS game Tomodachi Life has caused an eruption of criticism across the internet.
Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2 is still due out in 2014.