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Nintendo is giving 3DS game Steel Diver a free-to-play makeover.
"We are to blame.” That’s the message from Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata regarding the disappointing sales of the Wii U.
The impending arrival of the next generation of consoles poses not threat to Nintendo. Wii U, the company’s American boss has argued.
The Xbox 360’s iron grip on the North American market has finally been released.
Nintendo has been told that it must sell more Wii U’s if it wishes to win back the affections of third party publisher EA.
Spirited Nintendo America boss Reggie Fils-Aime has said that there’s a very simply solution to the ‘problem’ of pre-owned – make better games.
Despite not once naming the format in any of its press releases or marketing materials, Activision now says Call of Duty: Ghosts is getting a release on Wii U.
The in-development Zelda title for Wii U was considered for inclusion in Nintendo’s E3 Direct presentation, it has been revealed.
Concerns about Nintendo’s financial health are missing the point, design legend Shigeru Miyamoto has argued.
Deciding not to hold its traditional E3 press conference was a surprise move from Nintendo, but perhaps now the reasons behind it are clear.
Acclaimed Japanese developer Monolith Soft is working on new titles for Nintendo platforms, starting with a new RPG currently titled X.
The first 3DS outing for the Pokémon series will arrive on October 12th.
Fans have been given their first look at the next Smash Bros for both Wii U and 3DS.
Wii U fans will have to wait until next year to get their hands on Platinum Games’ Bayonetta 2.
The HD remake of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker will be released October 2013.
Wii Party U has been announced… and delayed.
The next entry in Mario Kart will be available for Wii U early next year.
Microsoft and Sony have had their turn – now it’s Nintendo’s chance to woo the world at E3.
Perhaps spotting a chink in the enemy’s armour, Nintendo appears to have rejuvenated its efforts to win favour amongst indie developers.
Another US analyst has poured scorn on Nintendo’s Wii U and said that the opportunity for success will soon pass.
Despite mixed support from third parties, Ubisoft still believes Wii U can find a place in the market.
All three platform holders are ready for what they hope will be their biggest and most important E3s to-date.
Nintendo should go multiplatform, industry veteran and Eidos life president Ian Livingstone has said.
The future of the entry-level Wii U 8GB Basic SKU is shrouded in confusion this morning.