Entries in 'Nintendo' (348)
American Nintendo boss Reggie Fils-AIme has insisted that upcoming toy line Amiibo will not compete with Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
Wii U is currently battling it out for first place in the next-gen console war, according to Nintendo America boss Reggie Fils-Aime.
Nintendo’s answer to Skylanders and Disney Infinity has been pictured in greater detail.
Nintendo has hinted that some new entries in the Metroid series could be in development.
Nintendo has revealed some more projects being worked on by development legend Shigeru Miyamoto.
Nintendo has announced a brand new game for the 3DS.
Mario Kart has repeated what it accomplished in both the UK and Japan by giving Wii U hardware sales a boost in the US.
Nintendo’s first party Wii U showing is improving all the time, but third parties continue to distance themselves from the console.
Nintendo has revealed more details about its Wii U GameCube controller adapter.
Hack and slash title Devil’s Third is going to be exclusive to Nintendo’s Wii U.
Wii U owners who choose to buy Bayonetta 2 digitally will not receive the complimentary copy of the first game.
It may still not have a name, but there’s no holding back Zelda Wii U in the visuals department.
In some ways it was a shame Nintendo didn’t take to the E3 stage in person tonight as that was its best E3 showing for some time.
Nintendo has officially confirmed previously leaked title Mario Maker.
Bayonetta 2 at last has a release date on Wii U.
A new Legend of Zelda game is coming next year.
Nintendo has entered the toys-to-life category with Amiibo.
Yoshi’s Woolly World is on the way to Wii U.
Nintendo has revealed a new title starring Toad.
Nintendo has revealed more details about the upcoming Super Smash Bros.
An interview with Shigeru Miyamoto has seemingly revealed Star Fox for Wii U slightly ahead of the official announcement.
Ubisoft is holding back Wii U games until the console starts selling better.
Nintendo may not be taking to the E3 stage this year but it will have a special Nintendo Direct tomorrow night.
A year on from E3 2013 and perhaps the most surprising thing is that everything has panned out just as you might have expected.
Sony has re-taken the crown as the world’s most successful games console manufacturer.