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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This week, the IGEA calls the sales reporting systems in Australia 'outdated', while banned games look for new avenues into the country.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.
The future of the Basic model of Wii U was further questioned when reports suggested Australian retailer EB Games would be recalling the SKU.
No family console is complete without a karaoke game.
London based agency 77PR has been appointed to handle Nintendo UK’s consumer lifestyle PR.
PAX Australia gets detailed this week, GameArena is in trouble, while, in spite of an R18+ rating, not one but two games feel the ban hammer.
Shock news – there are formats on which Angry Birds has not yet been released.
There is an assortment of emerging markets out there – and Bethesda is interested in hardly any of them.
We all thought the same thing when we saw the zero-gravity stuff in Mario Kart 8 – where’s the new F-Zero game from Nintendo?
Hopes that Wii U might increase its competitive position via a price cut in the run-up to Christmas have seemingly been dashed.
Human rights organisation Walk Free has launched a campaign targeting Nintendo.
Nintendo has prevailed in the US Court of Appeals to uphold the company’s victory in a patent-infringement case involving the Wii Balance Board.
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.