Entries in '3ds' (156)
It’s hard to envisage a future in which handheld consoles remain relevant, EA COO Peter Moore has argued.
Sony’s popular cross-buy initiative has enjoyed a tentative debut on Nintendo platforms.
The era of portable consoles may be drawing to a close.
Retailer ShopTo has started taking pre-orders for Nintendo’s Amiibo figures.
American Nintendo boss Reggie Fils-AIme has insisted that upcoming toy line Amiibo will not compete with Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
Nintendo’s answer to Skylanders and Disney Infinity has been pictured in greater detail.
Nintendo has announced a brand new game for the 3DS.
Sales of the 3DS XL and 3DS rose this week thanks to a number of new releases, according to Japanese market data provided by Famitsu.
Mario Maker looks like it could be revealed by Nintendo at E3 next week.
Sega has said that both versions of Sonic Boom will be released in the UK in November.
Warner Bros has confirmed that TT Games is working on LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.
There will be at least five games from Ubisoft at E3 next month – but none of them will be for Nintendo platforms.
Nintendo has hatched a plan that it hopes will stimulate Tomodachi Life’s player base.
Sales of Nintendo’s handheld continue to grow in Japan as the console takes hold of the Top Ten, according to Japanese sales data from Famitsu.
Nintendo's refusal to revisit the heterosexual marriage requirement in 3DS game Tomodachi Life has caused an eruption of criticism across the internet.
3DS sales leapt up last week in Japan on the back of Mario Golf: World Tour.
A range of Mario-themed figures will use near field communication have been unveiled by Nintendo.
Upcoming 3DS title Tomodachi life will not allow gamers to marry others of the same sex.
3DS title Mario Gold: World Tour will be the first Nintendo game to offer a season pass.
Raw processing power has been named as the reason why Nintendo decided against releasing NES Remix or NES Remix 2.
Square Enix is to once again merge its Theatrhythm and Final Fantasy IPs in a new release on Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo, in a rare move, has announced it will be cutting the price on five of its first-party 3DS hits – including Mario, Donkey Kong, and Animal Crossing titles.
Having gained a devoted following in Japan, Nintendo’s “new Animal Crossing” is going to be debuted on 3DS in Western markets.
From Software’s Dark Souls II was the best selling game in Japan throughout March, the latest Famitsu data reveals.