Entries in 'ds' (550)
A raft of third-parties are on-board to make games for the Nintendo 3DS.
A classic Nintendo DS franchise is confirmed for the 3DS: Nintendogs.
Nintendo's 3DS has charged out the gate at E3 - it already boasts major support from Hollywood studios working on 3D movies.
Activision’s hugely popular Modern Warfare 2 has unlocked a new achievement – over 20m copies of the game have been sold since release.
THQ has announced that de Blob 2: The Underground will be the first entry in the franchise to be available in high-definition and 3D.
Very few specifics are known about Nintendo's 3DS, the new handheld it will unveil next week.
Momentum may be slowing, but Nintendo’s Wii continues to break European sales records.
Japan’s Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association has released figures that show how severe a problem piracy is on Nintendo DS.
The flood of bad games – and the damaging effects of piracy – have ruined the software market on Wii and DS according to Namco Bandai’s VP of sales, marketing ...
The UK DS charts have finally seen a change at the top as this week’s new release Rooms: The Main Building takes No.1.
Long-running children’s franchise Sesame Street will be making its Wii debut this autumn with two games that use none of the Remote’s buttons.
If you think you’ve read this story before, we can promise you haven’t – it’s just that rumours surrounding a possible resurrection of acclaimed N64 GoldenEye are nothing new.
Nintendo has today revealed a new culinary DS title, 1000 Cooking Recipes from Elle à Table.
505 has unveiled the first details of Grease: The Official Video Game, with the emphasis, appropriately enough, on singing and dancing.
The latest instalment in one of the world’s largest RPG series has finally been given a UK release date.
A British sports star has become possibly the highest profile name ever to be jailed for the piracy of video games.
Warner Bros has announced that the sequel to its 2009 DS hit will be named Super Scribblenauts.
At first glance it might seem as if Nintendo’s hardware was the star performer in the somewhat disappointing US April video games market, but a quick look back to this ...