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Nintendo and Ubisoft have teamed up to create a special ZombiU launch bundle for the UK and Europe.
Nintendo has announced the Wii U will be released in the UK and Europe on Friday, November 30th.
Activision's next Call of Duty, Black Ops 2, outing is definitely heading to Nintendo's Wii U.
While the rest of the world is still waiting for Wii U launch details from Nintendo, the platform holder's Japanese arm is readying a third-party showcase for the console.
It's been quiet on the Wii U front since E3, but tomorrow, finally, Nintendo will reveal all.
It was presented alongside the Wii u hardware itself by Nintendo at E3, but it looks like Ghost Recon Online may now never reach the console.
The question, of course, is whether or not gamers still seek the kind of ‘rich’ handheld experience that portable games consoles offer.
The established Nintendo narrative amongst European journalists seems to be quite negative at the moment, but the story in Japan could hardly be better.
GAME OF THE DAY: Nintendo’s unrelenting critics would have you believe its mascot’s latest handheld outing is ‘Mario by the numbers’. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Capcom has confirmed to MCV that it will reveal its first Wii U game ‘very soon.' But it won't be shown at Gamescom, the publishers says.
This Friday is an historic one for Nintendo.
The days of Satoru Iwata cowering behind the sofa at the mere mention of the internet are (mostly) behind us.
It has only been out a week, but already New Super Mario Bros 2 is one of the 3DS' biggest selling video games.
FIFA 13 will be amongst the first titles to launch on Wii U this year.
Future has recruited a new editorial team for its Official Nintendo Magazine.
With a 90 per cent bigger screen, more grown-up design and refined controls, 3DS XL is an attractive new device. But who has the best deal?
A second retailer is offering to sell gamers a brand new 3DS XL for just £80 if they hand over their old 3DS hardware.
Nintendo has reported a ¥10,331 million operating loss for the quarter ending June 30th 2012.
Nintendo could be on the way to withdrawing from the console hardware market, according to one of gaming’s most senior executives.
Retailer GAME has become the first to go live with its trade-in offer for Nintendo’s 3DS, which is released in the UK this Friday.
Wii U will be the first next-console to market, but Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has dismissed the idea that it gives the machine a competitive advantage.
Ahead of the release of Wii U later this year, Nintendo’s UK office has ditched its current PR agency Good Relations.
DISCLAIMER: HMV hasn’t revealed a new twin-stick 3DS XL.
Nintendo UK has named Shelly Pearce as the firm’s UK marketing and PR director.