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Nintendo president Saturo Iwata has for the first admitted that the firm’s focus on 3D visuals for the 3DS will likely not be repeated with future machines.
While fans are no doubt waiting for Zelda HD, Shigeru Miyamoto has other Nintendo properties on his Wii U wish list.
Kid Icarus: Uprising developer Project Sora has been closed, it has been revealed.
The download numbers of New Super Mario Bros 2 will be made public so that the industry 'can better understand' that market, Nintendo has said.
Consumers who buy New Super Mario Bros 2 from GAME or Gamestation will receive a special coin case.
Trolling is wrong and trolls themselves are horrific beings. But is there a genuine business consequence to this most despicable of pastimes?
Sales of the 3DS in America and Europe are not where Nintendo would have hoped, the company has admitted.
Opinions regarding the graphical power of Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U appear to be mixed.
NPD Group has revealed that almost one third of US gamers would rather buy their games digitally than in a shop.
It was a surprise when the 3DS XL was revealed without a second circle pad – that it’s getting a Circle Pad Pro expansion is perhaps less of a surprise.
David Yarnton says it won’t be long until Nintendo rolls out its digital games strategy to retailers.
Nintendo will not make the same mistakes with the Wii U as it did with the 3DS, the console giant’s CEO has claimed.
Nintendo’s Pokemon IP has once again flexed its commercial muscle in Japan.
The 3DS XL could yet be available to pre-order for just £149.99 before the machine arrives in the UK on July 28th.
“One of the things that, on one hand, I love and, on the other hand, that troubles me tremendously about not only our fanbase but about the gaming community at ...
The upcoming 3DS XL can now be pre-ordered for just £167.97 from online retailer GameStop.
A report has claimed Nintendo has now acquired co-ownership status of Tecmo Koei's horror IP Fatal Frame.
Nintendo will offer bigger revenue cuts on digital downloads for the Wii U than other gaming platform providers, according to a report.
David Yarnton is to leave Nintendo, the platform-holder has confirmed to MCV this morning.
Nintendo has seemingly confirmed that the Wii U will not block pre-owned software.
The latest issue of MCV is now available digitally, and it features a blockbuster interview with SCE Group CEO and president, Andrew House.