Entries in 'Nintendo' (2037)
A free-to-play take on 3DS title Steel Diver is coming to Nintendo’s eShop today.
Nintendo tonight made a number of 3DS announcements - including news it is developing a football management title.
The biggest game on the Wii U release calendar has a UK release date.
The Wii U version of Watch Dogs is still in development, but won't launch alongside the rest of the game's platforms this spring.
Nintendo is reportedly dialing up a Yoshi's New Island 3DS XL bundle for the game's launch next month.
The Pokemon Bank 3DS app for Pokemon X & Y has arrived in several territories, including Europe and North America.
Well that didn’t take long.
Sega has shot down rumours that its next Nintendo-exclusive Sonic title will go multi-format.
A single system combining both home and handheld consoles could be the future of Nintendo’s hardware business.
Nintendo IS releasing enough first party games to propel its platforms forward.
Nintendo’s financial plans for the year ahead have not been designed to accommodate a Wii U price drop.
The founding family of Nintendo will offer up its shares as the platform holder prepares to detail its share buyback scheme tomorrow.
Any declines suffered by Nintendo will come at a cost for the wider market unless platform holders act.
It looks as if Sonic might have unpinned his colours from the Nintendo mast.
Saturo Iwata has hinted that even greater reforms could be on the way for Nintendo than first thought.
There will no longer be any DLC released for the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata this morning outlined his vision for the saving of Nintendo.
Nintendo plans to break away from gaming; Wii U price cut "not an option"; Smartphone service revealed
You’ve likely read dozens of different editorials this past month predicting what the future might bring for Nintendo.
Wii U's Virtual Console library is set to grow a bit more robust, with Nintendo announcing plans to bring Nintendo DS games onto the service.
Mario Kart 8 will arrive for Wii U this May, according to Nintendo.
Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U title Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze could be a sign of things to come on the console.
Nintendo is snubbing the chance to earn nearly $3bn in the next seven years by not bringing its IP to smartphones.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata is to take a 50 per cent cut in wages following the company’s predicted net loss in its latest set of financials.
Mario and friends will not be appearing on smartphones in the foreseeable future, despite recent reports to the contrary.