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Q1 has delivered mixed fortunes for the struggling Nintendo.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker has been dated for a January 2015 UK release.
Nintendo is granting its previously digital-only NES Remix titles a boxed physical release.
Sonic the Hedgehog reboot Sonic Boom will release for 3DS and Wii U this November, Sega has announced.
The number of consumers who say they plan on buying a Wii U doubled after E3 in June.
PlayStation 4 led US hardware sales for the sixth consecutive month and remains the life-to-date leader for next-gen hardware, Sony has announced.
Want to try Nintendo's quirky life-sim title Tomodachi Life for free?
Nintendo will be travelling around the UK and showing off its latest handheld games this summer.
The security of Nintendo’s Wii U appears to have been compromised.
Independent games retailers are now able to sell digital games for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
“I do not understand video games and I feel angry.”
Will Zelda for Wii U be an open world game? Perhaps not in the traditional sense.
Ubisoft has secured a very respectable No.2 in the Japanese charts with the PS4 version of Watch Dogs.
Satoru Iwata’s plan to reverse Nintendo’s decline has been given the backing of investors.
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.
One thing Nintendo is rarely accused of is having its finger on the pulse – but there’s a good reason for that.
It can be a painful experience to look back at Nintendo’s more recent E3 press conferences.
Nintendo has shifted 2m copies of Mario Kart 8, according to a shareholder that had attended the company's annual general meeting.
Bayonetta 2 developer Platinum Games has once again waxed lyrical about its partnership with Nintendo and said that it would love to extend it.
Retailer ShopTo has started taking pre-orders for Nintendo’s Amiibo figures.
The market has yet to decide the ultimate fate of Wii U, Japanese developer Tomonobu Itagaki has said.
Satoru Iwata will miss Nintendo’s upcoming annual general meeting after news he has undergone surgery.
Nintendo has pledged to support Wii U for the long term and and disputed the belief that the console is struggling.