Can the two most famous Italian plumbers finally convince shoppers to buy a Wii U?
Does Nintendo's new 3D-less 2DS portable gaming device deserve to be on your holiday wish-list? We took it for a quick spin to find out.
Nope, it's not April Fool's Day. Nintendo is going to sell a 3DS without, you know, the 3D screen. And it doesn't fold.
Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart 8 aren't hitting the Wii U until next year. Hopefully the Wii U doesn't get crushed by the PS4 and Xbox One later this year.
Every kid would have flipped out back in the day if Nintendo had sold these custom consoles made by DeviantArt artist Zoki64.
To say that web developer Isao Yamazaki loves Nintendo would be an understatement. He's been collecting items from the Japanese gaming company since 1982.
Okay Nintendo fans. This is the moment you've been waiting for. A video game collector, who goes by the name "byuu," is offering up every single U.S. Super Nintendo game for a cool $25,000. The seller is accepting other offers, too, but it's probably not a bad deal for 721 games.
Nintendo's Wii U eShop is blocking users from purchasing PEGI-18 (things that would be rated M for Mature over here in the States) in Europe for twenty hours of the day. You can't buy games or even access trailers until Nintendo is apparently satisfied that every single minor in Europe is fast asleep.
Here's a decent idea: Nintendo is rolling out a barebones, $99.99 Wii Mini to pick up any stragglers who didn't buy one of the 97 million Wiis sold to date. Here's a bad idea: Nintendo may only release the Wii Mini in Canada in time for the holidays.
Nintendo's first HD console, the Wii U, launched yesterday and is hitting its first big snag: an issue with power loss during the necessary day one patch is leaving bricked — read: unusable — Wii U consoles in its wake.