Show off your Amiibo collection!
Nintendo is having an awful year when it comes to review scores.
Get Mario Tennis 64 for free, which was released 15 years ago and still has more content than Mario Tennis Ultra Smash on Wii U.
Amiibo turns 1 year old today!
The rise of digital gaming offers numerous conveniences, but many of us still want physical copies of our games. Why?
This is one way to break into the used video game market.
The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth likely won’t see Wii U release because of lack of power.
EA finally admits it doesn’t make Wii U games because the install base just isn’t big enough.
A new weapon is releasing in Splatoon tonight just in time for the weekend!
Looking for a great deal on Guitar Hero Live? Amazon has you covered.
Turns out Europe isn’t getting the gold Mega Man amiibo. Capcom says the regular Mega Man amiibo will unlock the same features in the Legacy Collection.
Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Typoman, and more make up this week’s Nintendo eShop downloads.
Getting your hands on the Chibi-Robo amiibo will require you to buy it from Amazon, thanks to an exclusivity deal.
Bowser has a vendetta against Mario in one of the new official courses inside Course World.
Splatoon has gotten so popular in Japan that it’s getting space on store shelves for merchandise this holiday season.
Cloud is looking fantastic in Super Smash Bros., especially on the new Midgar stage that will accompany him.
Toon Link takes no prisoners in the latest Hyrule Warriors Legends gameplay video.
Developer Renegade Kid has announced that Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is delayed to early 2016.
Michael Pachter is back with some analysis about the NX and Nintendo’s dependence on third-party support to be successful.
This week’s new weapon in Splatoon is a variant of the Bamboozler assault-sniper rifle.
Paul Rubio says he spent two days just reading two years of comments and crying at the hatred for RiME.
Compared to PS4’s first seven weeks, the Switch is waaay ahead.
The Nintendo Switch has a bright future ahead of it, thanks to the great wealth of games we know that are coming. Here’s the series we’re most looking forward to playing on Switch.
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And that’s in Japan alone.
Your console is now more stable.
The Nintendo DS & 3DS had several models, so it’s likely Nintendo will continue that tradition with the Nintendo Switch.
One of the improvements in the Switch version is the ability to change character and kart in an online lobby.
The first speedrunner to 100% complete the game did it in 49 hours.
Here’s a few improvements we want to see to the Switch eShop now that the console has been available for a few months.