Nintendo is preparing a new upgrade to its 3DS gaming system.
Sony's latest gaming handheld is not doing well in Japan, and that likely represents a lack of interest for the device worldwide.
Nintendo has registered the domain name supermario4.com
Nintendo's portable 3D system is finding an unlikely new home.
A new form of entertainment is coming to gamers in glasses-free 3D: music videos.
Gamestop has begun selling downloadable 3DS games.
After a very slow start, Nintendo's 3DS is now gaining significant traction.
Just like Netflix, the Wii was the last one picked to receive Hulu Plus compatibility, but the days of waiting are now over.
The nascent "eShop" platform that lets users download games and apps to their 3DS was pretty successful in 2011.
After suffering a mountain of confusion and complaints, Nintendo appears to be ready to re-brand its next-generation console entirely.
Nintendo is yet again eating 3DS-flavored crow as it lowers internal estimates for how many handheld units will be sold in the next two months.
The Nintendo 3DS has what is perhaps an unlikely supporter.
Nintendo will begin offering game demos through the 3DS's digital download platform today.
After a disappointing launch and months of sluggish sales, the Nintendo 3DS managed to end the year on a high note.
Even though it's the new kid on the block in Japan, the Playstation Vita is still being outsold by a margin of six to one.
The accessory that will add a second joystick controller to the 3DS will be making its way to the US in less than two months.
Your 3DS might not have mobile data connectivity like your friend's iPhone, but Nintendo is trying to make on-the-go Internet a bit more accessible for its portable gamers.
Nintendo has rolled out a firmware update for the 3DS right in time for the big holiday season.
An update to the 3DS that had been scheduled for this week and will bring significant changes to the device, has been delayed to December 8.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime is blasting game makers who use downloadable content (DLC) as a way to nickel-and-dime gamers for material that should have been included in the game upfront.