Nintendo of America's president has an interesting response to people who weren't impressed by its E3 showing.
What was the main takeaway from this year's E3? That would depend on who you asked.
There might be a radical change in one of the biggest trade shows in the technology world.
One of the most ambitious Wii U titles shown at E3 might already have its eyes on other platforms.
So after two years of press conferences, interviews, and hands-on, we still don't know Wii U's full story.
Cloud gaming service Onlive will be integrated into a new line of LG television sets.
We just stepped out of Nintendo's pre-E3 media event, and we were, in a word, disappointed.
There was a markedly different tone between Sony and Microsoft during yesterday's pre-E3 media events.
Sony thinks it has discovered the next step forward in books.
Microsoft's official Xbox 360 media briefing was a sandwich of games, entertainment, and games. Just like last year.
The next entry in the franchise that made Xbox a household name will be launching on November 6.
Bolstering an earlier rumor, there are now new reports that the PS3 will soon offer nearly all PS1 and PS2 games.
Konami will be releasing a new Castlevania game on the Nintendo 3DS.
Expect there to be a strong message next week that the Wii U is fully prepared for launch.
If you don't work in video game journalism, you can still go to the Sony pre-E3 press conference.
It appears Nintendo is confident with the name of its next console.
Here's what the organizer of E3 has to say about next month's event.
Sony is apparently looking to make a big impression in the cloud space.
Millions of people will watch Nintendo's June 5 presentation live on TV.
It appears as though Nintendo will have a brand new Wii U controller to show off next month.