With a skeptical, confused reaction and unfavorable investor analysis, Nintendo is now saying it messed up in introducing the Wii U.
Nintendo's prototype Wii U console - along with its tablet-like controller - was undoubtedly one of the biggest stars and successes of E3 2011 this past week in Los Angeles.
You know, I haven't been impressed with Nintendo in, well, just about ages. I much preferred playing Golden Axe on the Sega Genesis than Mario on the NES.
Add another title to the slate of games coming to the Wii U - a high-definition version of Pikmin.
We just got back from a whirlwind tour of the Wii U tech demos. Yes, we were pleasantly surprised.
As promised, Nintendo used its pre-E3 press briefing to unveil the widely hyped Wii successor.
Next week kicks off one of the biggest video game events in the world.
Sony has reportedly scaled back the power of its upcoming handheld system after Nintendo's 3DS has failed to meet sales expectations.
Nintendo's 3DS "eShop" feature has been put on the backburner until early June.
The Wii price drop that was first announced at the beginning of May took effect yesterday.
Heading out this fall, the puzzler/platformer game 'Crush' is sure to make a splash.
A new report suggests Apple’s next-gen iPad could boast "full" 3D capabilities.
Confirming the news that had already been speculated, Nintendo announced it will drop the price of the Wii to $150.
If you've got a long layover at JFK anytime soon, hopefully you're flying JetBlue.
As Nintendo plans to move forward, the company's president is looking back.
Nintendo is currently putting the finishing touches on a second-gen Wii console, which is slated to make its first appearance at E3 2011 in June.
The Wii's successor may be the most expensive Nintendo device ever.
Microsoft and Sony are reportedly preparing to kick off a new console cycle in 2014.
However, Nintendo will likely launch its next-gen console two years earlier in 2012.
It wasn't just a one-week fluke. The 3DS has been surpassed by Sony's PSP yet again.
A new report is giving us, for the first time, a substantive reason to believe Nintendo will in fact introduce a new console in June.