It looks like Nintendo might be taking at least a small step into the direction of the rest of the industry.
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.
Nintendo has managed to find a way to fix the latest Zelda game for the Wii, even though the console's limitations prevent standard patch downloads like this.
Nintendo will get a second shot at capturing attention with the Wii U when it presents the device at the largest trade show in the world next month.
The Wii U has received a pre-order price for the first time, and all we can say is we hope this isn't the real price.
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 swiftly and unequivocally responded to a report that quoted Shigeru Miyamoto, one of its most influential employees, saying he wanted to step down.
Nintendo has rolled out a firmware update for the 3DS right in time for the big holiday season.
It looks like Nintendo is finally starting to come to terms with the reality of video game technology.
This is something you don't see every day - the biggest new Nintendo game has a fatal error in its coding.
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.
There was certainly no shortage of competition for last week's huge Black Friday sales, but it looks like Nintendo and Apple are happier than many others.
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.
After sparking a world of criticism for calling the new Mario game a symbol of animal cruelty, PETA is now saying it was just a joke.
Yes, believe it or not this story is actually for real.
You know something big is happening when a company pours out the massive dollars required to decorate Times Square for an entire day.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata is trying to save face after a poor showing for the 3DS has put the company's long-standing portable gaming crown at jeopardy.
For the first time in three decades, Nintendo will have spent more money than it earned during the year and post a net annual loss, the company has predicted.
Nintendo has trademarked the name "Circle Pad Pro," likely to be what it calls a 3DS extension that gives more flexibility to gameplay control.