The Nintendo DS is the best-selling video game system of all time in the US, recently passing the milestone-worthy sales tally of 50 million units.
Influential analyst Michael Pachter has added his voice to the growing list of disses associated with the Wii U.
An intriguing new study looked at where the most per capita video game spending took place, and ended up with some surprising results.
Nintendo has managed to recruit one of the most prolific providers of 3D movies to bring content to its struggling 3DS system.
The next time you see Nintendo Power or The Official Xbox Magazine at a newsstand, don't take it for granted.
Nintendo is trying to prove that its 3DS handheld is more than just a game machine.
It looks like the next game in Nintendo's highly successful Super Smash Bros series will be called Super Smash Bros Universe.
Nintendo is offering a free downloadable Zelda game to anyone who has a 3DS.
Nintendo is promising 3D video capture for its 3DS handheld, and has announced a slew of new games.
Sales of Nintendo's 3DS handheld system jumped 260% after the company's unprecedented $80 price drop, but there's still a long way to go.
Nintendo has sent out invitations for a special event in a little over one week, and it looks like the company will be announcing a new version of the 3DS.
While Nintendo's DS handheld absolutely trounced Sony's PSP rival, EA exec Frank Gibeau sees a reversal of fortune in the next battle between the two companies.
The lack of success for Nintendo's 3DS system may mean jeopardy for Sony's 3D gaming efforts, but apparently Sony has a justification for that.
After what was by all accounts a completely fumbled product launch, Nintendo is working fervently to save the fate of its 3DS handheld.
After nearly five years of keeping everything under the hood of the Wii exactly the same, Nintendo is set to launch a new version of its home console system.
It may be time for Nintendo to finally branch away from its own proprietary hardware.
In a bid to invigorate sales, Nintendo will release a new-color version of its 3DS handheld on September 9.
Although a number of journalists and analysts have expressed trepidation over the Wii U's lack of raw horsepower, Electronic Arts (EA) COO Pete Moore isn't at all concerned over the next-gen console's spec sheet.
Technology advancement is a path, rather than a destination. Unfortunately, the road is long, rocky and has no speed limit.
Nintendo wants to reward the loyal customers who purchased a 3DS at its launch price of $250.