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.
This reunion of stolen Wii and burglary victim has a happy ending and that's partially because of the Wii's virtual avatar system.
Nintendo may offer classic Gamecube titles for download on its upcoming new video game console.
Nintendo promises to improve its online presence with the Wii U, but it won't mimic what's already on the market.
There's a new Wii peripheral for those who want a more active gaming experience.
Nintendo's next home console is still in the process of being finalized.
Sega may have accidentally revealed a more specific release window for the Wii U.
With a skeptical, confused reaction and unfavorable investor analysis, Nintendo is now saying it messed up in introducing the Wii U.
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.
The Wii price drop that was first announced at the beginning of May took effect yesterday.
Confirming the news that had already been speculated, Nintendo announced it will drop the price of the Wii to $150.
As Nintendo plans to move forward, the company's president is looking back.
The Wii's successor may be the most expensive Nintendo device ever.
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.
After sitting at the $200 price point for years, it looks like the Wii will be climbing down to $150.
The biggest video game trade show of the year is still a few months away, but if an emerging rumor proves to be true, we already know what the biggest news of the show will be.
After years of no new video game hardware, 2011 is turning into a big year with the 3DS and Sony's NGP. And eyes are beginning to look to the Wii, which vitally needs an upgrade. But will it be too little too late?
Well, the numbers are in and it's time to start bragging. Even though its sales dipped through 2010, Nintendo still says it sold the most consoles during the entire year.
Nintendo's performance in this console life cycle can be summed up pretty adequately with these two words: roller coaster. Everyone's curious about where the company will go next, and at least one analyst thinks it won't go above and beyond.