Nintendo president Satoru Iwata doesn't think the video game industry has undergone a radical shift.
A new trailer has been revealed for the gritty undead adventure heading out for Nintendo's new console.
As the entire world gears up for the launch of the Wii U, there's one market that is still content with current Nintendo offerings.
A launch date of November 18 has surfaced for Nintendo's new gaming console.
At least one developer was surprisingly pleased with the ease of developing for Nintendo's new platform.
Nintendo is holding a special media event on September 13.
Is it disingenuous to call Nintendo's new touchscreen controller the same thing that we call iPads and Nexus 7s?
There are probably many gamers out there - like me - who purchased a Nintendo Wii and then became bored with the console after a few short weeks.
Over the years, Nintendo has made some rather silly statements about its gaming consoles, at least in my humble opinion.
It's believed that Nintendo will finally announce the price of the Wii U in September.
Outspoken Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter doesn't think the Wii U will succeed.
Nintendo is aiming to bring cohesion to its online gaming strategy.
Nintendo won't charge money to play games online on the Wii U, but it will probably charge you for other services.
You won't have to pay anything to take your games online with Nintendo's newest console.
Nintendo is accepting the future of video games.
Nintendo is making it difficult for retailers to generate Wii U buzz.
Nintendo of America's president has an interesting response to people who weren't impressed by its E3 showing.
Nintendo wants you to think of two syllables when the next Call of Duty game drops - Wii U.
Not exactly known for its open connectivity, Nintendo will not tie its Wii U online service to Facebook.
With speculation that the Xbox 720 and PS4 might ban used games, Nintendo confirms the Wii U welcomes all titles.