It's Been Quite a Week for Nintendo

Slimes | TOKYO, JAPAN - Yesterday, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata appeared at a Square Enix press event. (Photo: Game Watch Impress)


It's Been Quite a Week for Nintendo

Nintendo 3DS Circle Pad Add-on is Real, Here's Your First Horrifying Look

Wait a second. That crazy insane rumor that the struggling Nintendo 3DS would be getting a second analog slider might actually be true? If you believe early reports from the latest issue of Japanese video game mag Famitsu, well, yeah.
According to still unconfirmed reports from the mag, which... More »


It's Been Quite a Week for Nintendo

When a Japanese Gamer Girl Speaks Her Mind

Haruna Anno is a retro gaming idol-the young girl who loves old games. She also speaks her mind, and that's always good for an idol.
When Dragon Quest X was revealed yesterday, some gamers were excited. More »


It's Been Quite a Week for Nintendo

This Isn't the First Time Nintendo Has Stacked Something on Top of Something Else

The 3DS's new second thumbstick is, to be blunt, horrific. It's an ugly, quick fix to a problem that should have been identified during the handheld's design phase, not six months after.
It is, however, not the first time Nintendo has done this. More »


It's Been Quite a Week for Nintendo

There's More To Learn about Nintendo's Ugly 3DS Add-on

It's dubbed the "3DS Kakuchou Slide Pad" or "3DS Expansion Slide Pad". It's real. And it's truly an ugly product-the ugliest since the original Nintendo DS. More »


It's Been Quite a Week for Nintendo

A Handful of New PS Vita Games Leak Out

At this year's Tokyo Game Show, there will be around 40 PS Vita games. Forty. And the machine isn't even out! Some of the games have already been revealed. More »


We like tips!
Got tips for our editors? Want to show the world your latest creation? Ready to anonymously share an unannounced game? Email us at tips@kotaku.com. Or leave us an anonymous voicemail at (612) 568-2581.
Want a different layout?
Click here for the Speak Up or Tips forums. Want a more "blog-like" look? Click the button up top next to "Top Stories."
Get more Kotaku!
Want even more Kotaku? Want to know which of your friends read us? "Like" us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.