Right now, fans are taking to social media to beg Nintendo with a single word. “Direct.”
Thousands attended a two-day funeral service for the late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata in Kyoto, Japan this week, carrying umbrellas and even bringing Nintendo 3DSes to pay their respects.
Can you say...killer tofu? No. Actually, you can’t. This is a Nintendo shooter, after all.
Nintendo just surprised everybody with the announcement that its working on some new hardware, codenamed "NX." Pretty much everything about "NX" besides its codename remains a mystery, however.
Here is a video of Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata fighting against Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime. Nintendo is the weirdest/best.
The term "free-to-play" has become anathema to some gamers, and Nintendo doesn't seem to like it all that much either. In fact, Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata says he believes that this trend is actively hurting their hardware business.
Nintendo has announced today the release of Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre for the 3DS eShop, and to celebrate this, Satoru Iwata tried the app out with the ever-smiling Shigeru Miyamoto in Nintendo's latest Mini Direct, in a quite empty Louvre.
Today Nintendo President and adorable spokesperson Satoru Iwata delivered one of the company's Nintendo Direct videos. For a good portion of the time he was standing next to a giant, costumed Luigi. Sometimes, he stood next to many Luigis.
This spring, the Wii U will get its own version of the Virtual Console—you'll be able to purchase and download Nintendo and Super Nintendo games to play on the Wii U and separately on your GamePad.
This is Nintendo's head honcho, Satoru Iwata, one of the few people on earth right now with his hands on a Wii U. His fashionably gloved hands. So if you're curious as to what will come in the Wii U's deluxe black package (out November 18 for $350; the white basic package is $300), check out this video to see what's…
Nintendo isn't worried about Apple wresting dominance in the battle for your living room.
One of the launch titles for the Nintendo 3DS will be Samurai Warriors Chronicles, a series whose devoted fan base is 40 percent female, says publisher Koei.
Nintendo promised to keep the world smiling at last year's E3. The company made a few other predictions too, emphasis on "a few"...
Yes, we know that the annual Christmastime Wii shortage is always unintentional on Nintendo's part. They're just constantly shocked, for three straight years, at how popular their console is.