This Minecraft statue of Mario is different than other Minecraft statues of Mario. Because this one is official.
Nintendo has a complicated history with YouTube, to say the least. So when Nintendo characters were added to Minecraft recently, people were skeptical. Wouldn’t the company apply the same draconian copyright measures to Minecraft videos on YouTube? They weren’t supposed to! But, well, they did.
There’s more Pokémon Sun and Moon news coming on June 2 says the official Pokémon Japan Twitter account. Stay tuned.
Nintendo has clarified what it does with answers users give in its Miitomo app, saying in part that: “the answer information our consumers provide through the Miitomo app [is] only used to provide a better experience for Nintendo consumers and to support the application. Neither Nintendo nor any of its partners sells…
Pulling a Pokemon for the second installment of Level-5's kid-friendly ghost-hunting series, Yo-Kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls and Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits come to the U.S. 3DS this fall, along with a ton of corresponding merchandise.
Time to put on your detective caps, Pokémon fans.
Shortly after the starters for Pokémon Sun and Moon were revealed yesterday, the internet exploded with love for the new monsters. Well, mostly.
It’s May, which means it’s time for the annual Famicase exhibition, a showcase put on by Japanese game store Meteor that asks artists from around the world to design beautiful cartridges for fake video games. Which end up looking good enough for us to want them to be real video games.
Nintendo just announced that 3DS title Style Savvy: Fashion Forward, the third game in the Style Savvy series, will be out in North America on August 19 and Disney Magical World 2 will hit the 3DS on October 14.
Today, Nintendo announced that starting May 20, the 2DS will be officially priced at $79.99.
Japan is getting Lime and Black as well as Pink and White. Both combos look very, very good, especially if you like Splatoon.
The official Twitter account of the nation of Canada, like most of us this week, has Pokémon questions. Only its question is not about Sun and Moon’s starters, but about Canada itself.
Much to the chagrin of the person you sleep next to every night, this wonderful Super Mario Bros.-inspired Question Block lamp makes that classic video game ‘ping’ sound every time you tap it on and off. No actual coins are ejected, but we’re waiting for confirmation on whether or not the occasional mushroom pops out.
The Pokémon hype train has officially left the station, and the passengers are definitely freaking out in excitement right now.
Miitomo, Nintendo’s sophisticated new smartphone app, is a hybrid of free-to-play game and social network. By combining aspects of each, it becomes a disarming information gathering project. On its face, it makes a game of asking trivia questions about your friends and shares the answers with you. Under the surface,…
When Nintendo announced last week that Zelda will be the only playable game at this year’s E3, they left the door open for a press conference or Direct where they could announce other non-playable games. Seems like that ain’t happening, either.
Adding to a long list of pop culture collaborations, which has yielded fare like Star Wars- and Disney-themed kicks, Vans is now working with Nintendo on a new line of branded sneakers featuring characters and power-ups from classic 8-bit NES games, including Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong, and even Duck Hunt.