Last week, Nintendo localization editor Chris Pranger made an appearance on a small podcast called Part-Time Gamers. This week, Nintendo fired him.
Sometimes you have to gamble. Sometimes you have to deny that you’re at a dead-end in life and push through. Sometimes you know you’re good at something and just want people to recognize it, and maybe pay you for it, too.
News of a shiny new 3DS upgrade--along with a Xenoblade port—came as a pleasant surprise to many Nintendo fans this morning, but don't expect to see the New 3DS in North America or Europe this holiday.
The dubious quality of Nintendo's eateries has been a touchy subject for a while now, and that saga continues with the temporary closure of a vendor operating at Nintendo of America's headquarters.
Nintendo's advertising has been woeful for some time now, but as bad as this particular clip is, at least it's finally doing it's job.
Nintendo of America's Twitter account, normally home to perfectly sane product announcements, got a little weird this evening when President Reggie Fils-Aime took over. Our bodies weren't ready.
Nintendo of America has muscled in on the world of "let's play" videos on YouTube, inserting commercials into user-made clips that are of "a certain length".
There's new Fire Emblem DLC out today. The Summer Scramble pack. It adds a beach map to the game as well as "many conversations between the parent characters who normally do not support each other in the main game". Yet it also takes one thing away.
See this photo? It's a lovely display from the Mother series, captured by Kotaku friend Matt Hawkins at the Nintendo World Store in New York City.
Nintendo of America's rewards program just got a lot more interesting for those of us not into Nintendo-themed fans, notebooks and patches. Starting today, Club Nintendo loyalists can also earn 3DS and Wii games.
A Reddit user who says his dad works at Nintendo of America posted this image yesterday of a commemorative gift given to the man after twenty years service at the company.
Let's get the one uncool thing about Nintendo of America's headquarters out of the way first: They won't let visitors take pictures of the best parts of the building.
Researching the exact birthday for a tribute to the 30th birthday of Donkey Kong, Patrick Scott Patterson of the Arcade Examiner came up with conflicting information. Absent official word from Nintendo, he thinks the big ape—and therefore Mario (né Jumpan)—turned 30 yesterday, July 9.
Last week, Wii owners in North America desperate to play games like Xenoblade, The Last Story and Pandora's Tower, games already released in Japan, pleaded with Nintendo of America to bring those games stateside. Today, Nintendo has responded with a resounding, "Eh, probably not gonna happen."
I'm not a sports gamer, not even a little bit.
As Nintendo of America begins to stretch its legs in its swank new offices in Redmond, Washington, the company's old offices - and a piece of gaming history - are now nothing but a pile of rubble.
Those tiny wind-up Marios are at it again, this time they're out to save mini Pauline from a Donkey Kong hiding out in Mario's third theme park.
The latest version of Rock Band to come to the DS doesn't just deliver a stripped down, button-tapping version of the popular console game, it also seems to find some inspiration from a classic 80s arcade game.