The zombie is five steps away, you're cornered, and you've got one last bullet in the chamber. If you were just playing Super Mario Galaxy you might as well turn the gun on yourself. A recent highly scientific study found that when it comes to putting a bullet in a humanoid target's brain, Super Mario Galaxy doesn't…
The Japanese game industry is dead. This week has been a flashback of last year's Tokyo Game Show — complete with gloom and doom from Capcom's Keiji Inafune.
Since the launch of both the DS and Wii, five games published by Nintendo have sold more than twenty million copies. Can you guess which ones?
An analysis by website Gamasutra of first-half sales figures for the three big gaming consoles shows that the Wii's hits are older hits.
Never mind what's at the bottom of this barrel, here's a list of 29 Wii games from Nintendo and the amount of hours people play them, per gamer.
The answer to the question "What was 2008's bestselling game in the U.S.?" is "Wii Play." Or is it? What about all those multi-platform, multi-SKU releases like Madden and Call of Duty: World at War?
To be honest, we're still not sure. The NPD Group released data for the "Top Selling Games Annual 2008" with Wii Play coming in at number one, boasting 5.28 million copies sold.
Call of Duty: World at War couldn't win the battle against the Wii in December, selling 150,000 units shy of Wii Play's staggering 1.46 million copies. Yes, that's a lot of Wii Remotes.
Nintendo's seemingly insurmountable lead in the U.S. became less "seemingly" in December, if EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich's figure of 3.2 million Wiis sold last month is spot-on. "Simply put, Nintendo saved Christmas," Divnich said.