Nintendo president Satoru Iwata is on stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco delivering Nintendo's keynote speech at the 2011 Game Developers Conference, and we've got all the breaking news right here, right now.

From new streaming video options to teasing us with upcoming games featuring big names like Mario and Zelda, Nintendo's 2011 GDC keynote speech featured plenty of news to warm Nintendo fans' hearts.

Streaming 3D Movie Trailers Coming To A 3DS Near You

Also revealed today during the Nintendo GDC 2011 keynote, the eStore for the North American 3DS is getting a service that streams 3D movie trailers to the handheld, along with video game trailers, screenshots, and website links for the hottest 3DS games. More »

Of Course Mario Is Coming To The Nintendo 3DS

While Nintendo's beloved plumber might not make it to the 3DS launch party he will be making it to the handheld, with a new game developed by the team behind Super Mario Galaxy debuting later this year at E3 2011.More »

A New Look at The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword in Action

During his presentation at the Game Developers Conference, the president of Nintendo gave us another look at The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for the Wii.More »

Nintendo Teams With AT&T For More Than 10,000 Wi-Fi Hotspots

The Nintendo 3DS will rely on Wi-Fi connectivity to deliver free downloadable game content and demos, and AT&T will provide more than 10,000 Wi-Fi hotspots for just that purpose this summer.More »

Game Gear and Turbografx Coming to Nintendo's 3DS e-Store

The digital store for Nintendo's upcoming 3DS will include not only Game Boy and Game Boy Color games, but also Sega Game Gear ad Turbografx titles.More »

The Nintendo 3DS Will Play Your Netflix

Revealed today during Nintendo's GDC 2011 keynote speech, the North American 3DS is the latest in a long line of handheld devices capable of tapping into Netflix's streaming video service.More »

Live from the GDC 2011 Nintendo Keynote

Check out our live blog of the Nintendo keynote speech to see how it all goes down live on stage in San Francisco! More »