If you’re one of the millions that hopped onto the PlayStation 4 (PS4) wagon right after its E3 announcements, then we have some relatively good news. According to a supposed Media Markt poster, the PS4 will be released November 2013, which is just right before the Christmas shopping rush.
The growing opinion in the games industry is that Nintendo isn’t competing with anyone anymore, and perhaps, aren’t even relevant. Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Aime however, says Nintendo is absolutely a competitor and points to the Wii’s success as an example of what happens when you underestimate the plucky little Nintendo console.
Yes, we’re sad too that Game of Thrones won’t be back for another year and neither will E3. In the meantime Redditor, VariousFancyHats, has decided to mash up the two in a fairly humourous style.
E3 felt like it was missing something. Amidst the snarky protagonists, the large-breasted female companions and the cool tech, the family-friendly Nintendo were nowhere to be seen. Nintendo decided to stay at home and watch the game from the comfort of the couch, much like it’s fans. Satoru Iwata, Nnintendo’s President stated he was happy
This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) was without a doubt one of Sony’s best showings in recent history. Many Sony reps walked around with big grins on their face, but the same couldn’t be said for its competitors. Nintendo, in particular, appeared as though it was hit the hardest, as not even gamers with a
Pokemon X and Y continues the nearly two decade long tradition of the famous RPG series, this time on the 3DS. Today, the Pokemon Company announced new features for the upcoming series, outside of the Nintendo Direct conference.
As we reported earlier this week, Nintendo have decided to add a new colour to their Wii U family. This is expected based on consumer demand and the way Nintendo tends to release their consoles, however, Polygon is reporting that US retailer, GameStop may discontinue the Wii U Basic model by the end of this
Michael Pachter puts forwards his predictions for the next console price war.
June is here and with E3 so close, Nintendo and Microsoft are ready to tease more about their showcases.
A new trailer for New Super Luigi U for the Wii U takes the time to break down the differences between Luigi and Mario in their respective adventures.
Now the competition knows what cards they’re going to play, how much will we have to bet for this console generation?
Best Buy has recently published the list of locations that will offer access to playable demos of Nintendo's E3 titles. Jump in to find your nearest store!
Mega Man X will be hitting the Wii U's Virtual Console on May 30. It's never too late to play an oldschool classic like this one.
Nintendo has announced that the date of their big Nintendo Direct will be on June 11th at 7am Pacific. They're expected to unveil plans that they hope will get the Wii U out of its rough patch, which we already know includes Smash Bros., a 3D Mario, and Mario Kart.
Nintendo has confirmed that on a Nintendo Direct video that will air before E3, they will be discussing not only Mario Kart and 3D Mario, but also the next Super Smash Bros. title.
Nintendo has announced that the New Super Luigi U DLC will also be getting a boxed release two months later, on August 25. It will also be priced at $10 more than the DLC at $29.99.
On today's Nintendo Direct, Iwata shared gameplay and plot details for the upcoming Pikmin 3, as well as a gameplay video to go with it. The game is scheduled for release on August 4.
In the new installment of Nintendo Direct, Satoru Iwata announces that the company has made a deal with Sega to create a new Sonic title exclusively to the Wii U and 3DS. Iwata also announced that the partnership will bring in a slew of classic Game Gear games onto the Nintendo e-Shop.
EA has confirmed that they currently have no games currently in development for the Wii U. This news is alarming but not very surprising considering it wasn't long ago when they mentioned that their latest game engine would not be coming to the console.
Nintendo has announced that it will not be hosting a press conference during the upcoming E3 expo in Los Angeles this June.