The current generation of gaming consoles cost consumers $1 billion in power bills annually, $400 million of that in standby mode.
Nintendo's 3DS struggled upon introduction, prompting the Japanese console-maker to drop the price of the handheld in an effort to boost sales. Now the company is dropping the 3D aspect of the 3DS with a new device dubbed the 2DS.
It just now registered that everything I saw at EA's booth during E3 2013 had nothing to do with Nintendo's Wii U console, not even Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare.
There's speculation that the lack of innovation in the Wii U may force Nintendo into embracing mobile after all.
I imagine that there are many an angry parent out there who doesn't want to spend $26 on their child itching for everything on the official iOS Pokédex.
TV-focused Hulu Plus is now available on the Nintendo Wii console, complementing Netflix's focus on movies.
The Nintendo Network will provide access to DLC and retail games, claims Nintendo president Satoru Iwata.
There probably won't be an actual appearance, but rather an outline of things to come for the next generation consoles in order to put a little fear into Nintendo.
Here's a good way to play your SNES and Genesis games on the PC without downloading ROMs from the internet.
Even though Nintendo reportedly doesn't see Apple as a threat, a developer claims that the Mario company is launching an ebook store for the Wii U in addition to an app store.
This new 7-inch tablet looks like the Wii U controller and sports Sony's PlayStation controller setup.
Nintendo is finding itself in financial trouble as the company has not an effective tool to halt the decline of its console shipment numbers.
Nintendo’s 3DS is groundbreaking in that it’s the first glasses-free 3D handheld console. However, it seems one of the company’s competitors isn’t even going to pretend to be impressed by Nintendo’s efforts in the console market.
While meny current 3DS owners are experiencing technical issues, retailers aren't seeing the expected number of units fly across retail counters.
The Nintendo 3DS launches in North America on March 27th. Is this new glasses-free 3D goodness worth your hard-earned $250?
Nintendo's warning about the 3DS and children six and under had very little basis in science, experts say.