From engrossing role-playing adventures to retro-inspired platformers, here are the best games for the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems.
After spending a lot of quality time with the Nintendo Switch, four Tom's Guide staffers share the console's pros and cons.
The New Nintendo 2DS XL is the best version of Nintendo's handheld yet, even if it feels a bit dated.
Here's what you need to know about Pokémon Go Fest, a big, in-person celebration of the wildly popular augmented reality game.
Splatoon 2 improves on Nintendo's wonderfully messy multiplayer shooter, making it one of the best Switch games yet.
Here's everything we know about Super Mario Odyssey for the Nintendo Switch, including release date, characters and all of Mario's fun new abilities.
Super Mario Odyssey brilliantly blends classic 3D Mario gameplay with huge, gorgeous open worlds and a really cool hat.
Ultra Street Fighter 2 is a fun take on a classic fighting game that feels right at home on the Nintendo Switch.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's first add-on pack features a variety of challenge modes, new features and nostalgic costumes.
The Nintendo 2DS XL starts at $150, which is nearly double the existing 2DS. Here's what you get for the money.
For those seeking the absolute best battery pack to use with the Nintendo Switch, Anker's new PowerCore+ 26800 PD is here.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe feels like it was designed especially for the Switch, and delivers on many of the promises the system makes.
Between supplies issues with the Nintendo Switch and NES Classic Edition, it can be a hard time to be a Nintendo fan.
With the right cable and a portable battery, you'll be able to keep your Nintendo Switch juiced up even when you're far away from its dock.
When Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is launched on the Nintendo Switch, it will have quite a few upgrades from its Wii U predecessor.
Even compared to its legendary predecessors, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the finest games Nintendo has ever made.
Nintendo's Amiibo figures debuted with the Wii U, but they're already proving to be useful with the Nintendo Switch.
Breath of the Wild feels different than any other Zelda game, but the puzzle-solving that put the series on the map is still at its core.
Nintendo's next mobile outing is Fire Emblem Heroes, a tactical role-playing game hitting Android in February and iOS later this year.
Of all of the games available at the Nintendo Switch preview event, motion-controlled brawler Arms made the strongest impression.
The Nintendo Switch is an absolute joy to play both on a TV and on-the-go, but Nintendo needs to flesh out its game lineup to make it a must-buy.