Nintendo just announced a couple of new updates to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, adding some Breath of the Wild-related items to the game.
This is Battle Kid. It will be released this September in Japan on a Famicom cartridge.
Nintendo’s Labo came with a bunch of stuff you could craft, but fans taking part in a competition have come up with a bunch of new/improved designs, ranging from big red dinosaurs to solar powered accordions to interactive teapots.
Nintendo, like loads of other companies, has an internal sports team. That’s not unique. But what’s cool about Nintendo’s company table tennis team is that its uniform is to die for.
It’s nice to see that Nintendo has the ability to laugh at itself a little.
Remember opening up your first copy of Secret Of Mana? Those memories are probably quite different, depending on if you lived in Japan, North America, or Europe.
Last week, Splatoon 2 players noticed something strange about the leaderboard for competitive play. The top four names on the list spelled out “Please add anti cheat,” courtesy of a hacker with a simple request. This hacker later told players that this wasn’t just a joke. He wanted to send a message to Nintendo about…
“I really only know about what people are saying online,” Nintendo producer Kensuke Tanabe recently told me over e-mail while discussing how people were responding to his newest game. “What I see personally is that many people are not aware that this game has been released, and I want more people to play this game.”
The standard Nintendo Labo kits include designs like robot arms, mini pianos, and fishing rods, but some players have been able to use the raw materials to create other stuff, like this steering wheel for a motorized wheelchair. Over the weekend, Nintendo encouraged people to get even more creative with a contest for…
There have been a lot of peripherals in the history of video games. Light guns, fishing rods, and that giant Steel Battalion control board have graced store shelves and personal collections alike. But you might not know about the sewing machine for the Game Boy Color.
Octopath Traveler is a complicated game with a lot of intricate mechanics. I’ve played many hours of it. Now it is time for me to share my knowledge with you.
Once you’re past the credits of Octopath Traveler, there’s one major hidden dungeon left to find. It’s not obvious how to get there, though, so allow us to give you a guide.
It’s a worn-out cliche these days to say that a game is “perfect for the Switch,” but that really does apply to Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, which will become the latest Wii U transplant to arrive on Nintendo’s new console this Friday.
When mahjong game Taisen Hot Gimmick: Cosplay-Jan for Nintendo Switch was first revealed, the game’s official art featured a woman showing her panties. Now it does not.
Eight people gather in a tavern, swapping stories and preparing for adventure. It’s not clear why they’re traveling together—there’s a pious cleric and a murderous dancer in this odd crew—but they’ve united nonetheless.
Exactly one year ago, publisher Take Two announced that WWE 2K18 would be coming to the Switch, the first WWE game on a Nintendo platform since 2012's WWE 13 for the Wii. The return was as disastrous as it was brief. WWE 2K19 won’t be on Nintendo’s console.
Just an idle thought about Nintendo’s offerings for the rest of the year: The company has released new handheld models, consoles or retro consoles in North America every year since 2009, with the exception of 2014. So far, they’ve announced none for 2018. Make your predictions accordingly.
There’s been a lot of confusion about the structure of the upcoming Switch role-playing game Octopath Traveler, namely surrounding the game’s eight main characters. Allow us to clear things up.
The Nintendo Switch’s docked design isn’t just practical, it’s also perfect for skin manufacturers (and Nintendo themselves) to have some fun with.
Mario tinkerer extraordinaire Kaze Emanuar has come up with an improved way to run Mario 64 at a silky-smooth 60FPS, in widescreen.