Nintendo

The month of June was very good to the company that gave us the goomba stomping plumber. Nintendo earned top-selling games publisher for the month thanks to Mario Tennis Aces. On top of that, its retro console the NES Classic outsold both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

We are definitely still recuperating from Sony’s PlayStation showcase, but we definitely made time to see what Nintendo had to offer at this year’s E3 conference.

The Fornite wave will continue to grow if this news about the insanely popular game pans out. 

Nintendo announced back in September last year that their retro system, the NES Classic would return in 2018. At the time details were vague, but today (May 14) the iconic game company has revealed precisely when nostalgia gamers can get their hands on a system. 

Nintendo’s money-making machine, the Switch allows gamers to play in unique ways. Wanting to charge your system while in tabletop mode is an absolute hassle but the company announced a remedy for that issue. 

Nintendo’s hybrid console, The Switch is a hit make no mistake about it.  Since its March 3, 2017 release Nintendo has moved more Switch consoles than the Wii U in its entire lifetime.

You will soon be able to take Mario Kart on the road via your smartphone when Nintendo’s popular racing game featuring their most popular characters lands on mobile devices. 

Mario is heading back to the big screen and this time with some big help, Nintendo has officially confirmed. A new animated feature starring the iconic video game hero is on the way and will be brought to life by Illumination, the same studio behind the Despicable Me franchise.

Nintendo has Sony and Microsoft beat when it comes to innovation and this latest new experiment proves that. Yesterday (Jan. 17), the company that brought us Mario announced their wildest experiment yet Nintendo Labo.

Nintendo is coming out the gate strong in 2018 and that is thanks in large part to their hybrid home console the Nintendo Switch. They have announced that their latest video game system is the fasted selling console in U.S. history by selling 4.8 million units in just under 10 months.

The Nintendo Switch has brought the iconic video game company back into the conversation among Sony and Microsoft when it comes to next-generation systems. Nintendo has posted strong sales numbers and has sold over 10 million consoles in 9 months, but news of them reportedly delaying 64GB cartridges might throw a wrench in that success […]

The Nintendo Switch update 4.0 allows for players to use a special adapter that will allow the use of a Gamecube controller along with other new features.