Pokémon GO has received a new update on Android and iOS. The update allows users to re-configure their avatars, brings memory improvements, and removes the footprint feature used to find Pokémon.
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Nintendo has just published its latest financial report and it's bad news for the popular company. It posted a loss as sales of its Wii U and 3DS consoles crashed as compared to last year.
A ton of information has been revealed about Nintendo's new NX console, including its Nvidia Tegra processor, use of 32GB game cartridges, and lack of backward compatibility, among other details.
Nintendo's shares dropped by more than they have in the last 25 years, because the company put out a press release saying Pokémon GO would only have a limited financial impact.
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After the surprise announcement of the NES Classic Edition earlier this month, the latest trailer shows off better color accuracy and picture clarity compared to prior emulation efforts from Nintendo.
Keen to capitalize on heightened interest in all things Pokémon, a new live-action movie is being fast-tracked for production based on the 'Detective Pikachu' game, with plans for a worldwide release.
Ubisoft's CEO says he's seen Nintendo's upcoming NX console, which has largely been shrouded in mystery. He explained how the console is "great" and how it will bring back casual gamers.
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"The classic NES is back in a familiar-yet-new form," said Nintendo, as it announced the Classic Mini - a new version of its beloved console, including 30 games like Super Mario Bros, Zelda, and more.
The augmented reality game, Pokémon GO has officially launched in the UK. The anticipated game, which was already available in other countries, has stirred controversy and excitement since launch.
After nearly three years, an update to Nintendo emulator Dolphin has arrived. Version 5.0 brings a plethora of improvements. The emulator can play GameCube, Wii and Triforce titles.
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Nintendo's upcoming NX console is a bit of mystery right now, but one of the company's executives has revealed that fans shouldn't expect cutting edge graphics or the most powerful specs.
Nintendo has transformed its booth at E3, offering an experience like no other. While there are your typical kiosks, the sheer effort of putting gamers into the world of Zelda is mesmerizing.
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A new report from Japan suggests that Nintendo is working on a second new console, dubbed MH. This device is believed to be either a new handheld or some other form of mobile gaming device.
In a temporary lapse of common sense, YouTube ended up taking down a user's video subsequent to a copyright claim from Fox after a portion of the video featured in last week's Family Guy episode.
Pokémon Go developer Niantic has opened up field testing of the mobile game in the United States. The game allows users to find, capture and battle Pokémon in "real life" using your smartphone.
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Nintendo has revealed that its 2DS - which launched in 2013 for $129.99, before falling to $99.99 last year - will get a further price reduction from next week, bringing it down to just $79.99.
A new trailer for the upcoming Pokémon Sun and Moon games reveals details about the new starter Pokémon and shows off parts of the new tropical region. The game is set to be released on November 18th.
Nintendo has announced that it's partnering with Microsoft (!!) to launch a 'Super Mario Mash-Up Pack' for Minecraft - launching on May 18 on the Wii U - "in a match made in block-shaped heaven".
Nintendo's primary cartridge supplier, Macronix, has revealed that their slumping share price will pick up again in the months leading up to the launch of the Nintendo NX. The NX is expected in March.
Nintendo has officially, albeit quietly, announced that its upcoming NX console will be launching early next year. The company reiterated that the NX is based on a new concept for consoles.
AMD confirmed three "design wins" at a recent investor call. The news suggests that we could see new gaming consoles this year which will use the AMD hardware, but AMD's CEO wouldn't give specifics.
After being played by half a million people in a matter of days, a fanmade 3D version of The Legend of Zelda has been removed due to its developers being served with a copyright infringement notice.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of 'The Legend of Zelda', a duo has recreated the title and made it available to play online. The game offers keyboard controls and touchscreen support.
After a four-month delay, the Japanese company is finally bringing its first free-to-play smartphone game to more territories, starting with the US at the end of this month.
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A report by a leading Japanese financial journal yesterday claimed that production of the Wii U is set to end this year, but Nintendo has since said that that "isn't an announcement from our company".
Nintendo launched the Wii U at the end of 2012, but sales have fallen far short of the company's expectations since then, and now a report claims that it will end production of the console this year.
Back in 2014, Nintendo began working on a sleep-tracking device that didn't need to be worn on the body, as part of its Quality of Life program - but it now says that the device has been cancelled.
While Nintendo continues to develop its new NX console and transition its business into the mobile market, its been announced that the gaming giant suffered a 36% fall in profits for Q4 2015.
Nintendo's president, Tatsumi Kimishima, explained to the world that the company is planning on substantially raising profits by focusing on mobile apps, and the new and original NX console.
Last June it emerged that Microsoft had sold just 100 Xbox Ones in Japan in an entire week. The latest figures show that, last week, it sold just 99, compared with over 25,000 sales of the PS4.
Cemu, a Wii U emulator, is making progress with its latest update. Although perfect emulation is still in the far future, the latest alpha release is able to play advanced AAA titles.
Nintendo's Scott Moffitt has recently revealed that the company's 3DS series "is here to stay" despite the move to mobile platforms, particularly because the 3DS has significantly outsold competitors.
Since the company bought the popular sandbox construction game, Microsoft has been on a warpath, bringing its prize to as many platforms as it can - on December 17, that will include the Wii U.
After initial details of the 'Nintendo PlayStation' prototype emerged back in July, many were skeptical of it's authenticity. Now, the device has been demoed and it's definitely real and still works.
Nintendo has unveiled the name of its upcoming smartphone game, dubbing it "Miitomo". Exact details of the title are unknown but it will rely heavily on social interaction and is slated for 2016.
After announcing plans in March to offer games "compatible with a variety of devices including PCs, smartphones and tablets", Nintendo is expected to unveil its first mobile game tomorrow.
A couple months following the death of former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, the company has appointed a new leader - one that means business.
According to the latest credible rumor, AMD may have won itself a big contract, by building semi-custom chips for Nintendo's upcoming NX console. AMD also built the chips for the Xbox One and PS4.
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Today, Nintendo issued a somber press release notifying the public that Nintendo President and CEO Satoru Iwata had passed away on July 11th, 2015 at the age of 55.
There was a time when Sony didn't have its own successful gaming console and wanted to partner with Nintendo. The collaboration never came to fruition, but we luckily get a rare look at the prototype.
Nintendo has announced that they will be bringing, 'Pokémon Shuffle' to iOS and Android. The 3DS puzzle game will be coming to smartphones sometime this year.
Today, we get to take a look at Nintendo's booth at E3 2015. Super Mario Maker, Star Fox Zero and Yoshi's Wooly World are just some of the titles they had on hand for press and fans.