Nintendo's Switch update brought a wealth of new features like the ability to record gameplay footage and transfer saves to another console. The same update also enabled wireless headphones via USB.
If you were waiting patiently for a feature update for the Nintendo Switch, you're in luck, as the company just started rolling out a feature-packed update to consoles, which includes video capture.
Super Mario Odyssey is coming to the Switch on October 27. Nintendo has set up demo kiosks in stores and it appears that some players are now giving it their all to produce the fastest clear time.
An image of a classic Game Boy was found in a trademark application from Nintendo. This is fueling speculation that the company might be releasing something for Game Boy's 30th anniversary in 2019.
At E3 2017, Nyko announced an array of accessories for the Nintendo Switch that included the Boost Pak and Portable Docking Kit. Now, those two accessories are available to purchase.
After selling out in a day a couple weeks ago, it looks like Nintendo is making good on its promise by shipping more SNES Classic Edition consoles that will arrive in retail locations this week.
The SNES Classic Edition's library can be expanded from the original pre-loaded 21 to over a 100. While there is no cost, it appears that folks on eBay are selling modded consoles for upwards of $250.
Just a week after being released, the latest addition to Nintendo's miniature console lineup has been hacked, enabling users to load games of their choice into the device's onboard memory.
It has been a week since Nintendo released its SNES Classic Edition to retail, selling out in the first day. Doing a quick check on eBay shows thousands of listings, with most staring at around $130.
The Nintendo Switch has been a monstrous success for the company. While stocks are still on the low end in many retail stores, it appears the firm will up production for the upcoming holiday season.
Only a few days after the release of the SNES Classic Edition, copies of the console exclusive Star Fox 2 have found their way online as SNES cartridges, commanding as much as $150.
The SNES Classic Edition made its retail debut on Friday and sold out on its first day. While you might not have gotten your hands on one, you can now watch one being deconstructed.
In a customer support showdown focusing on the three big console manufacturers, Microsoft comes out ahead due to the strength of its online services, with Nintendo and Sony trailing behind.
Rather than heading to a physical store tomorrow to purchase the SNES Classic Edition, you might want to try your luck online. ThinkGeek will have standalone units available that come without bundle.
On the eve of the release of the SNES Classic Edition with Super Mario World, a new interview has popped up that confirms that Mario was indeed originally going to be punching Yoshi.
We are only a few days away, but it looks like the prospect of purchasing a Nintendo SNES Classic Edition are quite good. Preliminary stock numbers show many stores stocking hundreds of units.
Nintendo will be updating Super Mario Run come September 29. The update will offer a new character, introduce a new world, and a new mode called Remix 10. Super Mario Run is currently 50% off.
Beloved Nintendo president Satoru Iwata is honored through the Switch with a game he programmed, but it is only unlockable on the date of his death using his signature Nintendo Direct hand motion.
Two first person shooters are heading to the Nintendo Switch, with the upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and last year's Doom being announced during the Nintendo Direct presentation.
Minecraft has become available for the New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 2DS. Customers in the US can get it from the eShop for $29.99 right now and it's expected to become available in Europe soon.
Nintendo has announced the return of the NES Classic and continued production of the SNES Classic through 2018. Also, the arrival of the Famicom Mini and continued production of the Famicom in 2018.
From the final frontier and the next generation, to Microsoft's Brainwave, black Books, the thousand-dollar iPhone, and Pepper the robot priest, it's our handy roundup of the week's top tech news.
Nintendo has announced the 'New 3DS XL Super Nintendo Entertainment System Edition' - a retro-styled version of its popular handheld console, which will be available in Europe from October.
The SNES Classic Edition won't be going on sale until the end of September, but it looks like Nintendo has added some new features, improving the experience since its last Classic Edition console.
If you are in the US and were hoping to secure a SNES Classic Edition, your chances have just gotten slimmer. Two major retailers started pre-orders overnight, selling out instantly.
If you were holding out for a Nintendo Switch and wanted to get something special, the time has finally come as a new bundle is set to arrive in September that will offer a unique set of Joy-Con.
If you wanted to customize your Nintendo Switch while purchasing it, Nintendo of Japan might have the answer for you. The firm is allowing mixing and matching of Joy-Con and Joy-Con straps.
To celebrate the franchise's 15th anniversary, Capcom is selling a limited Ace Attorney 1 - 6 Premium Edition bundle on its online store, which includes a seven-gram pure gold memorial plate.
Nintendo has announced that the long-anticipated remake of Metroid 2, titled Metroid: Samus Returns, will be released on September 15th, along with a new Metroid-themed limited edition 3DS XL.
Developer Tequila Works and publisher Grey Box have finally announced that RiME will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on November 14th for the US with Europe receiving the game on the 17th.
In a surprise move, the rating agency has given the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey game a rating that describes it as too mature for children under the age of ten, which is a first for the franchise.
A battery-related bug has been affecting Nintendo Switch owners. It results in the console displaying zero charge even when this isn't the case. The company has now released a fix for the problem.
Nintendo has announced in a post on its Facebook page that the company's much-anticipated retro console, the SNES Classic Edition, will be available to pre-order from various retailers this month.
From WTF Joe and Android O-MG, to Holo pursuits, Google results, developer delights, the rise of the machines, and the Neanderthal app store, it's our handy roundup of the week's top tech news.
Thanks to the near-constant price cuts of its rival consoles and large third-party support on those devices, an analyst believes Nintendo might have a problem come this holiday season.
Walmart made the SNES Classic Edition available for pre-order last week but started canceling some of those pre-orders a few days later. It has now confirmed that all pre-orders will be canceled.
Nintendo revealed in its latest financial report how well the handheld console has been doing since launching in March of this year, and with it, the sales numbers for its biggest games.
If you were one of the lucky people to have maintained a pre-order of the SNES Classic from Walmart, another major retailer has chimed in, letting consumers know that pre-orders will be happening.
If you were able to pre-order a SNES Classic Edition last Friday from Walmart, chances are, your order might be canceled. The retailer has stated that the pre-order was not supposed to go live.
If you were hoping to get one last chance to obtain the NES Classic Edition, your time has now come. Sadly, it won't be for the retail price of $59.99, and will instead, start at $139.99.