If You Actually Want to Play Games Get the New Nintendo 2DS XL

The Nintendo Switch exists, and is a fantastic gaming system that you can, in a pinch, play in a bar, a car, or on the train. Phones exist too, and the games on them are better than ever. So why the hell should you own anything else? Because games. The Switch’s library is still small, and smartphones still lack those games you can get lost in for days. So if you want a mobile system that can go anywhere and play some of the best games ever designed, you need something from the Nintendo 3DS family, which despite being seven years old, shows no signs of being at the end of its life any time soon. Read More >>

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The Best Nintendo 3DS Accessories

It's been around for a few years, but Nintendo's 3DS is still going strong. Whether you're in it for the Pokémon, games from classic Nintendo consoles, Mario, Zelda, or the many other Nintendo IPs out there, it's a fantastic little gaming device to have. Read More >>

Turn Your New 3DS Into a Retro Game & Watch With This Faceplate

If you follow the New Nintendo 3DS’ family tree back far enough, you’ll eventually end up at a primitive black and white handheld device called the Game & Watch that you can now pay homage to with a functional 3DS faceplate from Columbus Circle. Read More >>

Nintendo is Slowly Learning How to Make Money Again

Nintendo turned its first annual profit in four years today. The Japanese gaming company posted a net profit of ¥41.8 billion (around £230m) off ¥549.8 billion (around £3.1bn) in revenue over the last financial year. This marks the first time Nintendo showed a profit since 2011. Read More >>

Club Nintendo’s Shutting, Here are Seven Ways to Spend Your Stars

Club Nintendo, the holy Nectar card of gaming, is being wound down this September. Read More >>

Nintendo Amiibo Review: New Model Army

Nintendo are a toy maker first, a tech company second. It’s worth reiterating that at the outset, as the Japanese firm’s legacy of first selling playing cards in the 19th century and then making physical children’s playthings well before the digital age is at the heart of the company and everything it still does today. It’s all about the fun above and beyond the technology. Read More >>

Coders Hack 3DS Game Support into Oculus Rift

An extremely clever development team has managed to get Nintendo 3DS games running on Oculus Rift, instantly opening up access to a library of proper 3D games to play, should you have many hours and the technical know-how to get it running. Read More >>

A 3DS App That Adds Realtime Sci-Fi Movie Effects to Your Videos

If the games haven't convinced you to buy a Nintendo 3DS yet, maybe this will sway you. Available March 27 in the 3Ds and DSi online shops, I am in the Movie lets you apply real-time filters to the handheld console's cameras recreating famous effects like Robocop's targeting system, or invisibility like in Predator. Read More >>

Mamma Mia! New Mario Game Can’t Prevent Nintendo From Slashing Wii U Sales Expectations

Not even a highly-rated new Mario game and the fevered Christmas rush could help Nintendo's Wii U console sales from sliding further. Revealing its financial expectations for the year, Nintendo has now slashed its predicted Wii U sales from 9 million by the end of March to just 2.8 million. Read More >>

Nintendo 3DS Gets Non-3-D YouTube Support

Nintendo fans are suffering a rollercoaster of emotions: learning that finally the Nintendo 3DS is getting YouTube support; only to be brought crashing down to earth with the news that it's 2-D only. Life's a bummer sometimes. If you can function through the heartache, the app's available in the 3DS's app store. [Engadget] Read More >>

Mamma Mia! Is a Nintendo Android Tablet the Last Piece of the Wii U / 3DS Triforce?

With its Wii U struggling to match the excitement around rival consoles the Xbox One and PS4, Nintendo may be readying a new piece of hardware to buoy its flailing fortunes. Yep, Nintendo may be about to join the Android tablet race. Read More >>

Nintendo Goes Retro and Cheapo With Bizarre New 2DS Portable Downgrade

Nintendo's announced one of its most peculiar new pieces of hardware since the Virtual Boy, with its 2DS console taking the portable maker's twin-screen clamshell portable ethos and making it into a rigid flat slab -- and removing the glasses-free 3D display feature completely. Read More >>

Wii U a Global Flop as Nintendo Sells Just 160,000 in a Quarter

Nintendo would appear to be out of the home console war, thanks to an utterly miserable financial report revealing it sold just 160,000 Wii U machines last quarter. Around the entire world. Read More >>

A Totally Free Nintendo 3DS Game Is Your Free-Free-Free Deal of The Day

There isn't one of us who would dare to say no to some free stuff. Or at least that's what we're hoping, because it’s free stuff that we're pimping rhythmically into your face-holes today. Read More >>

Kid Finds Homemade Porn on Nintendo 3DS He Got for Christmas

OK, so here's a reason to rethink buying refurbished. Five-year-old Braydon Giles popped open a 3DS he just got for Christmas to find about nine photos of people, presumably the previous owners (or the previous owner's parents?), having sex. Hoo-boy. Read More >>