It’s Been a Good Run, But Miitomo Had to Die

Oh Miitomo, it seems like it was just yesterday when you arrived on phones as Nintendo’s first mobile app, bringing a tiny bit of that Mario joy and magic to the small screen. But after less than three years on the market, Nintendo is killing off the Miitomo app in just a few months on May 9th. Read More >>

First Zelda: Breath Of The Wild DLC Lets You Dress Up Like A Korok

We have our first look at DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and it's pretty great. Read More >>

Link Has a Goddamn iPhone

Breath of the Wild, the 19th game in the Zelda franchise, has been universally praised for its massive (and, sorry, breathtaking) open-world environments, and for injecting life back into a 30-year-old franchise. But something else sets the Nintendo Switch’s moonshot launch title apart from previous installations: The Hero of Time has a goddamn iPhone. Read More >>

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Nintendo Switch Will Reportedly Be Cheap, But What’s the Catch?

Nintendo won’t be giving us more details about the upcoming Nintendo Switch console until January, but we’re already getting leaks of the expected launch pricing. It almost seems too good to be true. Read More >>

Nintendo Pulls the Plug on Wii U

Nintendo, once drunk on the promise of touch screens and motion controls, has come to its senses. Four years later, the Japanese gaming giant is quietly taking its biggest mistake since the Virtual Boy off of life support. Read More >>

How To Make Your PS4 or Xbox One Look Like a Retro NES

Let’s be real for a second: The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One designs are hideous. Both are great gaming consoles, but their cases employ the same look of every generic VCR from the 1980s. Thankfully, Etsy store-owner Decalgirl has a fix for that problem. Read More >>

The Nintendo NX Will Launch in March 2017

Nintendo has spoken about the NX. Officially and on the record, not via industry rumour. In a financial presentation it says the Nintendo NX machine will appear in March of 2017, all around the world. In shops. To put where the Gamecube used to be. Fact. Read More >>

No, Nintendo Hasn’t Killed Off the Wii U Yet

Nintendo has denied reports claiming that it's on the verge of halting Wii U production. Japanese business publication Nikkei this week said that the company had given up on the console, and was preparing to invest all of its efforts in the Nintendo NX instead. Read More >>

A Measly 5% of Developers Say They’re Working on Wii U Games

It’s safe to say that the Wii U hasn’t been the roaring success Nintendo hoped it would be, and the Games Developers Conference’s 2016 State of the Industry report shows that the outlook for the console looks very bleak indeed. Read More >>

The Best Games of 2015: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mobile and Wii U

You've seen our picks for the best PS4 games of 2015. You've seen our top Xbox One selections too, and our must-play games of the year for PC. You've not seen our list of Wii U games of the year though because, well, that'd be a list of maybe two games, at best.  Read More >>

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The Best Gear for the Ultimate Console Gaming Experience

Right now is a great timer to be a gamer, what with it being the middle of the autumn launch window. The likes of Halo 5, Destiny The Taken King, and Assassin's Creed Syndicate have all arrived and games like Uncharted 4, Fallout 4, Black Ops III, and Star Wars: Battlefront are on their way. Read More >>

Wii U Emulator Promises Zelda HD at a Handful of Frames Per Second

The newly launched Cemu emulator promises Nintendo enthusiasts the dream of being able to play Wii U titles on PC. As long as they have a good PC. And don't mind things being three-quarters-broken at the moment. Read More >>

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The Best Remastered Games for PS4, Wii U, and Xbox One

This week was a very big week in the gaming calendar, arguably the biggest week. It was, of course, E3, and that came with a whole bunch of news about game releases for the next 12 months and beyond. Read More >>

Fallout 4, Oculus Rift and More: The E3 2015 Games and Gear We Want to See

The video games industry's premier expo, E3, is looming on the horizon like a thunderhead. With new gen consoles having been in the market for the last two years, gaming audiences are champing at the collective bit; the last two expos saw the new machines and their expanding line-ups revealed respectively. The likes of Crackdown, Tom Clancy's: The Division, Final Fantasy XV and Star Wars: Battlefront have all been announced and we've seen trailers for them, though we have yet to get our paws on their controls. We want this to change this year. 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 >>