Nintendo's been slapped with patent infringement lawsuits before, but this week the console giant didn't manage... posted Mar 14, 13 10:43am
Sayyyy....remember when you first plugged in your Wii U and had to wait ages for a firmware update to download... posted Dec 05, 12 7:10am
Nintendo today has revised its annual profit and sales forecasts downward... posted Oct 24, 12 12:38pm
Nintendo's fortunes could slowly be on the road to recovery, as the company posts a reduced year-on-year loss for... posted Jul 25, 12 11:27am
Nintendo's official E3 media briefing begins in earnest after its... posted Jun 05, 12 9:01am
The Nintendo pre-E3 presentation was chock full of interesting conceptual ideas pertaining to the Wii U, but a... posted Jun 03, 12 10:20pm
It won't be long now until the main event finally kicks off, and Neoseeker as... posted May 23, 12 11:55am
It's been nearly a year since Nintendo's 3DS first launched here in North America, and after a bumpy first few... posted Mar 06, 12 10:20am
Nintendo confirms that not only have lifetime-to-date sales for its 3DS hardware have reached 5 million units in... posted Feb 20, 12 10:32am
If pink happens to be your preferred handheld color of choice, then February might be an expensive month for... posted Jan 30, 12 12:33pm
Nintendo downgrades its earnings and shipment forecasts for its current fiscal year as the... posted Jan 26, 12 11:28am
Starting January 19, 3DS owners in North America and Europe can download demos from the eShop. The first demo up... posted Jan 18, 12 10:35am
Japanese wire Sankei News is reporting hardware sales of an impressive 1,492,931 units for the Nintendo 3DS... posted Jan 06, 12 12:03pm
BackgroundNintendo's latest handheld, the 3DS, is an innovative device unlike any other we have seen thus far. Players are pulled into an immersive 3D gaming experience- without 3D glasses! The 3DS can also be played in stunning 2D and is backwards compatible with the DS/DSi/XL. The console is available in three different colors: Aqua Blue, Cosmo Black, and Flame Red, and Nintendo had released a few limited edition bundles for the holidays that are no longer available in stores.
What's in the Box?
We test drive the upcoming DS successor at Nintendo's local Canadian offices here in cloudy, overcast Vancouver. »Read Full Article