The Nintendo eShops have had some problems over the holiday season, so a 12-hour maintenance has been scheduled.
Are you looking for something festive AND nerdy to show off this holiday season? Check out our list! The best part is that you can buy all of this stuff right now!
The staff at Snowcastle Games has now created a Kickstarter page to get the funds needed to complete the game.
StreetPass Network, an organization connecting Nintendo 3DS gamers across the world, today announced it has transferred control of the http://streetpassnetwork.com domain to Nintendo of America Inc.
Nintendo 3DS marked its sixth consecutive month as the country’s best-selling video game hardware system, with more than 452,000 units sold. Sales of Nintendo 3DS hardware in October doubled last month’s tally, and marked the most units any portable video game system or home console has sold in a single month in 2013.
Norwegian Cruise Line and Nintendo Expand Partnership to Bring Wii U Gaming Fun to Ships. Wii U Games Will be the Focus of On-Board Gaming and Competitions.
In the Mushroom Kingdom, there are things on the menu far worse than Salisbury steak…
Scribblenauts Unmasked allows the player to solve puzzles and fight villains with the superpower that is their imagination. Is the game truly limited to what your mind can create, though?
Will this game be all clear skies and fun, or will it be cloudy with a chance of not being so good? Read on to find out!
Will this game be a giant snoozefest or will it be the RPG of your dreams? Read on to find out how this one stacks up!
Former Nintendo President, Hiroshi Yamauchi, dies at age 85. Those of us at NintendoFuse, along with the entire gaming community, mourn the death of this great visionary.
Will this game be a twisted mess or will it be better than your wildest dreams? Read on to find out!
Video game composer and friend of NintendoFuse, Tommy Tallarico, has been hard at work promoting his first Kickstarter project, and two days ago, it met its goal of $250,000.
On Sept. 12, 2013, Nintendo won a patent infringement case brought at the International Trade Commission by Creative Kingdoms. The commission found that Nintendo’s Wii and Wii U systems do not infringe Creative Kingdoms’ patents. The commission also found that Creative Kingdoms’ patents are invalid.