If you have been itching for more Splatoon, you are in luck. Nintendo just announced a Nintendo Direct presentation for May 7, 2015!
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The Xenoblade Chronicles X video showcase was today, which showed off some amazing things about the upcoming Wii U game. If you missed it, you can watch the entire thing right here!
Barry, Mike, and Steve got a chance to play Trine: Enchanted Edition on Wii U. Check out their discussion-based video review.
We interview the developers of Neon the Ninja, an upcoming game for Wii U (and PC) at PAX East 2015.
Are you looking for a place to watch the April 1, 2015, Nintendo Direct? You have come to the right place. Check out the live-stream here, and discuss it in the comments.
The next Nintendo Direct will be April 1 at 3 PM Pacific Time (6 PM Eastern Time). Afterward, they will have a special Treehouse presentation featuring one of the spring releases.
VIDEO: Instead of hitting the previously stated release date, Aonuma and his team will focus on making the best Zelda game possible on Wii U.
Code Name S.T.E.A.M. releases on Nintendo 3DS this Friday, and we got a chance to sit through a live demo walkthrough at PAX East 2015. Check it out!
Adventures in Pip is an upcoming Wii U game from a successful Kickstarter project. We got a chance to check it out at PAX East 2015. Here is some game footage. Make sure you also read our first-impressions of the game from PAX East.
Runbow is set to launch on Wii U in the third quarter of 2015. We got some hands-on time with it at PAX East 2015. Here is some game footage. Also, be sure to check out our first impressions of Runbow.
Would you like your own clay Kirby? Now you can! Here is a quick video tutorial.
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy+ supports amiibo. Here is a quick video that shows how easy it is to scan them in and what four of the planes — Mario, Luigi, Fox, and Link — look like in the game.
Would you like to bring all your data from your (old) 3DS to your New 3DS? We have a step-by-step tutorial just for you!
The Fine Brothers love video games, and they really enjoy seeing how kids and teens react to retro games. Their newest video project shows how teens react to the Power Glove…
McDonald’s has posted a rather odd video of Mario and Bowser…