Nintendo, the gaming company that gave birth to Mario, has finally decided to develop mobile games.
Consumer spending on games created for Google's Android outstripped spending on titles for gaming-optimized handheld devices for the first time ever during the second quarter of 2013, App Annie and IDC report.
Consumer spending on mobile games optimized for Apple's iOS and Google's Android combined to eclipse spending on handheld titles published for the Sony PSP and Nintendo 3DS platforms during the fourth quarter of 2012, according to a new report issued by research firm IDC and mobile analytics firm App Annie.
Nintendo's 3DS portable gaming device is struggling to gain traction in the U.S. and European markets, the company's president Satoru Iwata conceded during its annual shareholders meeting.
Nintendo has unveiled the 3DS XL, a revamped version of its 3DS portable gaming unit touting a touchscreen 90 percent larger than its predecessor.
Say this much for Nintendo: It sticks to its guns. Roughly every two months, the Japanese gaming giant publicly reaffirms its unwavering resistance to expanding its properties to the mobile
Gaming giant Nintendo will release its new 3DS handheld game player in Japan on Feb. 26, with the device rolling out to U.S. and European consumers the following month. Priced at $300 for Japanese
Gaming giant Nintendo announced the pending launch of the Nintendo 3DS, a handheld gaming device platform promising users a 3D gaming experience without requiring special glasses. Boasting a
Gaming giant Nintendo announced it will release the DSi XL--a larger version of its bestselling DSi handheld device--on March 5. Boasting two 4.2-inch LCD screens (compared to 3.25 inches on a
Nintendo rolls out a VoIP phone for the Wii, with the Wii Speak hardware and a bundle with the "Animal Crossing" game expected to hit shelves in Japan on November 20. Wii Speak is a pretty simple