Nintendo's popular console has seen a 20% increase in sales through September in North America.
Mario's latest outing hasn't been able to match Nintendo's most financially successful mobile title, Fire Emblem Heroes, but it's off to a very good start. We speak with Sensor Tower for more details. [UPDATED]
The legal firm handling the Joy-Con drift lawsuit has amended its complaint filed back in July. One attorney tells GameDaily that it seems like a premature move.
Nintendo continues to experiment with its mobile offerings after big successes and recent stumbles.
DFC Intelligence ponders the 100M sold milestone. It says Switch will just miss it, but what can Nintendo do to hit it? We ask analysts to weigh in.
The company's relentless pursuit of copyright violators continues.
Nintendo is the only major console manufacturer to see hardware sales growth in July. It also ruled the software sales charts with 6 of the top 10 spots last month.
Nintendo has a powerful holiday lineup coming, and it's already off to a great start thanks to Super Mario Maker 2 moving 2.42 million copies in its first three days.
Nintendo has reportedly instructed customer service representatives to fix Joy-Cons suffering from drift issues at no charge. Our call to Nintendo evidences the new policies.
Customers experiencing problems after the one-year warranty are paying out-of-pocket, and Nintendo should have known, the suit alleges. Legal experts weigh in on the suit's possible impact.