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.
The Switch Lite could help the console market, but it's unlikely to make a major impact, NPD tells us.
The $199.99 system shaves $100 off the price of a standard Switch and trims features, including HD Rumble and TV output.
The United States' ongoing tariff war with China could have serious repercussions for the gaming and tech industries. If manufacturing vacates China, it's likely that this will result in higher prices for consumers.
Nintendo brass also talks about not falling behind in tech like VR, 5G, and cloud, but says it won't 'chase trends.' Analysts say a 5G portable could happen in future.
Devolver Digital co-founder Nigel Lowrie tells GameDaily that the game is now profitable and had been tracking higher than expected for pre-orders and wishlists all along.
They did not appear at E3, but will we see one or more Switch revisions by Christmas?