So your first death threat to Apex tournament founder Alex Strife didn’t do any good. Technically, that might have been your second. But now we know who to really send death threats to: Nintendo. Let’s do it right this third time.
Nintendo recently added a new EULA (end-user license agreement) to the Wii U that will render the console useless unless users agree to it. However, there is a secret hack to avoid agreeing to the new EULA simply by continuing to not use the Wii U.
With the announcement of the New Nintendo 3DS, once again, consumers are confused by the name. It appears that Nintendo has taken the logical solution to this problem and has opened four new job positions solely dedicated to naming new products.
In an effort to keep fans updated on all the great third-party Wii U titles coming to the system, Nintendo has officially announced that there will be a 30 second Nintendo Direct video later this month focusing solely on third-party Wii U titles.
Nintendo Spent Millions Protecting Masahiro Sakurai From Assassination Attempts by Pro Smash Players
It was a huge risk letting Kirby and Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai fly to Los Angeles for E3 knowing that there were hundreds of professional Smash players just ready to kill him for ruining the franchise.
Recently, Philips won a case against Nintendo for infringing on their motion control patents. While Nintendo is planning to appeal, it appears that the judge is thoroughly convinced that creating a console like the Wii U can only be inspired by Philips and the failure of the CD-i.
My favorite video game company is Nintendo because their fans are so stupid that they keep coming to my ridiculously stupid articles. I’m honestly running out of ideas on how to rephrase ‘the Wii U is bad’, but I keep on trucking because I need that money.
With a new Mortal Kombat game coming soon, director Ed Boon says that a lot has changed since the release of 2011’s Mortal Kombat. With all the uproar about Mario’s lack of diversity and potential sexism, it will be hard for Mortal Kombat X to be more offensive.
When we think of classic video game product placements, we think of KFC and Crazy Taxi. Even a partnership like Halo and Doritos makes sense on paper. But Mario Kart 8 and Mercedes-Benz? It turns out, people who have a lot of money might just waste it on a Wii U.
With the news that Team Ninja is helping co-develop Hyrule Warriors for the Nintendo Wii U, it comes as no surprise that they demanded that they could include as many big breasted women as humanly possible.
Speaking to the Japanese press today after announcing a near 250 million USD loss last fiscal year, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata knows the company is not in a good place right now. He says that he really misses the days when Nintendo used to dominate way back in February 2014.