Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to mourn the passing of TVii. Don't beat yourself up if you've never even heard of the deceased. It stems from the fact that Nintendo never really got any…
Japanese games manufacturer Nintendo is to cease production of its Wii console in Japan. The low-brow motion capture console sold over 100 million units since its introduction in 2006.
Hiroshi Yamauchi, who ran Nintendo for more than 50 years and led the Japanese company's transition from traditional playing-card maker to videogame giant, died Sept. 19 of pneumonia at a hospital in…
Nintendo will drop the price of its Wii U videogame console by $50 next month as Microsoft and Sony plan to launch the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in November. The Wii U will be priced at $299.99…
LONDON — Amazon-owned video streaming service LoveFilm has inked a multi-year licensing deal with CBS Studios International to stream TV programs from CBS' Showtime network. Shows such as "The Good…
Verizon is notifying FiOS TV subs that as of May 1, YouTube will be stripped from the service for existing customers — although telco says it will stream popular Internet vid service directly to new…
Nintendo is finally getting serious about integrating TV into its game consoles, announcing Wednesday a Dec. 20 debut for its TVii feature.
Viewing of streaming media and video-on-demand content continues to spike on gaming consoles, particularly among users of Nintendo's Wii.
Nintendo's bottom line has taken a beating from plunging sales and the recent price cut on its popular Wii console.
"Mario Kart" titles are the racing games for people who don't like racing games. And for those who do like them, these are the ones they play when no one else is watching. "Mario Kart Wii" leans more…
Nintendo will sell its megabit Wii console in China and South Korea next year, Nintendo prexy Satoru Iwata told the press in Tokyo on Friday.
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