HBO's John Oliver shows popular Nintendo characters in same-sex relationships Comedian John Oliver has some playful ideas about how Nintendo characters might respond to the controversy over the company's
Mojang's private server service for Minecraft, Minecraft Realms, is available for Mac and Windows PC worldwide today, Mojang announced in a post on the studio's blog. For $13 a month, players can host
You probably don’t care that The Cheetah Girls: Passport to Stardom for the Nintendo DS is going to lose its online functionality tomorrow — but so is Mario Kart DS, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and hundreds
A U.S. District Court in Texas granted a joint motion to dismiss Wall Wireless' patent lawsuit against Nintendo after the patents in question were were dismissed by the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office.
Last weekend, reports began circulating that Google-owned YouTube would purchase broadcasting and livestreaming platform Twitch for $1 billion. Variety reported the all-cash offer will be announced "imminently,"
The next entry in Sega's Super Monkey Ball series is not a frantic game of tilt and tumble. Unlike other entries in the venerable arcade franchise, players don't steer monkeys trapped inside plastic spheres.
Nintendo will stage the first tournament for its upcoming Super Smash Bros. on Wii U in Los Angeles on the day E3 begins and is inviting 3,000 fans to come out and watch it for free. The Super Smash Bros.
You probably don’t associate GameStop with digital PC games. The company is hoping to change that. The retail giant revealed improvements to its website today that makes it easier to buy PC games. If buy
PlayStation 4’s game streaming experiment enters a key phase tomorrow. Sony said it will launch its long-awaited PlayStation Now as a closed beta test on the PS4 video game console starting tomorrow. originally
Atari might be a fraction of what it was 30 years ago, but its new CEO has aspirations for an expansion back into the hardware business--although he doesn't plan to do so with a new game console. "It's
Nintendo will hold two developer discussions at E3 2014: one to discuss Super Smash Bros and the other to discuss a new game for Nintendo 3DS. The first event will take place June 10 from 10-11:30 p.m.