Nintendo have revealed that the Mario Party series has managed to rake up sales of 39.6 million throughout it's entire lifespan. Mario Party first made it's debut on the Nintendo 64 in
The votes are in, what are the top ten games for the Game Boy Advance?
Welcome to round 2 of the Nintendo Enthusiast's Zelda Fan Favorite Tourney! Here, your favorite Zelda titles will butt heads in a one-on-one battle to determine what game
Welcome to Nintendo Enthusiast's Zelda Fan Favorite Tourney! Here, your favorite Zelda titles will butt heads in a one-on-one battle to determine what game you, the fans, feel is the
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With Indie Corner moving to a new set with its new launch June 18, it's time to say goodbye to the game store: A&C Games. Before saying goodbye, Jason
New Video Series! Nintendo Nation Takes a Look at Some Nintendo Cosplayers!
Today we're happy to announce the launch of our brand new video series, Nintendo Nation, which will highlight various Nintendo
An emulator gets shut down
Emulators and Roms are always an interesting debate as to legality and using of them on devices. Nintendo struck a blow to one of the emulators for
Happy Birthday to the Game Boy. We look at its legacy to see how it impacted the future of Nintendo and how it offers to explain their present.
Arcade titles don't count
May 30th, the day Mario Kart 8 releases in west, is a date that has been paved into the minds of many fans of the franchise by now. To continue driving up
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Internationally famous London Symphony Orchestra and London Symphony Chorus join forces to present thrilling new video game music concert on July 13th, 2014
Mario makes his 16-bit debut, can it live up to his 8-bit achievements?
The Nintendo 3DS has outsold Nintendo's first 3D console, the N64.
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Famitsu tallied what it dubs Japan’s 21st Century Top 100 Selling Games, and based on the criteria it has made, Nintendo basically owns the lists.
Consider that Famitsu counted sales from