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News: CNN Money: Nintendo Is "Tone Deaf" To Industry Trends And Has "Lost Touch With Reality"

CNN Money: Nintendo Is "Tone Deaf" To Industry Trends And Has "Lost Touch With Reality"

Time for more gloomy predictions

Toot toot! The Doom & Gloom Express is pulling into the station, making another stop en route toward the predicted potential downfall of Nintendo! Who’s that stepping up to get their ticket punched? Why, it’s tech writer Adrian Covert at CNN Money! In a piece entitled “Nintendo’s big problem”, Covert...

News: There's Still Plenty Of Interest In Older Pokémon Games

There's Still Plenty Of Interest In Older Pokémon Games

People are still buying the previous titles

This year Nintendo announced it would be bringing a brand new Pokémon title to the 3DS in the form of Pokémon X & Y. This new iteration breaks the mould set by previous games and incorporates full 3D environments instead of the conventional top-down view we're all used to. Of course, Pokémon Black...

News: Nintendo of America Announces Impressive Download Figures and Sales for 3DS

Nintendo of America Announces Impressive Download Figures and Sales for 3DS

Online connection rate for the system is 67%

Alongside today's Nintendo Direct broadcasts, Nintendo of America has been speaking to members of the press about the handheld's recent successes, and we've been fortunate enough to be on hand for the details. Some facts and figures for the 3DS in the region have been revealed by Scott Moffitt, and they...

News: Japanese Games Market Makes Long Due Return to Growth

Japanese Games Market Makes Long Due Return to Growth

5% boost in hardware offsets drop in software sales

Quite often we share the latest weeks' Japanese sales charts with you, to highlight how a new release is performing and to track hardware sales in Nintendo's homeland. A trend that's been consistent for well over a year has been 3DS dominance, with some occasions where the combined sales of the...

News: Little Inferno Hits High Temperatures With Impressive Sales

Little Inferno Hits High Temperatures With Impressive Sales

Tomorrow Corporation left with money to burn

Of all the titles currently residing in the Wii U eShop, Little Inferno is one of the more unusual. It's essentially a fireplace simulator set in a dystopian world that has you burn things in order to pick up coins, which in turn are used to buy more stuff to throw into the fire. It's hardly what you'd...

News: Luigi's Mansion 2 Spooks Its Way Into UK Top Ten

Luigi's Mansion 2 Spooks Its Way Into UK Top Ten

LEGO City Undercover can't quite crack the case

Last week saw two notable new releases on Nintendo platforms in the UK, with Luigi's Mansion 2 — known as Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon in some regions — hitting 3DS, and LEGO City Undercover landing on Wii U. Luigi's ghost-filled adventure enjoyed the best performance of the two, coming in at 5th...

News: New Research Claims Wii U Success Hinges On A Price Cut

New Research Claims Wii U Success Hinges On A Price Cut

ABI believes the video game market is set to improve

The video game market has been contracting in recent years. According to research from ABI, sales of video game consoles dropped by around a quarter in 2012 as the big three systems came towards the end of their life cycles. The launch of the Wii U over the festive period was reasonably...

News: Gunman Clive eShop Sales Surpass Combined Totals on iOS and Android

Gunman Clive eShop Sales Surpass Combined Totals on iOS and Android

That's a bit Mega

When it comes to high-quality budget offerings on the 3DS eShop, we're not sure that they come any better than Gunman Clive, an action platformer with stylish visuals, multiple playable characters and a number of homages to classic franchises such as Mega Man. Although originally available on Android and iOS devices, with virtual...

News: Aussie Retailers Express Their Views on Wii U

Aussie Retailers Express Their Views on Wii U

Nintendo 'needs to build awareness'

Wii U has had a difficult few months in practically every country since the New Year. Many have attributed it to a distinct lack of new releases - something that is beginning to improve with the release of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. One nation where Wii U owners have had a more difficult time than others is...

News: Wii Mini Generating Little Interest in The UK

Wii Mini Generating Little Interest in The UK

Maybe the cold weather is putting people off...

The Wii Mini emerged as a Canadian exclusive back in December and, relatively speaking, it did reasonably well - shifting 35,700 units between its launch and 31st January. This lead Nintendo to bring the bizarre little console to other markets - one of which was the UK, where it was rele

News: Wii Mini Shifts 35,700 Units in Canada

Wii Mini Shifts 35,700 Units in Canada

Who needs internet connectivity?

It's been announced recently that the Wii Mini is on its way to European shores. Once a Canadian-exclusive, the stripped down system cannot play anything other than Wii games, has no slot for an SD card and is unable to connect to the internet. So how has the Wii Mini done in Canada? Since its release on 7th...

News: Ubisoft CEO Not Satisfied With Wii U Sales

Ubisoft CEO Not Satisfied With Wii U Sales

But says they will improve

Ubisoft has been cruel and kind to Wii U recently. Of course there was the now infamous announcement that the publisher would be delaying Rayman Legends until September to allow for a multiplatform release, then it made a peace offering with the announcement of an online challenge mode for the delayed game th

News: Latest U.S. Sales Show Decline in Video Game Market, Slow Wii U Momentum

Latest U.S. Sales Show Decline in Video Game Market, Slow Wii U Momentum

Wii U sales below 100,000

U.S. sales tracker NPD has issued its results for January, which reflect more challenging times for the video game industry in comparison to previous years. In raw figures video game sales increased 9% over January 2012, but this year's results cover five weeks rather than four; Gamasutra has estimated that in equivalent...