Nintendo's first mobile game Super Mario Run is currently graded with a 2.5-star rating in Apple's app store. The bad reviews for the game caused Nintendo's share price to fall 11%.
Nintendo announced its new game called "Super Mario Run"
The new Nintendo Switch has a lot of thing to discuss regarding the new system but has not yet been talking about it.
Nintendo, the largest Japanese video game company, had teamed up with Niantic Inc. to develop Pokémon Go, a mobile game based on the popular monsters from the Japanese cartoon series.
When Sony unveiled the Project Morpheus VR headset at E3, IT enthusiasts and gamers are keeping their eyes on it, particularly when they announced that it will be getting its way on 2016. Now Sony will allow the public to experience the most awaited VR headset on GameStop Expo 2015 for the first time.
Shares in video game maker Nintendo Co were overwhelmed with buy orders on Wednesday as investors welcomed its long-awaited move to bring its iconic game characters such as Super Mario to smartphones.
"Super Mario Bros" creator Shigeru Miyamoto has produced some of the world's biggest video game hits over the past three decades, and now he has added film producer to his long list of credits.
Flappy Bird, a mobile game created by Hanoi-Vietnam-based developer Dong Nguyen of dotGears Studios, hit the top spot of free mobile apps in the Google Play and iOS app stores, mainly because it is very challenging and frustrating.
China's State Council has suspended the ban the government had put in place for 14 years which barred the selling of foreign video game consoles, potentially opening doors for technology firms to enter the Chinese video game market, Reuters reported.
Japan-based gaming company Nintendo will temporarily take down its eShop for 12 hours beginning 4:00 pm Eastern Standard Time to remedy high traffic and merger issues, according to The Next Web.
Nintendo announced on Wednesday that the company will give a USD50 discount on its high-priced Wii U consoles and would be offering a new low-priced console.
Researcher NPD Group said that the US retail sales of accessories, hardware and software of video games dived by 19% to USD443 million.
Nintendo Co. won a 50% cutback of the USD30.2 million in damages awarded to Sony Corp's former worker Seijiro Tomita.
Analysts said that if Nintendo's sales continue to drop, it would need to consider putting its games in app stores.
Nintendo decided to keep its estimate for its 2013/14 Wii U sales forecast at 9 million still.