Nintendo and DeNA stock were down 10 and 15 percent, respectively, after Nintendo’s president unveiled their first mobile game.
Nintendo is going mobile. But it's 2015: isn't it too late for the Japanese gaming giant to jump on the mobile gaming bandwagon?
Japanese startup Beatrobo is using its PlugAir technology to bring physical video game cartridges up to speed with the smartphone era.
Serkan Toto, CEO of Kantan Games, joined us to give a tribute to Satoru Iwata, CEO of Nintendo who has just passed away at the age of 50. We discussed his legac...
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This startup raised $160k on Kickstarter to build the Window, a screen that displays 4K video of beautiful settings to help you relax at home.
Here are five things that entrepreneurs and coders can learn from geek-turned-CEO Satoru Iwata.
Nintendo confirmed today that its CEO and president Satoru Iwata, 55, died yesterday (July 11) after a battle with cancer, reports the AFP. Iwata began working ...
After years of speculation, Nintendo's landmark characters are finally coming to smartphones and tablets.
China is lifting further restrictions on game consoles, but don't get excited. This still doesn't mean a windfall for any foreign game companies.
Newzoo’s list of top 25 publicly-listed game companies is almost half-filled by Asian companies.
New Nintendo 3DS impressions from a hands-on at Tokyo Game Show 2014, plus what we think it means for Nintendo.
Nintendo’s 125 today! But if they want to survive another 125, they’ll need to pay attention to the five items on this list.
While the top 10 was full of familiar faces, Level 5 has set the pace for Japanese summer sales, with Nintendo, Bandai Namco and co. gaining ground.
Sales numbers for this generation of consoles have us wondering if Japanese people even own televisions anymore.