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DONNY DECLINES: Let's give a big cheer for good ol' Donny, who recognized the inherent stupidity of this week's Team America mission and decided to take the fall.
The Nintendo Game Boy was the most successfully received gaming device to date with well over 150 million units sold, according to Nintendo's corporate history.
There seems to be a bit of a theme running through the picks of the pics this week.
Mega Man Battle Network is the only new Virtual Console title this week, while the 3DS sees the release of LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids.
There's been a lot of talk about the PlayStation 4 only being made for indies. That the wait for Sony's exclusives has opened the door for the platform to house nothing but indies all day long.
Earlier this week we announced that GDC Europe 2014 would host both game industry veteran Chris Roberts and Fireproof Studios cofounder Barry Meade.
If you thought the arrival of Mario Kart 8 was going to turn things around for Nintendo, I have bad news for you.
Super Mario upgraded to a Mercedes-Benz in the newest version of his racing game, yet that wasn't enough to keep Nintendo's Wii U from looking like a lemon.
Up until recently, the Mario maker released a new TV-connected game machine every five years.
Despite being a new entry Yoshi's New Island was no match on the Japanese charts for Yokai Watch 2: Ganso / Honke which held on to the top spot.
A new Hyrule Warriors gameplay trailer shows the first footage of Sheik in action, officially confirming her as a playable character.
For years, Nintendo has believed it could reject smartphone and tablet apps, yet still flourish.
The game, which is the Western version of Japan's Monster Hunter 4G , will arrive in early 2015.
Nintendo has released its financial results covering the period from April to the end of June 2014, revealing sales of 510,000 Wii U consoles and 820,000 3DS handhelds in three months.
Mario Kart 8 enjoyed a great attach rate with shipments of 2.82 million by the end of June, but the vast majority of its success can be attributed to existing Wii U owners and not new buyers.
Aya Kyogoku is one of the most influential women in Japanese gaming. As Animal Crossing: New Leaf director, she is responsible for one of the biggest hits of the last year.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 03:40 am
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