The PlayStation Portable never overtook Nintendo's portable gaming business, but the PSP carved out a potent niche for itself between 2004 and today. Its successor, the PS Vita, is getting crushed but its competitors.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said that while his company knows that games like Animal Crossing: New Leaf would be "unbelievably profitable" if they were supported with paid DLC, it's more important to build good relationships with players than to price…
A new quarterly earnings report shows a Nintendo that won't repeat last year's first annual loss. Even as the House of Mario recovers, though, its handheld business is still struggling.
According to Nintendo, games for its 3DS handheld have been selling like hotcakes. Incredibly lucrative hotcakes.
In Jetsetter, concept art's uncovered for a lost Rayman sequel, Nintendo prepares a new Circle Pad Pro in Japan, and Jedi birds hit Finland.
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The latest Nintendo 3DS update permanently blocks the use of flash carts for playing pirated games according to one cart manufacturer.
Natsume is rolling out all the stops for the 15th anniversary of Harvest Moon (and by "stops," we mean "adorable plush dolls.")
Platinum Games' Atsushi Inaba discussed his studio's future after Bayonetta 2 in a new interview, citing Steam and 3DS as his destinations.
Ever the crowd pleaser, Capcom decides to leave its exciting Nintendo 3DS/PlayStation Vita shooter EX Troopers in Japan.
The FAA's review of what portable electronics can stay on for the duration of flights is good news for the game obsessed.
UK retailer GAME says Nintendo is cooking up the long-rumored Nintendo 3DS remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
Weeks ahead of the Wii U's launch announcement, Nintendo shows the 3DS some love with new games with weird, storied histories.
Archos has announced the GamePad, a 7-inch Android tablet with a set of hardware gaming controls, due for release in October.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata acknowledges the strength of the smartphone and tablet market while still seeing a future for Nintendo 3DS.