Movies & TV

Pokémon: The First Movie can be streamed for free due to 20th anniversary celebration

Definitely good news for anyone that grew up during the Pokémon craze in the late nineties, the Pokémon company is letting anyone stream Pokémon: The First Movie for free in celebration of 20 years of Pokémon.

Lost Nintendo classic Kuru Kuru Kururin resurfaces on Wii U

Kuru Kuru Kururin, a long-lost Game Boy Advance classic previously only available in Japan and Europe, makes its first-ever appearance in North America this week as part of Nintendo's latest Wii U eShop update.

Super Smash Bros’ DLC characters fight it out in Nintendo’s final trailer 3:45

Nintendo has released a final DLC trailer showcasing all of the characters added to Super Smash Bros.' playable roster over the past year, giving a memorable sendoff to its landmark cross-franchise brawler.

Nintendo officially gives up on non-wearable ‘Quality of Life’ sleep tracker

After more than a year in development, Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima revealed the company will not continue developing its fitness-minded "quality of life" sleep tracker.

This is how Super Mario Sunshine would look in Unreal Engine 4

One Nintendo fan has taken to remaking Super Mario Sunshine's hub world, Delfino Plaza, in Unreal Engine 4.

Nintendo details Zelda: Twilight Princess HD gameplay improvements

Nintendo has a number of major changes in store for its upcoming HD revamp of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, resulting in a streamlined experience that eliminates many of the flaws present in the game's original 2006 release.

Earthbound sequel Mother 3 may finally get a western release

Nintendo will publish the first western localization of Mother 3, the 2006 GBA sequel to the game released in North America for SNES as Earthbound, on the Wii U virtual console later this year.

Sega's 7th Dragon III Code: VFD announced for U.S. release on Nintendo 3DS 1:45

Sega announced that its Nintendo 3DS RPG 7th Dragon III Code: VFD is due for a North American launch later this year, following up on multiple series entries released exclusively in Japan over the past decade.

Nintendo’s first mobile app will debut in March, alongside a new user account system

Nintendo has revealed plans to launch a unified user account system across all of its gaming platforms, putting it on equal footing with Microsoft's Xbox Live and Sony's PlayStation Network services.

Nintendo will seek success in mobile games, new hardware and maybe even VR in 2016

After reporting shrinking profits, Nintendo teased upcoming projects and new areas of corporate "interest," including mobile gaming, virtual reality, and the upcoming NX console.

Move over Tupac, Hatsune Miku: Splatoon’s Squid Sisters perform live in Japan

Fresh off of their first-ever live show in Japan delivered via hologram technology, Splatoon's starring Squid Sisters may soon be immortalized as collectible amiibo figurines in the coming months.

Pikachu finds love, dead bodies in this trailer for Great Detective Pikachu 1:15

Nintendo has released a new trailer for their upcoming Pokémon spin-off, Great Detective Pikachu: The Birth of a New Duo, which will be released in Japan February 3.