Investors hit the sell button on Nintendo shares Friday as gamers and analysts were left underwhelmed by a sneak peek at the videogame giant's long-awaited new console.
Japanese videogame giant Nintendo said Thursday it will offer gamers a sneak peek at a long-awaited new console that could be key to boosting its bottom line.
Nintendo skyrocketed Thursday after the Japanese gaming giant and Apple announced that an exclusive Super Mario game will be available on iPhones later this year.
If you're like millions of other Americans, you've spent much of your last week or so playing Pokemon Go.
The Pokemon Go mobile gaming craze reached European fans on Wednesday, with players in Germany the first to get their hands on the augmented reality sensation.
With Pokemon-mania sweeping the planet, Nintendo's nascent shift into mobile gaming has proved a massive hit, vindicating the Japanese videogame giant's decision to unshackle itself from a long-standing consoles-only policy.
Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. is eyeing the movie business for growth.
Nintendo said on Tuesday its first smartphone game attracted more than one million users three days after release—good news for the Japanese game giant that was long reluctant to stray from its console-only policy.
For its inaugural lunge into the mobile gaming business, Nintendo isn't relying on bouncy plumber Mario or sword-wielding hero Link. Instead, the Japanese gaming giant is looking to its legions of cutesy avatars.
Amanda Maler wasn't even born yet when Nintendo's beloved Super Mario made his debut 30 years ago.