The owners of LoveROMS.com and LoveRETRO.co have agreed to pay Nintendo $12 million in damages for providing PC versions of old Nintendo games.
S PATCHING Those of you who have been desperate to see what Kirby looks like without his shoes on and use him in gameplay, look no further than right here.
Nintendo has drawn complaints from fans due to the changes to Mr. Game & Watch's forward smash attack move, which is based on a Game & Watch game called Fire Attack.
The Pokémon Let's Go games have been promoted as loose remakes of Pokémon Yellow, down to including Pikachu as a starter and battling Team Rocket from the anime throughout the adventure.
Mario Segale, the man after which iconic video game character Super Mario was named, has passed away at the age of 84.
YouTube may finally be coming to the Nintendo Switch, and a lot sooner than anybody expected.
Those of you who rushed through Lavender Town as a kid during your adventure in Pokémon Red & Blue will soon be given the chance to do it again as an adult, as footage of the Pokémon Let's Go Pika...
RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures will be out on Nintendo Switch in time for Christmas in Europe, but America will have to wait until 2019.
Nintendo fans have known for a while that the motion controls of the Wii were originally planned for the GameCube. This is due to patents that have been revealed that show the Wiimote being used in co...
The story of Resident Evil 4 has come full circle, as Capcom has announced that it's coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2019.
We now know that the evolution of Meltan is Melmetal and it stands at over eight feet tall. Melmetal is mostly composed of liquid metal, which gives it an incredibly flexible and powerful body.
Nintendo UK Has Added Pages For Banjo-Kazooie & Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 - Are These For The N64 Classic?
The Nintendo UK site has added a few new pages that have thrown fuel on the fire of a Nintendo 64 retro console, as Banjo-Kazooie and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 now have pages on the site.
Pokémon Go was released back in the summer of 2016 and despite its cynics, it’s been going strong ever since with more and more users joining Niantic’s hit game—and more and more updates to the game from Niantic themselves.
As director Junichi Masuda teased us last week about the release of Pokémon: Let’s Go! on the Switch, he let us know we'll finally be seeing the game’s Master Trainers.
It's one of the most well-known video game themes ever created, but you have probably never seen or heard it played quite like this.
The latest Pokémon: Let's Go trailer features a rotating cast of classic characters and one ultra-powerful psychic type that we all remember saving our Master Balls for.