Almost showed off a new Zelda title at E3, Nintendo? Almost only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.
Nintendo has some high-profile titles to show off at their pre-E3 Nintendo Direct conference to make sure you don't forget about them while getting hyped for the PS4 and next Xbox.
They also show off yet another trailer, which reconfirms how awesome this game looks. Seriously, is there anyone not intending to buy this?
Get an early look at the upcoming 3D Shin Megami Tensei IV with this teaser trailer.
He knows that Nintendo didn't create the kind of momentum they should have, but believes that 2013 can turn it all around for them.
Nintendo won't be holding a typical press conference at this year's E3, but that doesn't mean the company won't have a presence.
And with that, my excuses for not owning one have pretty much evaporated.
The 3DS scores big at the Nintendo Direct conference, with two big pieces of Zelda news that should appeal to the longtime fans.
The fans have spoken, and Nintendo has listened. The popular cult classic RPG has been green lit for a re-release later this year.
When the platformer hits shelves this September, it will come packaged with much more content than previously expected.
Ubisoft continues to strengthen its support of Nintendo's Wii U with the release of Splinter Cell: Blacklist this summer.
Sega confirms first hand that Aliens: Colonial Marines is no longer in development for the Wii U.
In a recent interview with the Fire Emblem Awakening development team, project manager Masahiro Higuchi had mentioned the possibility of a future Advance Wars game.
Those new features coming to the Wii U version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution probably won't hit on any other platform. On the plus side, there's a shiny new trailer for the Director's Cut.
Shin Megami Tensei IV is officially set to release this summer in North America. It's starting to look like this year's summer drought won't be that bad at all.