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Watch the Nintendo Switch hands-on event in Tokyo

March 3rd release date confirmed, to be sold at $299.99 in the US. Find out all details about the Nintendo Switch at a livestreamed event in Tokyo, which will be followed by a hands-on presentation in New York the day after.

Wii U emulator can now upgrade game graphics to 4K

The Nintendo Wii U isn't exactly the most powerful game console on the market. A small subsection of Wii U games run natively at 1080p, but the vast majority are rendered at 720p before being upscaled to 1080p. The console…

Nintendo shares original hand drawn Zelda maps

As Nintendo’s year-long celebration of The Legend of Zelda’s 30th anniversary comes to a close, the Japanese entertainment company’s UK division has shared perhaps the final bit of memorabilia before we roll the calendar to 2017. …

Super Mario Run Review

When Nintendo announced Super Mario Run, I expected an endless runner, a game where Mario runs from left to right through randomly-generated courses until he dies. That’s not what Super Mario Run is. Super Mario Run is technically three connected games: World Tour, Toad Rally and Kingdom Builder.