Dallas Couple Decorates House With Nintendo GameThey spent about a month putting together a giant Nintendo game display, complete with a letter from Santa asking for Super Mario 3.
Southwest Passengers Surprised With Nintendo Switch And Visit From Famous Gaming PlumberForget about the free peanuts and pretzels, passengers on one Southwest Airlines flight got something a lot more fun when they boarded their plane.
New Pokemon App Looks To 'Turn Sleeping Into Entertainment'Gotta catch 'em all! Even while you're sleeping.
Nintendo Is Re-Releasing The NES Classic In JuneNintendo is giving video game lovers another chance to buy the company's wildly popular retro gaming console: the NES Classic.
Nintendo Bringing NES Classic Back To Store ShelvesNintendo said that the retro version of one of its iconic video game platforms will return to store shelves next year. The NES Classic will return next summer after becoming a smash hit during the holidays.
Shoppers Line Up & Brave The Cold In Hopes For A NES ClassicSome North Texans got up early, in the cold, trying to snag that perfect gift. Dozens of people were in line at one Best Buy trying to get this year’s hottest item.
Nintendo Entertainment System Returning To StoresIf you have fond memories of battling King Koopa or tossing barrels as Donkey Kong, you can relive them this fall.
Texas Cab Companies Think Influx Of Calls Result Of Pokemon GoSeems like some North Texans will go to great lengths to find Pokemon. Cab companies across the metroplex say they're getting more and more calls for people requesting taxis for a few hours.
Nintendo Eyes Film Business After Mariners SaleNintendo, which makes the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS video game machines, has licensed its game characters in the past, such as with its Pokemon movies, but is now thinking about make its own film content.
Rare Video Game Sells In Denton For $7,500One of the rarest video games on Earth just sold in Denton for $7,500 after a dealer in Texas decided to sell off his Nintendo video game collection.
Nintendo Providing Mii Time In First Mobile AppFor 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.
Teens React To The Power GloveThe Power Glove was released in 1989 as an accessory for the original Nintendo system. When today's teens are asked to use the glove, the dated technology is dismissed as trash.
Nintendo To End Rewards ProgramNintendo announced that it is discontinuing its Club Nintendo rewards program and will replace it in the United States with a new customer loyalty program at a later date.
Teens React To The Original Nintendo SystemRemember the original Nintendo NES? While it was revolutionary to many of us, it is a relic to today's teens. See how they react to it here!
Despite More Leaks, E3 Still SurprisesE3 is traditionally the place where video game publishers reveal their biggest and boldest creations. That has changed in recent years. But the event still offers plenty of surprises.