A new Game Awards trailer for The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild reiterates how stunning this Nintendo exclusive really is.
Super Mario Maker on the 3DS is just as feature rich as the Wii U version, but is severely hampered by a lack of true course sharing functionality.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is looking less and less likely to launch alongside the Nintendo Switch, but for good reason.
It’s over for Nintendo’s beleaguered Wii U. The last unit rolls off the production line later this week.
Nintendo have whet our appetites, but they’re only going to serve the second Switch course next year.
Nintendo has conservative expectations for their new Switch console, despite overwhelming praise after the reveal last week.
Breath of the Wild is going to make you preapre more for Link’s adventure, and that means cooking up a storm at your closest camp site.
Koji Igarashi’s Symphony of the Night spiritual successor is going to take a little longer than previously expected.
Nintendo has shared more footage of Breath of the Wild, this time focusing on the destruction Link can rain down from the sky.
New Breath of the Wild gameplay shows just how important a classic bow and arrow combination can be.
Another short clip of Breath of the Wild gameplay shows off the various weapons Link will have access to, and how each of them changes combat slightly.
Runes will be your most useful tools in Breath of the Wild, as Link shows a couple of them off in new gameplay footage.