British watchdog growls that online services might be unfair to gamers.
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority [CMA] is investigating Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony to see if their online service practices violate consumer protection law.
Wanted confidential information
A 24-year-old security researcher pleaded guilty today to hacking into Microsoft and Nintendo servers and nicking confidential information.
Had an otherwise good third quarter
Nintendo slashed its full-year hardware forecast for the hybrid home-portable Switch console.
ROM makers taken to the cleaners
Nintendo has won a lawsuit seeking to take two large retro-game ROM sites offline, on charges of copyright infringement.
Switch sales up.
Nintendo posted profits of $301 million for the July to September quarter, logging growth for its Switch console, but missing its targets and analyst estimates.
Nintendo wants a new version out
Nintendo is planning to release a new version of its Switch gaming console next year "to maintain the sales momentum of the device".
Never mind a warning letter we are suing
Nintendo is getting nasty with those who want to make ROM releases.
Mario is driving onto your mobile drivers
Now that Nintendo has already released hits such as Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Super Mario Run on both iOS and Android, it's choosen to bring its signature death race to the market. Nintendo haa teased the next instalment of its mobile market takeover: Mario Kart Tour.
Best profit in eight years
The former maker of playing cards Nintendo reported its biggest third quarter operating profit in eight years, driven by smashing demand for its new Switch games console.
Thanks to an Nvidia backdoor
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that hackers are on the verge of opening the Nintendo Switch, thanks to Nvidia being rather too forthcoming about the GPU.