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Mario Kart Tour for iOS, Android launching on Sept 25: Here’s how to pre-order

Mario Kart Tour will follow Super Mario Run, Animal Crossing Pocket Camp and Dr Mario World. It will feature all of the courses that were present in previous games.

Nintendo Switch Lite FCC listing reveals smaller battery, more efficient chipset

Nintendo Switch Lite has a smaller 13.6Wh battery compared to the original Switch's 16Wh battery.


Nintendo Switch Lite announced, coming this September for $199

The Switch Lite will have a retail price of $199.99 and be released Sept 20, the company said in a statement.

Nintendo says to shift part of Switch console production out of China

The move would make Nintendo the latest company to relocate production out of China amid a Sino-U.S. trade war punctuated by tit-for-tat import tariffs spanning industries.

Retro gadgets from the 'Stranger Things' era that you can own now

The 80s are back! Here is a list of '80s gadgets that are making an epic comeback, from Nintendo Entertainment System to Commodore 64.

Nintendo at E3 2019: Luigi's Mansion 3, Breath of the Wild sequel, Link’s Awakening, and more

Nintendo just showed a lot of new games at E3 2019, including a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, No More Heroes 3 is in development, the Switch remake of Link’s Awakening will land on September 20, Banjo-Kazooie is coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and much more.


Nintendo soars as Tencent wins Switch game approval in China

Tencent could prove an invaluable ally for Nintendo in China where gamers have historically shunned consoles in favor of smartphones and PCs.

Nintendo shares climb after report of two new Switch models

The new models may be launched at the E3 2019 video game expo in Los Angeles in June, with a wider release possible months later.

Google Stadia explained: How does it work and where is it available?

While Google may aim to offer a unified gaming platform where games can be downloaded, played and shared at high-speeds and with no lag, there is a lot of questions unanswered.

Nintendo unveils new Mario, Zelda games to boost switch

Among the most promising new games are Super Mario Maker 2, which will go on sale in June, and Zelda: Link’s Awakening slated for some time this year.