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Nintendo revealed its 10 best-selling Nintendo Switch games, and the No. 1 game has already sold over 20 million copies
Which Nintendo Switch game is on top? Believe it or not, it's not a "Super Mario" or "Legend of Zelda" game!
Nintendo is building a life-size video game theme park in Japan, where visitors will compete against one another and visit familiar ‘Super Mario...
Three more Super Nintendo World theme parks are planned to open in California, Florida, and Singapore.
The hero from "The Legend of Zelda" will now be playable in "Super Mario Maker 2," thanks to the new Master Sword power-up item in update 2.0.
The biggest game company in the world is helping Nintendo break into the Chinese market, but it may be making a bold play for Nintendo’s beloved...
The world's biggest game company isn't Nintendo, and it isn't Microsoft or Sony either — it's a Chinese company named Tencent.
In this "Super Mario Bros." spin-off, Luigi will have to rescue Mario and Peach from a haunted hotel.
Mario Kart Tour is Nintendo’s most popular mobile game launch ever, with 20 million downloads so far. Here’s what it’s like to play....
Mario Kart Tour redesigns the series with easy touch controls and microtransactions, and there are already millions of people playing
Finally, you can live your dreams of classic Super Mario taking on Sonic the Hedgehog in a wild new game headed to Nintendo Switch
After 30 years, classic Super Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog are back at it in a new game coming this November to Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo’s Switch is beating Xbox and PlayStation across the board, according to the latest sales numbers
The Nintendo Switch continues to be the most popular video game console of 2019, with an impressive list of exclusive games.
Nintendo's flagship handheld just turned 30, so we went back and found 30 of the most important games released on the portable console.
‘Super Mario Maker 2’ was the best-selling game of June, and the Nintendo Switch continues to dominate the sales charts
As Sony and Microsoft prep their new consoles for next year, Nintendo has taken advantage of the transition period.