Today Nintendo pulled the plug on the Wi-Fi features for the Wii, DS, and DSi. This effectively removes online multiplayer from those platforms' games as well as matchmaking and leaderboards.
You may not really care that The Legend of Zelda turned 25 this year, but there's a selfish reason why you should. As part of the 25th anniversary celebration, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition is now free to download on the DSi and 3DS.
The DS and Wii enjoyed strong sales during the Thanksgiving weekend. Never one to miss an opportunity to tout sales figures, Nintendo sent out a press release detailing the weekend's results.
Starting this week you'll have two more DSi colors to choose from. Nintendo plans to release orange and green DSi bundles on Black Friday.
The DS has been kicking ass month after month in sales. Nintendo wants to press the advantage by instituting price cuts for the DSi and DSi XL.
A complete line-up of the new-age accessories are currently available for gamers looking to add a little panache to their gaming lifestyle.
Abylight announced that the Nintendo DSi will be receiving the first in a new franchise of Music On apps, called Electric Keyboard.
The DSi XL is already in stores in Japan and will hit Europe on March 5th. Today Nintendo revealed when it will arrive in North America.
Soon the DS Lite will be the third oldest DS model on the market. However, Nintendo isn't ready to kick it to the curb.
Capcom announced via a blog post that a remake of a cancelled 8-bit NES version of Dark Void (entitled Dark Rift) will be making its return to the Nintendo DSi.
Starting on November 27th, Nintendo will be offering two special holiday bundles of the DSi. Each has about $20 worth of software already installed on their hard drive.
Earlier today, it was revealed that Nintendo would be releasing a new wide-screen DSi in Japan and Europe. North America's getting it too, it turns out.
Gaming systems tend to get slimmer with each new model but in the case of the DS, it's actually about to get fatter. Today Nintendo announced the DSi LL, with a wider screen and overall larger build than the normal DSi.
Uacari, a French developer of a new Nintendo DSi project, announced that they are working on the upcoming and mysteriously named, Fullux.
This week's addition to Virtual Console is a bit more obscure than average: Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa. All you need to know is that you fly a spaceship and shoot stuff. DSiWare and WiiWare, meanwhile, received puzzle and summer-themed games.