Nintendo’s Tumblr account today confirmed in-game amiibo rewards for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Most interestingly, the amiibo will make meat rain down from the sky. No, seriously. See? Here’s what other amiibo will offer: 8-bit Link will

Nintendo Australia today confirmed that an exclusive, hands-on Nintendo Switch event will take place in Melbourne in mid-January. The event will place select invited guests as “the first in Australia and New Zealand to play Nintendo’s new home gaming system,”

The Game Awards 2016 are done and dusted, and we’ll got the full list of award winners for you. GAME OF THE YEAR: Overwatch (Blizzard) BEST GAME DIRECTION: Blizzard (for Overwatch) BEST NARRATIVE: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (Naughty Dog/SIE) BEST ART DIRECTION: Inside

Update: We’ll keep adding in new footage here. Original story: The Game Awards 2016 hasn’t officially started, but we’ve already seen new footage from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Check it out below: More videos will be played over the

EA’s Chief Competition Officer, Peter Moore, confirmed that the publisher has big plans for the Nintendo Switch. “Nintendo has always been and will always be an very important partner in this industry,” Moore said. “They have some of the best

Another Nintendo Switch reveal event has been confirmed for Paris in mid-January. The event, to take place on 13 January, will coincide with similar events in Tokyo and New York. Meanwhile, a Nintendo Australia representative has told Stevivor that it

Stevivor’s Steve Wright appeared on the You Game Bro? podcast last night to talk all things Star Trek, Resident Evil, Final Fantasy XV and more. You can listen to the episode below: Download: Direct link Subscribe: iTunes If you’d rather watch

Following their initial announcement last year, Nintendo and Universal Theme Parks and Resorts have outlined their plans for Nintendo-themed areas at Universal parks in Japan, Orlando and Hollywood. “Expansive, immersive and interactive” areas will have “authentic environments” populated by attractions, shops

Nintendo today confirmed two major Switch reveal events planned for mid-January 2017. As promised, a livestream dubbed the “Tokyo Webcast” is planned for the morning of 13 January here in Australia. Select members of the media, analysts, industry contacts and

Speaking with AusGamers, Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, said he’d love to see Mario on Xbox. “I’d love to see Mario on Xbox,” Spencer exclaimed. “Nintendo has the strongest first-party of anybody,” he continued. “They’re just fantastic and the memories

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received an M for Mature classification in Australia. The Australian Classification Board made the classification yesterday, adding Breath of the Wild to the fairly short list of Zelda games to receive the classification. Other

GameStop CEO, Paul Raines, may have just outed a Nintendo Switch feature ahead of the console’s further reveal in January. Rained used an investor call to talk of potential Switch motion controls. “A movement-related game is more fun for kids, you know,

Eurogamer today reports that Nintendo is planning to re-release Pokémon Sun and Moon on Nintendo Switch, currently titled Pokémon Stars. The site relies on multiple resources who allege that the game will be released in 2017. Pokémon Sun and Moon

Nintendo has registered the “Wave Race” trademark with the European Union Intellectual Property Office. The Class 9 registration refers to game software. The Wave Race franchise originated on Game Boy (1992), Nintendo 64 (1996) and GameCube (2001). This new registration means we may

LetsPlayVideoGames reports that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and new Super Mario and Splatoon titles will be available at the launch of the Nintendo Switch in March of next year. The unnamed Super Mario title will “apparently feature a 3D open world hub from which different

Multiple reports suggest that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will not be ready in time for the launch of the Nintendo Switch in March 2017. Emily Rogers, a proven Nintendo reporter, first led the charge. Her sources say