Could 2014 Be the Year the Wii U Finds its Audience?
With slow console sales and a lack of third-party support, saying that the Wii U is struggling is an understatement. With a few high-profile first-party games on the horizon, however, Nintendo might start attracting more fans.
XBox One vs. PS4 vs. Wii U: Are Graphics Still Relevant in the Eighth Generation?
Is the graphical weight-lifting contest between the Xbox One, PS4, and Wii U a pointless comparison that impedes the production of high-quality games?
Relax, Girl Gamers, the ‘Nintendo Girls Club’ Isn’t Meant for You
Nintendo UK just launched the ‘Nintendo Girls Club’ YouTube channel to broaden its appeal to younger female gamers. Critics have called the channel stereotypical and sexist. This is why they need to relax.
Is French Gaming Publisher Ubisoft in a World of Trouble?
Ubisoft was one of the last generation's big winners, but problems abound with the company's upcoming lineup. Can Ubisoft compete against the likes of Take-Two Interactive?
Nintendo’s Half-Hearted Microtransaction Strategy Upsets Gamers and Investors
Nintendo appears to be intent on adding microtransactions to its 3DS games. However, its half-hearted approach has upset gamers and investors alike.
The 5 Games Launching on Wii U in the First Quarter of 2014
Nintendo's latest platform looks to be a failure of epic proportions. Can the games in Wii U's sparse first-quarter lineup create some much-needed momentum?
The 5 Biggest Games of the First Quarter of 2014
The first quarter of 2014 will see the release of an unusually large number of high-profile games. Which titles will shape the coming year and the industry at large?
Will Kickstarter Video Games Kick Activision and Electronic Arts to the Curb?
Will crowdfunded video games on Kickstarter -- such as Torment: Tides of Numenera, Mighty No. 9, Double Fine Adventure, and Wasteland 2 -- eventually threaten Activision and Electronic Arts’ dominant roles in publishing?
Can Microsoft Successfully Pioneer Interactive Television?
A blending of television and gaming is one of the driving visions behind Microsoft's Xbox One gaming console. Will Microsoft be first to mine the potentials of interactive television and gain an edge over Sony and Nintendo?
What Does a $1.1 Billion Share Buyback Mean for Nintendo?
Nintendo has recently completed a massive buyback to the tune of $1.1 billion. How did this purchase come to be and what does it mean for the future of the company?