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The plot thickens as more Nintendo NX reports appear. We've heard from Eurogamer that the device is a portable console, and MCV claims it will be cheaper than expected. Since these do not come from Nintendo themselves, we should be taking them with a grain of salt. The same goes for this next report from the Wall Street Journal. The publication backs up Eurogamer's report, and also claims NX will play Nintendo's mobile games such as Miitomo...

This morning Eurogamer, one of the most reputable news outlets for video games in the world, has a breaking report about the NX from several unnamed sources, though the exact detailed nature of this report suggest it's definitely sources who have gone hands on with the NX. According to Eurogamer and their sources, the NX is a portable console with detachable controllers. Having a hard time picturing it? Here is a mockup Eurogamer presented of the idea...

The folks over at IGN got a chance to go hands on physically with the Nintendo Classic Edition. That makes it the first time we have seen the console being handled to get a good idea of the actual size and look beyond promo material. It truly a plug and play console that fits in the palm of your hand. They closely examine the entire console and show off both the HDMI port and the USB type C power port. One neat thing to note is the length of the cord on the Nintendo Classic Edition controller...

Current Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma may finally be expanding beyond the realm of Zelda after faithfully creating nothing but Zelda games since he started working as a developer on Ocarina of Time in the 1990s. An interview he did during E3 has finally been published by the most recent issue of Edge magazine. In it he says many things, but one of the most interesting portions deals directly with the future games Eiji Aonuma will be heading. Chiefly, he points out that Nintendo has asked...

You've heard about the new mini NES, right? That tiny box with 30 nostalgia filled games will make any old-school gamer's heart skip a beat? It's already on my Christmas list, as according to the now official webpage for the NES Classic Edition console, the release date for the console will be available on November 11th of this year. In fact, this newly released website contains pretty graphics of old 8-bit Nintendo characters, as well as lots of useful information..

Ever since Nintendo announced the Nintendo Entertainment System: Mini NES Classic Edition yesterday, fans have been very excited but left with some questions. Will it play NES cartridges? Will there be more games in the future? These questions are some that I have personally had, and now we have answers.

For starters, no, the console will not play NES carts. Nintendo has also confirmed the 30 games coming with the system are...

Nintendo is releasing a new console this November, and it's not the NX. It's not exactly new either. The company is launching the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition on November 11th for $59.99 USD that will plug right into an HDMI port. The system will include over 30 games, two of which are The Legend of Zelda, and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. If you would like to play in two-player mode for some of the games listed below, don't worry...

Hyper Japan, a three day event located in London, will take place July 15th to the 17th. During the event, Nintendo UK will be showing off the Breath of the Wild demo live. Those at Hyper Japan get to have their own experience with the game. Nintendo UK is also streaming Hyper Japan for those who can’t attend. The streaming event is to take place on the 16th from 10.00 to 15.00 UK time on Nintendo UK's Twitch channel. Nintendo has more than Breath of the Wild lined up for the event. Games being shown are as follows...

A new patent has been filed by Nintendo for a "handheld information processing apparatus." In other words, it's a handheld device. It has one single screen, unlike the DS and 3DS, like the original Game Boy. It has speakers included (obviously) with a vibration system for a "higher sense of immersion."

In addition to the image above, there are more located in the gallery below. One image shows an on-screen button overlay...

Last week, we reported on a quote attributed to Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima that came out of the company's annual shareholder's meeting. The quote at the time seemed to indicate that Nintendo is currently in talks with an external partner with which to produce films, but a full translation recently provided by Nintendo has since refuted such film plans. According to official statements made by Kimishima and Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo has no solid plans to make a feature film at this time, even though the company is currently considering ways to utilize its IP in video content...