Super Mario Maker 2's cool stylus for attractive level designers isn't on the menu for North Americans.
Nintendo hasn't skimped on communication options. Remember to behave yourself.
Japan understands you can never outgrow stickers and notebooks.
Pipes are about to get a whole lot faster.
All hail Lucien. Lucien is life.
Whatever it may offer you, don't hug the plant.
Mario + Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey knows Bowser's son is not loved, and its story uses that to its strength.
Google is working with Nintendo to celebrate everyone's favorite plumber.
Nintendo finally got the memo I've been sending them since Mario Tennis: Power Tour in 2005.
The USgamer team voted on every Super Mario game ever made. Where does Super Mario Odyssey fit in?
Nintendo’s iconic mascot is officially no longer in the plumbing business.
The optional second player can control Mario's hat, Cappy.
Breaking down Nintendo's very weird new take on Mario.
Even Super Mario Maker makes an appearance.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle describes Peach as "The Badass Princess." Hah, as if! Right...?
Bonus: We also imagine a (good) Genesis Classic Edition.
2017 IN PREVIEW: From Horizon Zero Dawn to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, we pick 13 games that intrigue us for the upcoming year.
Super Mario Run is coming on December 15, and you can try before you buy.
Hints, tips, and everything you need to survive and get a high score in Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr, and Mario Bros for the NES Classic Edition.
"Is Nintendo porting Wii U games to the Switch?" Nope, they're all-new. But don't be fooled into thinking the Switch is woefully under-powered.
Mario's latest is a beautiful, rollicking adventure that's been folded, spindled, and mutilated by questionable design choices.
The game's green producer talks about the RPG that has some Nintendo fans seeing red.
If reports are to be believed, Nintendo wants to make sure it has all big guns on deck for the NX launch.
Nintendo's NX is reportedly a portable system that's weaker than the PlayStation 4. Is Nintendo crazy? Yes. Like a (Star) fox.
The only thing truly "new" about Nintendo's DS blockbuster was the notion that maybe classic platformers still had a place in the world, but that was enough to make a difference.
More than a puzzle game, Treasure Tracker offers a glimpse of a world where simple, good-natured games get big budgets, too, and it's wonderful.
We talk to producer Takashi Tezuka about creativity, sharing, and the prospect of a portable version.
Whether wrung out, strung out, or just hung out to dry, there may be no better path to career recovery than an appearance in Nintendo's fighting series.
Producer Takashi Tezuka explains that the unique visual style of Yoshi's upcoming Wii U adventure isn't just about looks; it's also shaped the way the game plays.
The Mario series is the work of more than just one team. But whose version is best?
When licensing and franchising go horribly wrong, previously brilliant games (and their fans!) are the ones who suffer.
Now that Luigi's time in the limelight is winding down, who should Nintendo pimp out in 2014?
Nintendo EAD Tokyo manages to keep players on their toes (and paws) with an ever-changing array of challenges.
Not so, says someone who learned to read through games like Dragon Warrior.
We ask why tutorials in the franchise take so bloody long and other tenuously related questions about the upcoming RPG.
Turning a nondescript conference room into a gamer's paradise through their 2013 lineup. John gets updated hands-on with Nintendo's big releases and tells us why you can never count out the big N.
The old-school inspiration behind the latest Skylanders ensures it'll have some teeth despite its family-friendly nature.
Jeremy and Brendan attempt to disagree without resorting to personal attacks in USgamer's first Point/Counterpoint column.