Why Nintendo’s new game plan doesn’t involve kids

The Nintendo Switch appears to signal a switch in strategy for a company that has, to this point, made kids its target demographic


Dark clouds gathering over Nintendo

It’s looking more and more like the Wii U is a flop

Microsoft cements games lead, Apple joins the race

Who will be first to unify an operating system for computers, smartphones, tablets and TVs?

Photo illustration showing a girl playing on an iPad rather than an XBOX.

Does Wii have a problem with U?

Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft are struggling to reinvent video games as touchscreens and tablets take over the living room

Is Nintendo innovating downwards for Canada?

Jesse Brown on why we are getting the Wii Mini before anyone else

Two thumbs down

Consumers take a pass on Playstation VITA

Sony’s powerful mobile gaming machine has trouble competing with smartphones, tablets and an Italian plumber

How the GoldenEye 007 video game brought Bond to a new generation

The classic Nintendo 64 video game turns 20 in August, marking two decades of serving as an odd kind of cultural touchstone

Mobile games not a threat to Vita, Sony says

Peter Nowak talks video games with Jack Tretton, CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America

A Wii problem

A Wii problem

Nintendo new product is causing some skepticism


The future, or a flop?

Manufacturers are rushing out new 3-D TV products, but some analysts see trouble ahead


Why the rise of Apple’s iPad spells trouble for Nintendo

Can it take a bite out of the $20-billion video game industry?


The game guru

Microsoft exec Don Mattrick may change how the world plays