Satoru Iwata, Nintendo president, died over the weekend. (Photo courtesy of Nintendo)

Sad Day For Gamers, Nintendo’s Global President Dies

Nintendo announced president Satoru Iwata, who launched the Wii and DS consoles, died over the weekend.


This picture taken on April 26, 2014 shows Japanese videogame giant Nintendo's characters Super Mario and Luigi (L) performing in Chiba, suburban Tokyo. Nintendo booked a 229 million USD annual loss on May 7, reversing a year-earlier profit as dismal sales of its Wii U console during the crucial Christmas holiday period dented results.

Nintendo Expanding Gaming Experience To Mobile Games, Theme Parks

Nintendo has announced that it will be introducing games for smart devices in the coming months, and has established a partnership with Universal theme parks.

CBS 62–05/11/2015

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Modern Day Teens React To Seeing The Nintendo Power Glove For The First Time [VIDEO]

Come on, my fellow video game dorks, you know what I’m talking about!

97.1 The Ticket–02/10/2015

GVSU Konami Code

GVSU Adds Konami Easter Egg To Website

Grand Valley State University has entered the world of geek chic, with a video game buried in its recently-designed website.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/19/2012

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The Week In Geek 3-29-12

By: Theron Dahlerup What’s in an Internet minute Most people know who Intel is, right? If you are using a Windows computer then more than likely there is a sticker on your computer with their […]

97.1 The Ticket–03/29/2012

A screen capture of the Five Lessons smartphone app

Pixofactor Tees Up Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons for iPad

Five Lessons, the No. 1 golf book of all time by the legendary Ben Hogan, will be available soon on a new generation of platforms for a new generation of golfers. Royal Oak-based Pixofactor Entertainment, a video gaming and entertainment content development company, is launching the Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons for iPad.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/24/2011