Discovered in an otaku mecca and seemingly protected by the Nintendo franchise’s legendary Triforce.
Nintendo fans set up the gadgets to play Zelda’s iconic “secret” and “treasure” music, and the results are awesome.
Loving parent pulls the switch with Nintendo-loving son’s latest creative project.
First live-action adaptation of anime franchise to open in Tokyo this summer.
This nine-panel comic flips the table on ads featuring breasts, panties and shy girls for men, and blue-steel looks for women.
Nintendo shows how much they care about all of their fans.
Extra-stylish Pikachu and starter Pokémon adorn compacts, water bottles, and snacks.
The anime and video game timepiece does look pretty awesome, though.
Groups of three players will team up to battle an Angel in recreation of the fun parts of the heavy-themed fighting robot anime.
Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea! might sound like another example of Japanese weirdness, but it’s actually foreign-developed.
And in Pokémon tradition, there’s even a minor change from the original Japanese version.
Iconic video game fanfare rewards purchasers of Dragon Quest Critical Hit-Flavor fried chicken.
Creative celebration includes a tip of the hat to one more beloved Japanese RPG franchise too.
Would having to say goodbye to your Pokémon stable have you ready to say goodbye to your boyfriend or girlfriend too?
Super Mario, Pokémon, and Zelda series salutes among the winners in global design contest.
Puppet theater music video about biting a Pokémon’s tail is a surprising tear-jerker.
Hot on the heels of the Switch, here comes another awesome-looking piece of Nintendo hardware.
The project stems from a collaborative effort between one of Tokyo’s biggest landmarks and the celebrated video game series, which turns 30 this year.
This purrfect duet is meowsic to our ears.
If you want it, you’ll have to move quick, before Nintendo banishes it to the Twilight Realm.