If entertainment doesn't necessarily mean games, then what does the house of Mario have cooking?
Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata announces new plans for both gaming and non-gaming future - plus smart device apps still possible.
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has announced that he's taking a 50% pay cut for the next five months.
A restrictive price-tag isn't what's harming Wii U sales says CEO, citing stronger performance of Premium console.
BlipIt turns out the Wii Vitality sensor, which would read a player's pulse, didn't actually work very well.
Nintendo president admits that the Wii U's lack of games hurt sales, but promised more compelling titles will arrive soon.
These are changing times at Nintendo, as the company attempts to transition into a more positive future.