Supported by Super Smash Bros.
Mario Kart, Smash Bros. Brawl, Animal Crossing affected.
The gloves are off.
Dislikes "complicated controls just for the sake of it."
Can't "just expand the volume of the game".
"I want these people to play Tekken, too!"
GameCube game and pad support gone.
Nintendo picks apart its classic fighter.
No new submissions after 30th June.
Nintendo first-party games dominate.
Three of top five exclusive to Wii.
Buzz! PS3 playing catch-up.
Muscles way to No. 1. Full top 40 inside.
Late June. Plus lots of other Nintendo dates.
Wii beats PS3 and Xbox 360 combined.
Two copies shifted every minute.
Nintendo repairing Wiis for free.
"Pure speculation and guesswork."
As far as creator Sakurai is concerned.
Nintendo is "looking at it".
Nintendo claims 22 spots in top 30.
Talking Wii Fit, WiiWare, Smash Bros.
Offers to clean Japanese Wiis for free.
Official website gets it wrong.
Early Japanese retail copies to blame.
Called Masterpieces. Time limited.
In both the US and Japan.
Brings Pikmin friends. Wants Mario.
Not finalised as yet.
In new Spectator mode.
Assist Trophy swordsman.
Get creative with Stage Builder.
Beat someone up on a penis.
Actor confirms involvement.
Do it with friends or anyone.
December in US.
Zelda DS, too. Phew.
The one from Nintendo World.
With Fox back in the line-up.
Sakurai spills the beans.
Count 'em. Or not.
E3: Smash Bros., Mario, more.
Brawl to feature Wario, Kid Icarus, Solid Snake.