If this is Nintendo's idea of what a multiplayer shooter should be, then I'm not about to argue with them.
What a lovely day for a Mario Kart race as the Mushroom Kingdom collides with Mad Max: Fury Road in an awesome mash-up.
The House of Mario has revealed which eight Best Buy stores will host the regional qualifiers for the 2015 Nintendo World Championships.
It's time for all you collectors out there to start revving your engines, as a release date for the Silver Mario amiibo figurine has been announced.
In addition to announcing a streamed event for all of its E3 news, Nintendo revealed the Nintendo World Championships were coming back in a big way.
Now, thanks to newly released DeNA financial reports, we know that Nintendo and DeNA will be presenting the next evolution of Nintendo's membership program across multiple platforms later this year.
From its upcoming Universal theme park to its mobile gaming initiative, Nintendo is in for some big changes, including the possible removal of region locking.
If you were hoping to get a glimpse of Nintendo's newest ventures in hardware and mobile gaming at E3 2015, we're afraid we've got some bad news.
Nintendo's doing everything they can to meet the demand for the mighty amiibo line, but they know it probably still won't be enough.
The House of Mario is expecting to launch approximately five mobile games by 2017, and they could feature any of Nintendo's numerous IPs.