Nintendo shares closed lower on Thursday as investors struck a note of caution ahead of the release of "Super Mario Run" on Apple's iOS.
Stifel cuts its Activision Blizzard fourth-quarter earnings-per-share estimate to 73 cents from 83 cents due to weak "Call of Duty" sales.
The Consumer Technology Association predicts 700,000 units will be sold before the end of the year.
Under Finland's icy exterior is a hotbed of start-ups looking to become major players in the young but fast-growing areas of virtual and augmented reality.
Riot Games co-founders Marc Merrill and Brandon Beck discuss the success of League of Legends and the business of eSports.
Big screen TVs and smartphones will once again top holiday wish lists, but more and more, new high-tech gadgets are making the cut as well.
The companies says the merger is expected to close in 2017.
Nintendo shares rallied Wednesday after the Japanese firm announced the release date and price of its upcoming "Super Mario Run" mobile game.
Nintendo's NES Classic released on Thursday for $59.99 in the U.S. is already being sold on eBay for $1,000.
Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two Interactive, joins "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer to discuss Take-Two's quarter and the future of the industry.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says GameStop CEO Paul Raines' attempts to diversify the company's stores is not working.
There are plenty of top-tier software titles available in 2016. Here are some can't-miss suggestions.
It's not a surprise to have a rich holiday catalog of top-tier games when you're three years into a console cycle.
"Fast Money" traders Tim Seymour visits one of the biggest eSports events of the year, the League of Legends semifinals. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Nintendo slumped to an operating loss in first half of fiscal 2017 due to a slowdown in sales and a stronger yen.
Nintendo has cut its full-year revenue view, its full-year operating profit view and its full-year pretax view. CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal reacts.
Many hardcore gamers celebrated the unveiling of Nintendo's new console. But not everyone was wowed.
Nintendo shares tanked 6.5 percent on Friday following a trailer teasing its new Switch console which analysts said underwhelmed investors.
After the rather disastrous performance of the Wii U, Nintendo will explore new waters next March with its new console — the Nintendo Switch.
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