The constraints of portable design helped Nintendo develop smarter expressions of the Metroid concept.
In honor of Kirby's 25th anniversary, we ranked them all. Yes, even Kirby Air Ride.
No Game Boy? No Nintendo 3DS? No problem for this dedicated redditor.
Whatever the Netflix Castlevania series offers us, let's hope it's more interesting than this tepid take on Vlad Tepes.
Sometimes the best gaming experiences come in the form of desperate hacks, as these obscure Game Boy galleries demonstrate.
Featuring a look at Tetris' essential role in the system's success.
AM2R: Another Metroid 2 Remake is out in the wild, but Nintendo has already flexed its legal muscle to get it removed from download sites.
Why the classic brawler's handheld version was almost (but not quite) its best home port.
A look back at the launch of the legendary handheld in this unusual Micro episode.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast examines the portable RPG that became an outright phenomenon.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Kat and Nadia discuss how Pokémon got them into anime, recall the Pokémon Black and Lavender Town creepypastas, and talk about the Pokémon Sun/Moon announcement.
It looks like Nintendo is on the verge of announcing Generation 7, but Kat is too busy playing Pokémon Red/Blue. Join her at 3pm PT/6pm ET.
Alex Bahr's homemade SD Card Drive perfected the iconic Game Boy Camera — but it never evolved beyond the prototype stage.
How do you improve on a unproduced masterpiece? Make it even more refined... and a reality.
Yes, the Game Boy version is still the best.
This week's episode deep-dives into the archive-fixated obsession of ventures such as Chrontendo.
The New 3DS won't launch in America until next year, but history already gives us a sense of how it may go.
25 years ago, the world's first handheld RPG was also Squaresoft's most daring creation.