The tale of how a group of MIT dropouts got sued by Atari, created the best-selling American arcade game of all time, and annoyed Steve Jobs with a fan.
Square Enix' latest RPG is aimed right at JRPG fans' nostalgia.
Someone is making a Shinobi movie because they really love ninjas.
What's your take on a great Castlevania game?
A work-in-progress breakdown of the best NES classics for Wii U. Now with DS game rankings!
The Atlus/Intelligent Systems' collaboration seems rather familiar.
As early 3D games enter the world of retro, we have to ask ourselves: Is every era worth celebrating?
Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing are coming to mobile platforms, but don't panic! It seems unlikely either game is based around free-to-play mechanics.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: What are the best RPG boss fights? And what makes a good RPG boss fight in the first place? Nadia and returning guest Steve Tramer join Kat to dissect this crucial aspect of creating a good roleplaying game.
Sony's game-based revenue is doing great for the company.
NCSoft enters the MOBA arena with its unique combo of MOBA and dungeon crawler.
We compile everything we know about Nintendo's follow-up to the Wii U.
IO Interactive's episodic take on creative assassinations continues with a prettier locale, and some new surprises.
There's a new Tomb Raider movie coming.
While its intriguing premise isn't the only novel element this dungeon crawler brings to the table, it's ultimately business as usual.
It's like a marathon, but with an N in place of the R. We begin at the beginning, with the original Mega Man for NES!
An odd chapter in Nintendo's history is coming to a close. Here's how they ended up with the Mariners in the first place.
Things look pretty dark for gaming's most venerable first party. But then, when don't they?
Nintendo is looking to sell its stake in the Seattle Mariners.
Housemarque's latest lacks originality, but it's still a damn fine shooter.
Take this. It's dangerous to go alone!
A work-in-progress breakdown of the best PlayStation classics currently available on SEN.
With a very lean E3 incoming and no Legend of Zelda Wii U this holiday, supporters of Nintendo's rapidly-dying system can be forgiven for feeling slighted.
Runic Games is back with with a new adventure.
If Nintendo wants its mascots to show up in more media outside games, a multi-episode animated series like A Fox in Space isn't a bad idea.
While this M2-developed SEGA compilation has its drawbacks, it's still a heck of a package.
Come hang out with Kat as she tries to beat the Cathedral of the Deep at 4pm PT/7pm ET.
Some people tinker with and invent new strategies. Other people are like Kat.
Lo Wang returns to get your blood pumping, classic shooter fans.
Blow the dust off your Vita and engage in some beautiful-looking dungeon-crawling.