Look for another stocking-stuffer.
Accio console exclusives.
Just take your hat and exit the premises, good sir.
The real "Mission Impossible" was making a good movie tie-in game for the N64, am I right guys? ...Guys?
No way that crummy penguin will outrace Mario now.
Is Nintendo going to miniaturize the N64?
The barrel rolls were slower and clumsier, but Star Fox for the SNES has a special something every other iteration lacks.
Karl Jobst performs just like Bond himself would.
There isn't a specific button that lets you hold Waluigi's head under water until he stops struggling, but we're sure you'll make it work.
In a recent interview, Eiji Aonuma talks about how Ocarina of Time was built to tutor Zelda fans, and how Breath of the Wild sets them free.
In honor of Kirby's 25th anniversary, we ranked them all. Yes, even Kirby Air Ride.
More like Legend of Sanic: Ocarina of Fast.
Which console debut occupies the most space in your memory banks?
Nintendo sort-of confirms what my silly teenage self suspected in the '90s.
When Nintendo and Silicon Graphics joined forces in the '90s, they celebrated their union by handing out a way past cool shirt.
Even the most dedicated Final Fantasy VII fans will find tons of new information from Matt Leone's extensive feature.
This week, USgamer's classic gaming podcast explores Link's 1998 leap into the world of 3D gaming.
Link's soothing ballad transcends races, death, and even timelines to heal the soul of whomever hears it.
What do Tom Cruise, Tim Curry, the '80s, and the N64 all have in common?
pannenkoek2012's dedication to turning Mario 64 inside-out demonstrates just how educational games can be (however unintentionally).
Capcom pulls back the curtain to show off their original, Nintendo-based plans for this Resident Evil side story.
We celebrate the upcoming 3DS remake by discussing why this great little N64 Zelda is so misunderstood.
You may have played Super Mario 64 before, but you've never played it like THIS.
Nintendo's RPG-turned-global-phenomenon helped keep things looking rosy in tough times.