In 1994, a translator changed game localization by writing a "deathless" apocalypse.
Mega Man X3's odd booklet is a product that can only exist in 1995.
A bold new Frontier for 2021.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | With a new 007 game on the way, we're looking back at his various incarnations over the years.
It's not Beat Saber, Superhot, or Half-Life: Alyx, but it's cool in its own right.
How the SNES kept me weird but happy during a rough spot in my life.
Party like it's 2002.
We break down the positives and negatives of Konami's latest effort to cater to the vampire hunter dwelling within you.
Sega's 16-bit sci-fi JRPG is revolutionary in many ways, but its age becomes apparent when you play through it.
It's been 25 years since Mega Man 6 came to North America. Nadia plays it again to see if it deserves the thumping fans and critics tend to administer.
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE | In transforming dungeons from combat gauntlets to complex puzzles, the third Zelda reinvented the action RPG.
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE | The third Zelda's big twist was even better than the original's Second Quest.
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE | Link's journey across the entirety of Hyrule was in fact just the beginning of a much larger adventure.
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE | We commemorate the 25th anniversary of A Link to the Past’s release in North America by diving deep into what makes it great.
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE | Such a convenient word, but not the most accurate one.
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE| How Konami created a new and different Castlevania by building on, and creating contrast to, what had come before.
CLASSIC DEEP DIVE | The first entry in a new weekly column kicks things off by exploring the inner workings of a video game classic.
HISTORY OF RPGS | Mystery Dungeon tackled the daunting task of making roguelikes friendly.
HISTORY OF RPGS | Inside Ultima 4 and Wasteland, two critical attempts to bring meaning to the genre of RPGs.
HISTORY OF RPGS | A survey of the innovative RPGs to emerge in Loto's wake.
The scientific name for Pokemon wood carvings is "Oakemon."
"Wild Azmodan was caught! Your existence is now forfeit!"
Burger King's Pokemon cards from 1999 look kind of nice and they're fun to remember, but they're barely worth the cost of a milkshake.