Time to see if the cuss-filled crime story holds up.
A resurfaced prototype for an N64 controller screen looks pretty familiar.
Bet it all on Green Team.
Super Mario Bros. 2 is a major part of Nintendo's history, but it seems scared to dish out relevant nostalgia.
Signs of life for a classic RPG?
On its 15th anniversary, we remember some of Resident Evil 4's scariest moments.
See the Nintendo plaque, $5. Touch the Nintendo plaque, $10.
Tetris' creator is excited to see his game flourish as a competitive experience.
Microsoft's attempts to win over Japanese gamers, and why it ultimately failed.
The PS5's new logo isn't groundbreaking, but there's value in sticking to what works.
Orre should not exist. It is a monument to man's arrogance.
We hope so too, Ito.
It's a week full of wonderful speedruns, and one mischievous goose.
It took years of searching and Scumm work.
More details on the VCS emerge as we approach its "early 2020" targeted release.
Thanks to ScummVM and GOG, Ray McCoy is back on the case.
We talk GTA Online's new games-within-a-game with Rockstar Games' online producer.
Bethesda says "hell yes" to bringing Final Doom to consoles.
Even the world's worst translation can't destroy a good yarn about slaying the Lord.
The music that defined a generation. Oh and Nirvana, I guess.
Crystalis is also on its way to the NES version of the service.
Turns out the PS2 memory card's quirks were other people's nightmares.
Remember the Vita? Jim Ryan does.
Bullet hells can be a little less punishing for some players.
It might literally be sitting in a file folder somewhere.
If you're shopping for someone who still finds beauty in cartridges and pixels, have we got a gift guide for you.
Aleste is making a comeback from the studio that made Sega Ages, the ReBirth series, and more.
Twenty-five years ago, Nintendo faced the threat of obsolescence with sheer bravado—and won.
Tracing the history of the iconic weapon from the Atari 2600 to the present, and all the ways that it's influenced gaming.
You'll probably come in last at whichever game you're playing, but you'll look good while losing.
What dates the hype for Halo 2 the most? The smartphone revolution.
Terry's entrance into Smash Bros. came with a lot of fanfare.
"At first, we found it amusing that Ed Bryan's bag is being used as serious 'evidence.'"
Maybe Blizzard's best days really are behind it.
"I can show you the world with some help from rewind."
The studio tweeted out a cavalcade of spooky references.
Airdorf's Faith series demonstrates how simple sprites can magnify a horror game's creepy atmosphere rather than detract from it.
Paradox tells us about how it's giving Crusader Kings 2 a proper sendoff in the months leading up to Crusader Kings 3.
Including Wii Sports was a "key decision."
The gaming community knew nothing in the '90s, and frankly, neither did a lot of publishers.
The higher-ups were initially "99.9 percent" against what became Street Fighter's revival.
Go retro or modern with a single keystroke.
The Fresh Prince collaborator was dazzled by his in-game cameo.
The VCS is more like an "open PC," but recent controversies and delays paint a grim picture. We ask Atari's head where it's headed.
Analogue's new device looks like a Game Boy Pocket but supports a lot more than Game Boy classics.
You can lie about "the one that got away," but your Game Boy knows the truth.
That's bonus Bubble Bobble bang for your buck.
New reports don't seem keen on the Ataribox's future.
The PS5 title could be the remake Bluepoint started working on after releasing 2018's Shadow of the Colossus.
In 1982, Kirby assisted with legal gorilla warfare.
Seems like you can just email him about it.
If you were into WoW from the start, chances are you've heard of or even used Joana's Leveling Guide.
A 30-year-old RPG that's aged to near-perfection.
Grandia is on track to become a little bit grander.
If there's enough interest shown, that is.
A creator and a pro sit down to talk blocking in fighting games.
It's a lot of fighting games, as you would imagine.
A once-glorious hardware tower, now in adorable pint-sized form.
Erdrick's violent kids are about to run rampant on your Switch.
The Blood God drops listeners in a time warp back to 1994.
An excerpt from the new book Arcade Perfect, following a programmer's daunting task with NBA Jam T.E.
One way Doom 64 differs from the original is that it's never officially been ported.
You can still spit seeds at your friends.
Why the Sega Dreamcast still resonates with game enthusiasts on its 20th anniversary.
For the Dreamcast's 20th anniversary in North America, we asked game developers about their favorite games from Sega's short-lived console.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | With Nintendo Switch Online boosting its library, tell us about your favorite SNES game.
Race 'em, fly 'em, stack 'em: Nintendo Switch Online's SNES library is off to a good start.
You'll need to wait until 2020 for those online lightsaber duels.
Don't tell your SNES Classic.
Kinda makes us wish mo-cap suit Tony was a secret costume.
Reexamining one of the most divisive games in the series on its 20th anniversary.
Nintendo tried its best to make the West love RPGs, but culture—and more importantly, timing—was against the attempt.
Be prepared for a whole new world.
More realms are coming, but gradually.
All that repressed Mega Man Zero agony just came bubbling to the surface, didn't it?
Earthbound's player guide is a great example of the effort publishers expended trying to make the West fall in love with RPGs.
The open-source project's new update also adds support for iOS and Android touchscreen light gun emulation.
Let's have a good clean fight, Mana fans.
He hints there "might be something."
Watch Dr. Robotnik scamper like in the good ol' days!
In just two weeks, Squall will be on the Switch.
The Console RPG Quest continues! Plus, our thoughts on Grandia HD and Witcher 3 on Switch!
"Ammo is behind the next door!"
That login screen should be fully optional now.
A remaster needs to give us the option to drop-kick Poshul into the sea, though.
Eiji Aonuma is slick, like a thief in the night.
Inti Creates boss would like you to know he's not working on it.
And the Switch would make a great fit for it.
Sorry U.S. fans, you'll have to wait a bit.
If you can't mix Super Mario Bros. with Billy Idol, then what's the point of life?
FCC filings point towards the Super Nintendo arriving on the Switch.
More remasters like Crash and Spyro's could be on the way.
The classic series goes portable very soon.
Kat and Nadia explores the noble RPG history of the Game Boy on its 30th anniversary.
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