Aspyr says a "remedy for this loophole is now in the works" and will come out soon.
You're wrong about Super Mario 64, you're wrong about Super Mario 3D World, but most of all, you're wrong about Super Mario Sunshine.
In bringing the oft-overlooked N64 entry to new systems, Bethesda, id, and Nightdive have canonized its story.
Shapiro chats with USgamer about the return of Half-Life and another "blast from the past" game project that's on the way.
Whether made available because of the coronavirus pandemic or not, here are some free games you can enjoy in the coming days.
The less famous stories, movies, and games that filled in the gaps of Final Fantasy 7's lore.
Don't call it a replicant, though.
Chrono Trigger's detailed endings are an example of how it does everything right.
We talk to game preservation experts about what's been preserved, what's been squirreled away, and what's already been lost.
"Just licensed 5 new songs to [the] Tony Hawk 2020 game."
You'll be reliving Tiberian Dawn, Red Alert, and more in 4K come June.
The lamentations of a tragic guitar player.
He says he's already working with a university museum on exhibiting the unit next year.
That's around $380,000 after fees and still a record, but it looks like high-spender interest really peaked weeks ago.
There's no word on how long the delay might be.
A lost archive from the Westwood era will see the light of day.
He doesn't know about any plans for the series, though.
Why the highest-selling console of all time is also the best.
This mobile game is hair-raising as a handheld experience.
Though the controller's probably a better option.
It was delisted back in August, but you can't keep Scrooge McDuck down—he bounces too much.
A millionaire game enthusiast is bankrolling this latest preservation effort.
A promotional video tape reveals an important bit of Ocarina of Time's history.
There's a Mega Man Zero character who's a treasure trove of lore and timeline links. Stay a while and listen.
The developer of the infamous series of inputs reportedly died yesterday.
Bub and Bob are crossing the Atlantic in March.
If video games are a chaotic digital sea, narrative and endings are its lighthouses.
How smack talk and superheroes created a scene that can't seem to be replicated.
Seeing the game playable again is a good time to reflect on the strife that bore it.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | On Valentine's Day, we want to hear who you don't ship.
Oculus' founder Palmer Luckey is one of the deep-pocketed bidders.
That's a big price tag for a beige bit of history.
After all the hype and controversy, Sonic serves up a perfectly competent video game adaptation.
Bees, boats, and tennis.
Will it star a Kougra whose owner hasn't fed it in 18 years?
Vagrant Story is a great game, but it shouldn't be excused from hard-hitting questions.
Oh, what could have been.
It's Mewtwo's birthday, and the least we can do is remember to be excellent to each other.
Puyo Puyo and Knuckles.
In spite of its awkward shortcomings, it seems Nintendo's cool now with a Virtual Boy joke or two.
A Link Between Many, Many Worlds
Sadly, western audiences are denied the peaceful resolution X and Zero fought for.
It's time for some Mahvel.
Nintendo's hand-drawn Mario art is a real mood-booster, and someone just uploaded a ton of it.
When it comes to video game discourse, everything old is forever new.
The brand is strong, but it could be stronger.
You shouldn't set your expectations high for a sequel, though.
Totally unbreakable. Totally insurmountable. Totally Master Lock.
The fun is back, oh yes-sir-ee, it's a chain of hotels from A-tar-i!
There weren't any car chases, but it's still a harrowing tale.
"We had to be clear in what Nintendo as a brand stood for."
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Pew Pew.
It's no "City Escape," but it's alright.
My Butt is worldwide.
Valve's 1998 classic is enjoying a temporary popularity boost.
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.
We hope so too, Ito.
Orre should not exist. It is a monument to man's arrogance.
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.
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