"Super Mario Sunshine" didn't cause a splash at release, but it transformed the careers of Nintendo's brightest designers.
Space gasman Ed is called upon by the mayor to fix a gas leak created by Lord Gasideous to dominate the denizens of their city — and yes, this is as weird and perfect as it sounds.
In the upcoming "Mario" game, the stubby plumber visits "New Donk City," a metropolis populated by normally-proportioned people. Tim Rogers asked the people of New York what they think.
It's the cartography of our digital past!
Zane's an explorer who roams the universe in his giant, bipedal "PROBOID." He's got access to an emergency chat line. Unfortunately, so do some other folks.
If he’s playing while I’m working in the next room, I’m treated to a running commentary delivered in single shouted sentences as he finds things that are wonderful and is killed by things he doesn’t understand.
As she neared 24 straight hours of playing Dead Space, Kaitlyn Richelle watched in shock as a $250 donation flashed across her screen. "That’s the goal," she shouted. "That’s the tuition."
Since 2015, pannenkoek2012's extremely detailed videos about "Super Mario 64" have become notorious.
Hardware developer Gamevice filed a lawsuit against Nintendo earlier this week, claiming that the design of the Nintendo Switch is too similar to its own products, and that it infringes on a patent that it holds.
Super gamer YT Sunny says when he found the level it had a clear rate of 1 out of 93,848 attempts. Now, you can make that 2.
In real life, people leave the bustle of city life for the country all the time. Turns out, that phenomenon happens even in digital places like "GTA Online", too.
Some of the bot’s maneuvers looked eerily human.
"Minecraft" is already a game entirely made of blocks. But what if it was... blockier?
Tic tac toe, checkers, chess, go, poker. Artificial intelligence rolled over each of these games like a relentless tide. Now Google’s DeepMind is taking on the multiplayer space-war videogame "StarCraft II."
Is it fair to judge Valve for announcing a "Dota" related game at a "Dota" event? Maybe not, but this audience has at least 3 good reasons to be upset.
Maple the golden retriever dons her very best Link costume and lets her owner serenade her with classical guitar.
Chances are few outside of China have heard of NetEase Inc., though it makes more money from games than Nintendo Co.
IGE used low-wage Chinese workers to amass virtual goods, then sold those goods to wealthier gamers for real cash. Company employees posed as random U.S. residents and took other steps to shield their
"Sonic Mania" captured the internet’s attention not only for being a 2D throwback, but for its fan partnership.
In the days before character design was immediately impressive — or even coherent — enough to sell the game, how exactly should you advertise these things?
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