Yes, it's a new 2D Zelda, but can Nintendo get back in gear after twenty years of 3D?
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We all know that tropes of women exist in video games. What we need to think about is why.
Yeah, the most recognizable video game theme song ever bleeped out actually has lyrics.
Nintendo just announced two new installments to the long-running franchise. Will this be its much-needed evolutionary step?
It's an important piece of surgery that every retro gamer needs to know how to do.
What the recently released Wii U could mean for the beleaguered gaming giant.
I recently bought a Super Nintendo and the ultimate Super Mario All-Stars (the one with Super Mario World built in). Luckily I found a pretty clean system, so I haven't had any issues with dust or any problems playing my meager collections of games.
That Nintendo Wii you got for your birthday sure is fun. But it's also built with the spoils of one of the deadliest wars the world has ever seen. Historically, "conflict minerals" like coltan, tin, tantalum and tungsten, which are pulled from mines
I’m really hoping to be dead and rotting by the time humanity gets sucked into the matrix. I can faintly hear the sound of ad men and bureaucrats salivating waterfalls over technology that can mind-read your dreams and contact lenses that “double as…
If you're a fan of consumer tech and gadgets, you've probably already come to know China as that magical place where patents practically don't exist, and counterfeit electronics are the rule of the day. From sprawling urban marketplaces in Hong Kong
_After Price Cuts & Peripherals, A Grim Outlook For Nintendo's 3-Dimensional Safari._ Despite having the benefit of a loyal fanbase and the currents of a 3D retro revival blowing at their back, Nintendo's latest handheld, the 3DS, is looking like
h4. While most kids’ parents limit their children’s time playing video games, my Dad did the opposite. That is because my dad is Howard Phillips, Nintendo’s former spokesperson and creative director, known better to first-generation Nintendo player…
Ones and Zeros: TheSkyNet Wants Your Spare CPU Cycles, USDA Beefs Up Meat Safety, Don't Geolocate Me, Bro
h3. One: Don’t "geolocate me, bro":http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/13/opinion/protect-our-right-to-anonymity.html?_r=1&ref=opinion (NYTimes) h3. Zero: But what about "white lies?":http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-14900800 (BBC) h3…