Sonic | SAN FRANCISCO: A Sega of America exec posed with Mayor Willie Brown at Sega's then new headquarters back in 1999. (Photo: AP Photo/Court Mast, ho)
While there's still scope for slight delays, Nintendo has tonight eased fears of a drastically staggered release of the Wii U by confirming the new console will be out in all four major territories by Christmas.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has told Reuters that the Wii U would be out in the US,... More »
Today in Osaka, Nintendo released its revised forecast for this financial year. Things are not good.
"We had higher expectations for the year-end season, but failed to meet them," Nintendo Satoru Iwata said today (via Reuters). More »
Earlier this year, Raptr ran a competition where famed case modder Brian Carter would produce a custom PC based on either Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 or Battlefield 3. More »
If you think being married to people is hard, try being married to a cardboard person. And then globetrotting around with your better half. Your better cardboard half, that is. More »
Mr. N fell in love with Namco's space shooter Xevious. On his job application, Mr. N wrote that from the moment he played Xevious as a junior high school student, he knew he wanted to make games. More »
So, we've heard from a source that the next Xbox may feature some kind of anti-used games technology. When you first read that, your first instinct was probably to think it's either bullshit or the worst idea a video game company has ever had.
It is, I believe, neither.
In fact, if it ends up being... More »
Earlier today, the makers of mobile gaming blockbuster Tiny Tower published the kind of open letter loved by video gaming's instantly and constantly angry fuck-the-man constituency, not least because it can be disseminated by imgur. More »
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