Ever since the release of Pokémon Yellow in the States, Mother’s Day always reminds me of the poor, unfortunate Cubone, who wears the skull of its deceased mother on its head and cries at the moon.
(Originally published May 11, 2008) May 1st 1980 I came home from school to find my mother waiting there for me, a giddy smile on her lips. She always loved birthdays. Back then we were living in an apartment, my younger sister and I sharing one room, my older brother and sister sometimes sharing another, and…
We hope your mother has enjoyed her Mother's Day so far, and if you're a mother, that you have as well. In the spirit of the day, Bethesda offers this video of one of Dishonored's developers explaining to his mom what he does for a living.
Mother's Day is this weekend, and so the commercials for flowers and jewelry and Hallmark cards are incessant and overwhelming. But this year, for a gift, I did exactly what I did last May: I went to Amazon and I ordered my mom a new video game.
Activision picked a rather awkward game to help remind players that Mother's Day is this Sunday, May 8. I guess they are trying to say make your mother happy this Sunday, or consume her later and experience her disappointment first-hand.
More than 2,000 PixelBlocks went into this Mother Brain, which PhotoBucket user Silvernite8 created in honor of Mother's Day. Because this is what moms find so adorable.
Mothers have it tough in video games – they get killed off, turned evil, or their children leave the nest to save the world. And their kids probably don't call home often enough.
I know a lot of you have memories of your mom surprising you for the holidays or your birthday with a game or, better yet, a console, or a birthday party at the local arcade or mini-golf. That's one of the best things about moms, when you're a kid; when they come out of nowhere, without a word of begging, pleading or…