Yesterday, Nintendo announced they were discontinuing production of the NES Classic within North America. With demand high, I was curious to see how things were playing out on eBay. Turns out, it’s a lot like when Michael Jackson died.
Why does this exist? I don't know. What I do know is that I can't stop watching.
At this year's Tokyo Game Show, there will be around 40 PS Vita games. Forty. And the machine isn't even out! Some of the games have already been revealed. Some haven't.
Two years ago, Michael Jackson unexpectedly passed away. According to NME, Jackson's once debt-ridden estate is now making hundreds of millions ($300 million plus!) thanks to posthumous output like This Is It! and the game Michael Jackson: The Experience. [NME]
According to the bill of sale, this Game Boy was owned by Michael Jackson. He used it to court Macaulay Culkin. Culkin even set Tetris records on it. So $75 to call it your own is quite a steal!
In the Smooth Criminal video, Michael Jackson and his dancers do a cool lean move that defies gravity. Even Jackson, a brilliant dancer in his own right, couldn't do it without the help of special shoes. So why is game developer Ubisoft including it in its trailer for its game Michael Jackson: The Experience?
Know what was missing from survival horror game Resident Evil 5? Zombie Michael Jackson.
The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the Michael Jackson game - which are Move and Kinect compatible respectively - have been delayed into 2011. The DS, PSP and Wii versions will still be out in November. Shamon!
Video games have now given the society at least two things: 1) children with better hand-eye coordination and 2) the opportunity for people dressed as Chewbacca to dance to Michael Jackson. Updated with superior video.
Planet Michael is a massively multiplayer online game devoted to the music and life of the late Michael Jackson. No, this is not a joke.
Michael Jackson's estate wasn't too thrilled with the zombie King of Pop lookalike featured in Plants Vs. Zombies. Not wanting to be startin' something legally with Jackson's legal team, PopCap opted to drop that moonwalking zombie for something less litigious.
After more than a year spent dancing into our hearts and gardens, objections from the King of Pop's estate cause PopCap Games to replace the killer Michael Jackson lookalike in Plants Vs. Zombies.
The King of Pop Michael Jackson is no stranger to video games. Besides appearances in SEGA games like Space Channel 5 and Space Channel 5: Part 2, Jackson also had his own game Michael Jackson's Moonwalker. That's not all.
Last week, Sony shelled out US$200 million for for the rights to release 10 new posthumous Michael Jackson albums, DVDs and video games between now and 2017 reports The Independent.
In early 2009, popstar Michael Jackson was facing financial ruin. Part ownership of his Neverland Ranch was sold off, and 1,4000 personal artifacts were slated to be auctioned off. That auction never happened. A new one is, however.
This is, ahem, it. Sony Computer Entertainment Japan is releasing a new bundle with the Michael Jackson documentary This Is It.
Michael Jackson and SEGA had a long history with Jackson appearing in and working on SEGA games. But his connection to SEGA goes deeper — right down to Sonic's shoes.
Late pop star Michael Jackson had a fairly close relationship with Sega, lending his image to Space Channel 5 and Michael Jackson's Moonwalker. Jackson was also rumored to have contributed to Sonic the Hedgehog 3, a rumor now confirmed.