Video game fans can be an entitled bunch. When they latch onto a popular series or genre it isn’t long before they begin demanding the next iteration meet certain criteria and levels of excellence. But game companies don’t always give fans what they want, and many times the most invested players can have a difficult…
We missed this earlier in the month, but the talented team behind the Dolphin emulator have done something very cool: they’ve got N64 games working on the GC/Wii emulator by running their virtual console versions.
Violence in games can be great—not to mention really powerful, as we recently discussed. What about the other side of the coin, though? The moments (or even entire games) when bloodshed stops and everyone shows their true colors? Let's sit back, get all deep, and talk about those.
Sure, taking photographs of spunky Pokemon in the wild using an Oculus Rift looks like a lot of fun—but we all know we can't mention Pokemon Snap without sighing about wanting a new game in the franchise.
Hey that's not the Mewtwo and the Cerulean Cave I remember from the Pokémon games. This—otherwise amazing—redesign by DeviantART artist arvalis is way more creepy.
Back in the days of the original Pokémon Snap, there were no filters to toy with. But if there was a modern Pokémon Snap game? Chances are, it would have a few Instagram-y options for all the Pokémon pictures we take, like in this video by The Warp Zone.
What happens when you turn Pokémon Snap into a dramatic movie full of hardship, triumph and betrayal? This video by GrittyReboots happens—and, as ridiculous as the concept sounds, they manage to make it work.
In PSP title Photo Kano, you are a high school student who recently got a camera. By building relationships with girls, you can take photos of them in a variety of different situation, including inevitable skimpy pics.
What do you call Nintendo 64 game Pokémon Snap with no Pokémon? Snap?