Today Kotaku brought it to our attention that Nintendo is deleting players stages for a variety of reasons, including being unpopular.
The TurboGrafx-16 is a home video game console that was joint developed by Hudson Soft and NEC. It released in Japan on 10/30/1987, in North America on 8/29/1989, and in France on 11/22/1989.
If your a modern day gamer, then I don’t have to remind you of the phenomenal year 2015 was in gaming.
The next exciting chapter in the Dragon’s Dogma franchise delivering a huge brand new area, missions, enemies and more, plus all of the content from the original game.
CEO Bobby Kotick of Activision claimed he wanted to build the ESPN of gaming, but it looks like ESPN wanted to build it also, and did.
In 2015 Kickstarter raised $144,407,094 for Gaming. Video Games raised $46,117,705, while Tabletop Games raised $88,916,039.
Metroid: Zero Mission is joining the Wii U eShop virtual console library in North America today for $7.99.
Pocket Mortys is a Pocket Monster type, Pokemon-like mobile game, based on Adult Swim’s hit comedy animated program Rick and Morty, available on Android and IOS devices today. As a bonus it even released a day ahead of schedule. Pocket Mortys is free, but of course supported by microtransactions. The goal is to build a […]
The Nintendo Entertainment System is an 8-bit home video game console that was developed and manufactured by Nintendo. It was initially released in Japan as the Family Computer
From the developer behind the Civilization series, XCOM is an award-winning, deeply engrossing strategy game.
The world’s first 4-Player Cooperative “Metroidvania” Video Game, inspired by Nostalgic hits from the early 90’s! Explore the world of Endica with three of your friends in a 4-Player Retro Styled Game featuring elements from multiple genres combined into one!