If you've ever felt the need to consult an FAQ for an older game that you could once finish with your eyes closed, maybe you've just grown soft from the hand-holding of this generation of games.
The Nintendo Entertainment System, now nearly 30 years old, is not just a platform for fueling misty-eyed nostalgia. Gamers also embracing a growing homebrew scene that's resulting in new physical releases for the aging, but far from dead, gray box.
The cartographers at City Prints in Atlanta charted the digital topography of several classic video games.
Another enterprising gamer has modified a classic title to reverse gender roles. This time, it's The Legend of Zelda.
Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto talks violence in video games.
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Microtransactions are creeping out of Facebook and into top-tier console franchises. Our bribe-proof panel of game characters weighs in on whether that's a good thing, a bad thing, or just a thing.
Here's an analysis of one of gaming's most fearsome villains, Ganondorf — from his ancient origin to his downfall.
Shiro Games CEO Sebastien Vidal explains the challenge -- and quirkiness -- of fitting a whole genre's evolution in a single game.
Nintendo talked about the Zelda it has in development and how it wants to do things differently this time.
Jetpack Joyride applies almost a decade's worth of game psychology to create an addicting experience.
Developers weigh in on how Nintendo's best games could be made better with the Wii U's GamePad.
Zelda II looks a little out of place next to its brothers. Check out these visual comparisons.
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The Zelda-inspired graphic novella Second Quest completes its funding on Kickstarter.
Guest Post Kids today don't associate Nintendo with gaming -- they're more likely to know the Angry Birds than Mario or Link. Nintendo needs to follow the examples of the WWE and Disney to remain relevant to other generations.
The Wii U uses a button-style battery to power its internal clock, and Nintendo made it easy to replace.
Navigate to ShigeruMiyamoto.com and you will be redirected to Nintendo's official website.
See costumes featuring characters from The Legend of Zelda, Borderlands 2, Final Fantasy, Batman, and more from the New York Comic Con.
Editor's Pick Mark Kaufman and Eric Hauntemont are veteran venture capitalists in the tech world. In 2002, they decided to get out of that fast-paced life and start developing board games. No, seriously.