Hey, I Remember That!
By Evan Doll | Childhood memories from the '80s and '90s.
Remember the 1980s? Everyone had big hair and cassette players and a bunch of stuff I can't properly reference because I wasn't born yet. Anyway, …Nintendo
<b>The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutras community.<br>The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of</b> …Game Programming
Even at 1080p, we don't have a clean 2x scale we can round down to. If I could go back in time I definitely would have picked something easier to …
<b>The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutras community.<br>The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of</b> …Metroid
Final Fantasy II for the Super NES is one of my all-time favorite games. I remember often wondering what the Japanese version of the game was like – …Final Fantasy
There was a time when video games, much like the tiny computers that powered them, seemed like a passing fad. In the late seventies, millions of young people flocked to arcades for all the flashing colors and fantastical worlds, for unprecedented feelings of authorship and control. To skeptics, …Gaming
Ever felt that the limited edition consoles out there are a bit dull? Over the last few years console modder <b>Vadu Amka</b> has been giving the likes of …
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Time flies. Years that seem recent can quickly become buried in the past, and if you tune out for a second, you can quickly find yourself standing in …
Welcome to Back to the Future day. On 21 October 2015 we will finally be at the point in time to which Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) travels in Back to the Future II, the 1989 sequel to the time-travelling classic.<p>The future he finds is one which has captured the imagination of millions – and one …Back to the Future
<i>Welcome to the</i><i>Music Roundtable, a blatant rip-off of TV Club’s</i> <i>TV Roundtable feature</i><i>. Here, music writers and fans discuss recent reissues, hot new releases, or just records we like. This time, we’re talking about the newly remastered reissue of Dave Matthews Band’s 1994 breakthrough,</i> Under The …Dave Matthews Band
<i>Special Topics In Gameology is an in-depth look at a specific corner of the gaming world in miniseries form. For this edition of the feature—Empty Spaces—we’re examining games’ most fascinating realms of desolation.</i><p>“Sabishii” is how Hironobu Sakaguchi described the type of game he wanted to make …Final Fantasy
R.A. Montgomery, author and publisher of the <i>Choose Your Own Adventure</i> children’s book series, has died at age 78 at his home in Vermont.<p>Raymond Almiran Montgomery graduated from Williams College and attended Yale Divinity School. After being dismissed from Yale for truancy, he began working on …Choose Your Own Adventure
A great way to take a trip back in time.<p>By Justin Rubio<p>The introduction of the Game Boy Advance marked a new generation of gaming handhelds for …Gaming
I’d buy a book that consisted only of George Price’s drawings of television sets. Looking at these is a reminder that televisions used to be interesting to look at (and draw).
I’d buy a book that consisted only of George Price’s drawings of television sets. Looking at these is a reminder that televisions used to be …
Towards the end of his life, Bob Hoskins granted an interview to the Guardian in which he was asked to name the worst job he’d ever done, his biggest disappointment, and the one thing he would change if given the opportunity to edit his past. To all three questions, he replied simply, “Super Mario …Super Mario
We all know that Japan does “small” well. Whether it’s microtechnology, tiny houses or bonsai, the Japanese are known for their dexterity and being …Nintendo