In 1998, the Sega Dreamcast changed the whole face of console and games design, but it was haunted by an unbeatable competitor The Dreamcast looked like nothing else out there. A lighter box than the black
It’s been 20 years since we fought our way from one end of the world to the other Video game creators have spent the last 20 years trying to fill players with the same sense of wonder they experienced
Robert Shafran’s first inkling that his life would soon be turned on its head occurred on his first day at college in upstate New York in 1980. His fellow students greeted him like a long-lost friend.
Nintendo’s desperate move was more influential than it intended Things weren’t looking so bright for Nintendo back in 2004. The company’s latest console, GameCube, had failed to make any real headway Sony’s
I've saved nearly $270,000 at age 28, and I'm convinced the key to growing your net worth is spending less on 3 things
Last year, I vacationed to Alaska, Florida, Colorado, New Orleans, and San Francisco. Plus ski trips to Aspen, Colorado, and Whistler, Canada. More than I'd like to admit, I also spent aimlessly on concerts
nintendolife.com - Ryan’s that annoying kind of guy in multiplayer games - you know the one, the kind of person that throws a temper tantrum if he can’t be Yoshi in Mario Kart or gets stuck with the controller with the dodgy button. Yeah, that kind.
I was getting on the D.C. Metro one day when I saw a young woman do something that caught my eye. She noticed that her beau was on the train and she plowed right through the crowded train to get to him.
It's the 30th anniversary of the action classic Die Hard--which is the greatest Christmas movie of all time, no matter what Bruce Willis says--and to celebrate, Fox took journalists on a tour of the real
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