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  • Blog Post: See Super Mario 64's Bob-omb Battlefield Stage Created In Lego

    A recent piece from Lego artist Matt De Lanoy recreates Super Mario 64's Bob-omb Battlefield stage entirely in Lego bricks. You can check out a large view of the piece above, but you will also find plenty of other pictures of Lego Bob-omb Battlefield by checking out De Lanoy's Flickr page . There's... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Record-Setting 18:10 Zelda: Ocarina Of Time Speedrun With Commentary

    Recently, speedrunner Cosmo set a new speed record for beating The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time at any percentage, and he has released a video commentating the run. The record was set about two weeks ago and you can check out the original Twitch stream by heading here . Since setting the record of... More
  • Blog Post: Twitch Still Playing Pokémon, Adds Pokémon Stadium Gambling Component

    Twitch Plays Pokémon , the live streamed community controlled Pokémon game, is still going strong having made its way to Platinum, and it has added a new wrinkle. Along with the typical Twitch Plays Pokémon gameplay we've come to appreciate (the community is about 20 hours into... More
  • Blog Post: Duo Streaming On Twitch Plays And Defeats Super Mario 64 Blindfolded

    Twitch streaming channel 62bitgaming recently took on the strange task of playing through Super Mario 64 while blindfolded.[Example] With one blindfolded player manning the controller and another offering directions, the two were able to make it through the game in six hours. You can check out the full... More
  • Blog Post: Learn Why Bruce Willis Was Used In Early Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Builds In Informational Video

    The folks over at Did You Know Gaming have put together a new video covering the early history of the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series. The video covers the development of the first game, which was built using a modified version of the engine of Neversoft's previous game, Apocalypse, which starred... More
  • Blog Post: Former Rare Composer Says Banjo-Kazooie Spiritual Successor Is Dead

    Awhile back former Rare composer, Grant Kirkhope (Banjo Kazooie, GoldenEye 007), said he hoped former Rare employees would start work on a spiritual follow-up to the Banjo Kazooie series. Today, Kirkhope confirmed the project’s early demise. Reddit user Twisty_Tie asked Kirkhope about the likelihood... More
  • Blog Post: Learn About The Harvest Moon Series In This Informational Video

    Learn how the original Harvest Moon almost didn't reach the finish line, and the game's original title in this informational video. In the latest video from Did You Know Gaming, a website and YouTube channel that specializes in obscure video games facts, the Harvest Moon series gets detailed... More
  • Blog Post: Fan Shows Work-In-Progress Super Mario 64 Remake

    It's early, but this video shows a fan-made Super Mario 64 remake in its early stages. You won't see familiar levels, or characters outside of Mario himself, but you get a pretty good idea of what the creator, who goes by @Aryoksini on Twitter, is going for. You can also check out his Twitch... More
  • Blog Post: Handy Graphic Shows Video Game Console Cost Adjusted For Inflation Up To Current-Gen

    Video games are an expensive hobby, and while it might not appear to be true – considering current prices – in general, the cost of playing video games has gone down over the years. You'll see the chart below, which was posted on reddit last month by user Auir2blaze . It puts into perspective... More
  • Blog Post: Majora's Mask Illustration Offers An Original Take On Skull Kid

    An artist going by the name The Vague Parade has lent their very distinct style to Majora's Mask. You can see more of their work, as well as a larger version of the piece seen above, by heading to The Vague Parade's blog . Most of the work featured on the site is completely original with the... More
  • Blog Post: Animation Recounts The History Of Nintendo's Controllers

    Animator Chris Koelsch has posted an impressive animation online of the history of Nintendo's controllers. Maybe it's kind of silly that Nintendo drastically redesigns its controllers for each new console, but can you imagine how boring a PlayStation animation of a similar nature would be? This... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Animated History Of Nintendo's Consoles

    Animators Anthony Veloso and Quentin Dron left out the Virtual Boy, but it doesn't mean their animated history of Nintendo isn't worth checking out. I particularly like the end with all of the Nintendo logos re-imagined using the logos of Nintendo's biggest franchises. [via Reddit ] More
  • Blog Post: Pre-Starfox Adventure Dinosaur Planet Footage Appears Online

    Before Starfox Adventure became a game starring Fox McCloud and pals, it was a Nintendo 64 game called Dinosaur Planet that starred an anthropomorphic fox on a planet of dinosaurs. Recently, some long-lost footage from that version of the game appeared online. There is just under an hour of footage below... More
  • Blog Post: The N64 Turns 15 Today: Share Your Memories

    Today in 1996, Nintendo released the Nintendo 64 in North America. Let's all take a minute to think back on some of our favorite N64 memories. The system was the home to many all-time classics, including The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Super Smash Bros., GoldenEye 007 and -- most importantly... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Glover

    We've accrued a lot of Replay requests since we started the series almost a year ago. Many ask us to revisit classic games like Super Metroid or Mario 64, but sometimes fervent fans ask for something less revered...like Glover. Join Dan Ryckert, Phil Kollar, Annette Gonzalez, and I as we take a look... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Conker's Bad Fur Day

    After playing classics like Donkey Kong Country, GoldenEye 007, and Banjo Kazooie, I was prepared to follow Rare to the end. I bought 2001's Conker's Bad Fur Day for the Nintendo 64 on blind faith alone. I went in expecting another solid platforming experiences, which the developer was known... More
  • Blog Post: Replay – Castlevania 64

    I enjoyed Castlevania 64 for what it was when I was younger. Plugging back in this Nintendo 64 cartridge has proven that age has not been kind to the Castlevania series' first foray into 3D. How many times do we die? How far do we make it into the game? Find out the embarrassing answers to these... More
  • Blog Post: Resident Evil: Revelations Screens Elevate The Action

    Capcom is pushing their heavy hitters this morning, announcing new handheld additions to both the Resident Evil and Mega Man franchises. Not to neglect other works in progress, Capcom also released a handful of new Resident Evil: Revelations screens. The media below highlights both Chris and Jill in... More
  • Blog Post: The Creepiest Majora's Mask Story You'll Ever Read

    Last month, you may remember, I stumbled onto a delightfully disturbing, probably fake story involving a hacked Pokémon cartridge. This weekend, I found a weird, hacked video game story that's somehow even creepier, this time involving a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask found... More
  • Blog Post: Cave Story Comes To WiiWare On March 22

    The Nintendo Q1 Media Summit brings the news that this long-awaited downloadable game will finally be releasing late next month. Cave Story originally released in 2004 as a freeware PC title in Japan, and was the work of a single designer, Daisuke Amaya, also known as Pixel. The PC indie game later received... More
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