The lights are on
Life is like a hurricane, and we'll be revisiting Duckburg.
A motivated group on the Sonic Retro Forums has painstakingly ported the cancelled, unfinished Sega Saturn 3D Sonic title Sonic X-Treme to PC so it can be played on modern machines.
Video games make parkour look easy. This video reminds us that it isn't (and you might look silly while you hurt yourself).
NECA showed off its upcoming line-up of action figures which includes some new Sackboy action figures and some popular Blizzard characters.
There's a new Power Rangers movie coming, and it will have a hard time topping this fan film.
You can rent a trailer of video game equipment to come to your house.
The Final Symphony album features orchestrated renditions of songs from Final Fantasy VI, VII, and X performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.
The New Archie Comics Worlds Unite crossover event features characters beyond just Sonic and Mega Man.
Game Freak, the developer behind Pokémon, actually began its life as a self-published video game magazine.
We'll have to wait until tomorrow to learn what the Academy thinks are
the best films and performances of last year, but Nintendo has shared
some of it own bizarre awards today. Unfortunately, The Lego Movie was still snubbed.
You know that clapping animation that Super Smash Bros. characters perform when they lose? Imagine if you could hear every bitter sound effect.
Did you know that many of the
guns featured in the game are actually based on existing concepts from
the Victorian era?