Sega's 16bit machine set a whole bunch of precedents that the games world is still following.
If you're looking for an escape from familial bonding over the next couple of days, these are the worlds you should immerse yourself in.
Terry Davis, a schizophrenic programmer, spent ten years building an operating system in order to talk to God.
"I am Uber. I can see my thousands of cars. I don't know if I am an extension of them or they are an extension of me."
Here are five reasons gamers tend to put their controllers down and move on to the next item on their to-play lists?
Lightning never strikes the same place twice, until it does, and you're in a rocket to the moon.
Advanced Warfare has been out in the wild for a little while now, but can this year's offering win over those who feel that the series has grown tired and turgid?
Snapcash, Snapchat's new in-app payment system, could encourage its already thriving amateur porn subculture.
It's cute and cuddly, but it also gives your brain a workout: LBP3 is an excellent addition to a well acclaimed series.
Today, Motherboard launched a science fiction short story series called Terraform. They've published four pieces so far, including writing by Cory Doctorow and this story by futurist Bruce Sterling about Ukrainian hackers.
Welcome to the "Extreme Truck," a traveling Army recruitment tool loaded with video games and TV screens that's used to get the youth of today excited about signing up for the military-industrial complex.
The process may be imperfect, but according to a new study, it's not totally worthless.
Not only will these machines allow astronauts some variety in their diets, they'll get access to living, green, growing life in space stations that sorely need it.
For the next several months, as new iterations take over both the 3DS and Wii U, Super Smash Bros. is likely to become the reason your social life shifts from a bar stool to a sofa. Here's how not to embarrass yourself in the process.
Gone are the days of macho virtual meatheads. Now, male video game protagonists are far more likely to be sensitive, suffering souls.
In the wake of Gamergate, Twitter is partnering with a nonprofit organization to handle gendered abuse. But is that enough?
I had long ago given up on "Final Fantasy XV." But now it's back again, seemingly for real this time, and with the latest gameplay trailer to come out of this year's Tokyo Game Show, it's looking—dare I say—kind of alright, actually.
Long-term, this bust makes no difference. A new .onion website will be online in a few days, selling drugs to anyone who wants them. In fact, there are dozens already.
An inside look at the Master Clock, the hidden instrument behind America's dominion over the world's time.
A Facebook group that's all about sharing quirky Wikipedia articles and fun factoids is also a seething conflict zone rife with furious arguments and ban-happy moderators.
A pair of Dutch ad-agency creatives have developed a four-minute horror movie designed exclusively for the future-of-virtual-reality device.
In Los Angeles, I pay ten times as much for internet that's half as slow as it is in Seoul. That's pretty grim, considering how much time I spend on the web.
Every year, millions of migrants hire smugglers to transport them across borders. Like the drug trade, this market is notoriously violent, so could a crypto-market designed to match illegal migrants with smugglers make the experience safer?
Joey van Koningsbruggen has his own warehouse and seven full-time employees.