'Mortal Kombat' turns 25 today and its impact on the video game industry is as evident as ever. Only not in the ways you’d expect.
How a room full of guys and one joke created a big controversy and a video game that made nobody happy.
If you wanted to play the events of the movie, you had two main choices—and neither of them was really “right”.
An old SGI Indy computer that once belonged to Acclaim contains a "treasure trove" of vintage game assets.
The shooter that time forgot got a new release on Steam, and it’s great.
I've never been very good at things, but for one night in March 2015, I saw glory before me. I even touched it.