A niche community of heroes keeps the crude hacker spirit alive in Mario.
Sometimes, you do things just because you can. And because it's super cool.
Retro game hackers have outdone themselves.
The product of a talented programmer who designed a hit shareware game while he was still in high school, NESticle was so good that everyone looked past the fact its name was basically a dick joke.
With a SNES micro-console strongly rumored to be in production for this year’s holiday season, what games do we want to see on it?
This collection of 8-bit classics is designed to be easier than you remember.
If you wanted to play the events of the movie, you had two main choices—and neither of them was really “right”.
"Reproduction Cartridges" seem like mere hacks at first glance, but to achieve quality, there's a lot of work involved.
Riddle me this, riddle me that, why was this SNES game such crap?
It's coming soon, and its developer claims you won't need a jailbroken iPhone.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get A re-animation on an SNES game.
Because Nintendo doesn’t understand it achieved perfection in 1990.