Back in Action
'Metroid: Samus Returns' Is the Nintendo Remake We Need
Nintendo dug deep into its archives to resurrect a Game Boy classic.
nothing is real
Developers Are Already Impressed With Apple's Augmented Reality Software
"It tends to just work."
Reaching Into The Past
Why Developers Are Still Making PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Games
Disney's 'Cars 3' shows developers aren't quite finished making games for previous generation consoles.
Pixar Worked Really Hard on the Mud in 'Cars 3'
It takes a lot of effort to look this messy.
King of Iron Fist
'Tekken 7' Celebrates Ethnicities And Martial Arts from Around the World
Soon, every player will have a hometown hero.
How 'Injustice 2' Advances the Visual Design of Its Female Characters
Are we scratching our way out of the uncanny valley?
Taking Our Jobs
Why Screenwriters Rebelled Against the 'Dystopian Future' of AI-Evaluated Scripts
"You can't quantify a Daniel Day-Lewis performance when you enter a script into this software."
90s Nostalgia Sells So Well Because We're Chasing Fleeting Happiness
Nostalgia is both fuzzy and insanely lucrative.
Turn Back The Clock
The 'Disney Afternoon Collection' Lets Players 'Rewind' Their Mistakes
This collection of 8-bit classics is designed to be easier than you remember.
There's More to the Bears of Olympic Game Farm Than Funny Viral Videos
Adorable, but deadly.
Follow The Money
Nintendo Hackers Told Us $20,000 Bug Bounties Aren't Going to Stop Piracy
Nintendo is offering up to $20,000 to white hat hackers who report critical vulnerabilities that could be used to hack its new Switch console.
Pour One Out
Mad Catz Couldn't Change Quickly Enough to Save Itself
The gaming hardware designer, known for both cheap and state-of-the-art peripherals, takes a final bow.