Crackdown on ROM sites and emulators could spell an existential threat to retro gaming.
It’s really easy to emulate the PlayStation on an SNES Classic, a PC, or an Xbox One.
The popular racing game will be unavailable through Microsoft’s digital distribution platform after September 30, leaving the job of preservation to hobbyists.
The damage that removing ROMs from the internet could do to video games as a whole is catastrophic.
An obsolete memory card from the 90s made Mario’s foray into photoshopping inaccessible until now.
The company argued the emulator's mere existence infringed on their copyright, but Patreon pushed back.
Hackers have unlocked a game Iwata worked on by performing a hand gesture.
Baby Luigi was meant to be supersampled.
You can’t buy it, but you could DIY it.
Sega claimed they had no choice to use Unity, but there's controversy around that position.
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.