Vice Guide to Right Now
We Finally Know Why Garfield Phones Washed Up on French Beaches for 30 Years
Since the 1980s hundreds of phones featuring the likeness of our favorite Monday-hatin’ cat washed up in France and no one knew why.
Why Does HAL Laboratory Only Make Nintendo Games?
Once upon a time, the studio behind Kirby and Super Smash Bros. was a publisher in its own right. Then 'Metal Slader Glory' happened.
I Miss How Weird Games Used to Be
The best part of retro games is how different they are from each other.
By Combining Christmas Gifts, My Brother Helped Me Fall in Love With Games
How the gift of an SNES marked the moment my brother and I started to walk our own paths.
Guide To Games
'Tecmo Super Bowl' Perfectly Blended Sports Simulation and Arcade Action
Also it had dope cutscenes.
Switch Appears to Contain Easter Egg Dedicated to Satoru Iwata’s Passing
Hackers have unlocked a game Iwata worked on by performing a hand gesture.
Before 'Paper Mario' There Was Cardboard Mario and Tabletop Zelda
Game researcher Nathan Altice looks at the fascinating history of NES board games.
This Game Boy-Style Adventure Is A Beautifully Simple Throwback
'Fairy Song' is a good bit of nostalgia tourism.
The Story of NESticle, the Ambitious Emulator That Redefined Retro Gaming
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.
We Discuss Telltale’s Technical Woes, Our Favorite Gaming Details on Waypoint Radio
You’ve come to the right place to hear about really detailed gun reloading animations.
Disney Afternoon Collection
Most NES-Era Games Don't Hold Up, But 'Disney Afternoon' Does
The compilation of early 90s Disney games holds up beautifully, with a welcome rewind button that takes away any NES-era sting.
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.