'Kali Plays Chrono Trigger,' Today's Comics by Kali Fontecchio
A girl fantasizes about what it would be like to be the main character's love interest in one of her favorite video games.
'ActRaiser’ Was More Than an SNES Classic, It Was a Leap of Faith
A one-of-a-kind 16-bit adventure led a push toward meaningful topics in the Nintendo era.
The Analogue Super NT Is the Best Way to Play Super Nintendo Games
Analogue’s high-end variation on the Super NES comes with a cheaper price tag than its NES predecessor and a design meant for 4K TVs.
'Street Fighter 2' Is Back, Sold out, Might Set Your SNES on Fire
M. Bison says: “Only (shor)yuken prevent SNES fires.”
Episode 15 of the Waypoint UK Podcast is a Sega vs Nintendo Showdown
It’s 2017, so obviously we’re talking about which was better: the Super Nintendo or the Sega Mega Drive.
Mario Tennis Is the Best Kind of Tennis
It’s Wimbledon, so here’s a little love letter to the best virtual version of the famous racquet sport.
You Can Keep Your Crash Bandicoot—When’s the Earthworm Jim Comeback?
Of all the 1990s gaming characters I remember, it’s the Super Suited wriggler I most want to see revived.
Why I Pre-Ordered the SNES Mini, Even Though I Hate Pre-Orders
With supplies already dried up, I maybe made the right choice—but I don't feel particularly good about it.
The SNES Mini Is Real, Includes ‘Star Fox 2,’ and Is Out in September
The previously rumored 16-bit mini-console features 21 games and, look, just hold me right now, okay?
Why 'Super Mario Maker' Didn’t Kill the Mario Hacking Community
A niche community of heroes keeps the crude hacker spirit alive in Mario.
Waypoint Staffers Select Their Super Nintendo Mini Essentials
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?
'Sonic 2' Becomes 'Yoshi’s Island' in Best, Least Sexy Mod in Ages
Recently uncovered hacking contest submission is sure to kill an afternoon.