Consoles’ use of x86 chips will aid emulator development—unless Microsoft and Sony get better at locking down hardware.
Nintendo’s most difficult challenge yet is just staying relevant.
Even gaming legends are turning to crowdfunding as a way to get their next projects off the ground.
The Internet Response League wants to prove gamers can make Earth a better place, one click at a time.
Warren Spector will lead college program for aspiring game-development leaders.
The existence of Unity3D and similar products (such as the Unreal Engine and CryEngine) has helped democratize game development.
In addition to NES, SNES, and Genesis, the RetroN 5 will play cartridges from Famicom (the Japanese version of NES) and Game Boy Advance.
This latest edition of the mental-stimulation gaming franchise lacks the charm of its predecessors.
A blast-from-the-past mashup that would be worth paying for (if it wasn’t free).
Nintendo’s Wii U offers a handful of indie game titles that take full advantage of the new platform’s capabilities.