Gamers suing Nvidia over the GTX, a study showing why the PS4 is as popular as it is and Google's DeepMind takes gaming by storm. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Warning: You should grab a box of Kleenex before watching this animated Pokédex video, because Cubone's origin story probably the most depressing thing you'll experience this month. And if you don't cry, you're an emotionless monster.
According to a recent study, the PlayStation 4's popularity revolves around the console's mastery of high-resolution video output.
Nintendo has announced that they have a special Amiibo inbounds for Wii U owners eying a purchase of Mario Party 10. The Big 'N' will unleash a special golden Mario figurine that will be a retailer exclusive, starting March 20th, 2015.
Fighting games represent one of the most pure forms of gameplay, pitting two pugilists against one another with a set number of weapons in their arsenal. The player who can utilize that arsenal the best, wins. But while fighting games are still alive and kicking, there are a few series I wouldn't mind seeing make a triumphant return to the arena.
The Oscars aren't the only film awards being doled out this weekend. Nintendo has decided to get in on the fun by announcing their own film awards.
News surfaces about The Last Guardian, the Video Game Museum is announced, and The Order 1886 launches for the PS4. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
The Strong Museum of Play will open a World Video Game Hall of Fame this summer. They're now accepting nominations for the hall's inaugural class.
Pokemon Shuffle launched for the 3DS this week, bringing one of the first free-to-play titles to Nintendo’s portable console. But just because a game is free doesn't mean it's necessarily worth your time. In the case of Pokemon Shuffle, however, you might be pleasantly surprised.
It's likely that there will never be a live-action Star Fox film made within our lifetimes, but if there was it would probably look like this slightly terrifying, kind of funny and very silly re-imagined take on the classic series by the Nerdist.
This week, the folks over at CineFix released an NES-styled rendition of Brian De Palma's 1983 gangster flick, Scarface. The movie's most iconic scenes have been carefully recreated using the 8-bit aesthetic that Mario taught us to love. But pixilating a drug lord doesn't make him any less violent.
March is no longer in view for the launch of Slightly Mad Studios' Project CARS. The game has been delayed by a few weeks and will now launch on April 2nd, 2015 for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Sadly, there's still no release window in sight for the Wii U.
The latest Dragon Ball Z game hasn't even shipped yet and already we're getting word that another fighter based on the hugely popular series, Dragon Ball Z Super Extreme Butouden, is coming down the pipeline. What sets this new challenger apart from the rest? It's being made for the 3DS and it has a cast of more than 100 characters.
Amiibos are all the rage these days, and Nintendo couldn't be happier. The success of these computerized figurines was the topic of much discussion during last night's investors meeting, where Nintendo execs discussed new functionality details, as well as which of the money-printing pieces of plastic are selling the best in various regions.
After managing to win over most of the critics and gaining a lot of positive feedback from gamers, Bayonetta 2 could have opened the doors for Bayonetta 3... well, that's according to the design director from the second game. As usual, the developers are definitely open for more stories involving the spicy combat witch.