During the Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that not one but two new controllers will be made available to Nintendo Switch Online subscribers.
Today’s Nintendo Direct revealed an expanded Nintendo Switch Online plan which includes two retro consoles’ collections.
It’s no mystery that the world of videogames and gaming paraphernalia has produced many hot-ticket collectors’ items in the past few years – including the elusive Nintendo PlayStation prototype and rare Pokemon TCG cards. Well, another stunning piece of gaming history recently made some bank at the auction house this week!
Earlier this month, a playable build of the unreleased Nintendo 64 game Dinosaur Planet emerged online – spurring much fanfare for its developer Rare and Star Fox Adventures (the game that Dinosaur Planet would eventually become on GameCube). Well, even more interesting tidbits about the game’s mysterious development have now emerged, courtesy of one of its original designers!
The world of fan-modded consoles has been steadily growing more impressive with each day – especially with many stories of engineers who downsize their retro consoles into fancy handhelds. Well, today’s example is no exception to the rule, but it also truly pushes the boundaries of what’s possible so far!
Ever wonder how some of the most hated games ended up the way they did? Here’s a brief dive into their troubled development stories, and more!
Like most companies, Nintendo has had its fair share of tech demos that showcase the power of their upcoming consoles. If you’ve been itching to learn more about this lesser-known side of the company’s development history, now you can finally learn a little more!
Nostalgic for the classic Mario Kart 64? Here are some fun tidbits that you may not have picked up in the game’s heyday!
Wondering if STAR WARS Episode I: Racer is worth revisiting on the Nintendo Switch? Here’s a quick look at how it stacks up with the past!
In case you don’t remember how the N64 version of the game appeared, here’s a look.