The popular video game series turns 20 this year.
The Japanese version of the NES is returning to stores with a selection of games based on manga titles.
Don't toss out your old Zapper light gun. Use it to annoy your cat instead.
Nintendo’s perennial racing champion is making the jump to the mobile world.
Animal Crossing is one of the video game giant's quirkier franchises, but that hasn't stopped it from becoming a worldwide hit.
The console had a rudimentary version of downloadable content, gave birth to basic 3D graphics, inadvertently created the PlayStation, and probably turned yellow.
The NES Classic helped take the veil off a subculture of retro gamers who make their own classics, buy clone consoles, and know when a vintage side-scroller has the wrong frame rate.
The SNES classic goes down the internet rabbit hole in this trippy homage.
In case you have kids. Or just in case you like to eat video games.
Set aside a spare 3400 hours and maybe you can do it, too.
On the surface, it seemed like an impossible task. Take an $8800, NASA-approved interface glove running on $250,000 worth of computer hardware, then replicate the performance in a consumer-grade toy with parts costing less than $26.
Nintendo's latest console touts some innovation, some nostalgia, and a whole lot of potential.
Nintendo's roster of 30 games just got a sizable increase, thanks to some friendly hackers.
And yes, those buttons are pressable.
Genesis, Nintendo 64, GameBoy, and PlayStation are just some of the consoles you can emulate at home.