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The iPhone Changed Video Gaming Forever

As Apple’s runaway success of a mobile phone (and more) marks its 10th anniversary, let’s talk about its impact on how and what we play.
Mike Diver
6.30.17
Sega Forever

Sega Forever’s Shoddy Ports Leave Sega on the Defensive About Emulation

Sega claimed they had no choice to use Unity, but there's controversy around that position.
Connor Trinske
6.28.17
threes

After 3.33 Years, Someone Finally Beat 'Threes'

Beating 'Threes' turns out to be a thing you can do.
Jordan Mallory
6.20.17
Waypoint Forums

Take a Sunday Stroll Through Our Forums

Today’s forum picks are coming straight to you, courtesy of our wonderful moderators!
Danika Harrod
5.21.17
Pokemon Go

Success and Server Distress: Discussing ‘Pokémon Go’ with Niantic’s John Hanke

The hit app of 2016 is far from finished, with new features in the pipeline. But its maker's CEO is all about going live.
Willie Clark
2.8.17
immigration

Dots Games Updated to Encourage ACLU Donations in Wake of Trump's Immigration Ban

Developer Playdots, Inc. hopes this initiative will encourage other companies with similarly large audiences to use their platforms for civil rights awareness.
Jordan Mallory
1.29.17
Mobile Gaming

'Hidden my game by mom! 2' is a Real Game You Should Play ASAP

It might look like something pulled from the dregs of the mobile world, but it's funny, smart, and well worth your time.
Patrick Klepek
1.11.17
Super Mario

Shigeru Miyamoto on Designing Mario for Mobile in ‘Super Mario Run’

Legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto talks about taking Mario to the most accessible screens in the world.
Danielle Riendeau
12.9.16
nintendo

We Played Nintendo's First Real Mobile Game, 'Super Mario Run'

We got our hands on 'Super Mario Run' and chatted with Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime about the company’s new mobile strategy.
Danielle Riendeau
12.8.16
Nintendo Switch

Here's What You Need to Know About the New Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's much-speculated-about next console has had its official reveal—so we can all stop making shit up now.
Mike Diver
10.20.16
Ace Attorney

How the 'Law and Order' of Gaming Has Lasted for 15 Years

Few expected the Ace Attorney series to make inroads worldwide, least of all Capcom. But now its newest installment has come West, the impressive <em>Spirit of Justice</em>.
Steven Wright
9.13.16
Nintendo DS

I’ll Never Love Another Console Like I Loved the Nintendo DS

Some tipped the DS to fail, but the gaming's most creative designers looked at it and saw only ideas and opportunities.
Chris Schilling
8.30.16
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