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Looks like the Mini Super Famicon is going to be just as popular as Nintendo's other Classic Mini releases.
Forget the Ryan Gosling reboot. This is all the new Blade Runner we need.
Yum Bo Sung can no longer participate in South Korea’s Afreeca Starleague Season 4 after allegedly sexually harassing and assaulting a woman.
Can we implement this for people who tweet Game of Thrones spoilers?
Identifying a fake sometimes means being able to spot small yet significant design elements.
A relic from a time when images were small and backgrounds were tacky.
Join us for another terrifying trip to the Uncanny Valley.
Week for week, the Switch is smashing the PS4 in sales.
How often do you see an anime creator in a car advert?
The end result is an impressive mixture of video and original art.
At last, a way for horse racing enthusiasts to chase their dreams at 10am on a Wednesday.
Sony is holding its pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference on 19th September from 4pm Japan Time (8am BST). It will be directed at the domestic Japanese market, but could have some surprises.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise as the Nintendo Switch doesn’t use the Miiverse.
But only for two episodes.
There are concerns about the game being cancelled in South Korea due to the backlash.
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