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The 2006 sequel to Earthbound may soon be available with an official English translation.
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The new Paper Mario RPG is simple enough for kids yet clever enough for parents.
On the 20th anniversary of Duke Nukem 3D's release, Will Perkins reminisces about his first encounter with the game and Duke's problematic legacy.
The autobiographical game from Ryan and Amy Green beautifully reflects the strategies that people use to process loss.
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The mysterious origin of the Sonic 3 soundtrack is the rare conspiracy theory that proved to be correct.
The upcoming independent CCG is an unexpected blend of Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons.
The development of Nuclear Throne demonstrates the value of transparency for games in Early Access.
Multiple generations of Dork Shelf contributors share their first impressions of Nintendo's upcoming RPG.
Eric and Jon dive into the sublime Step Up franchise and talk ethics in eSports.
Registration is now live (and free) for the 2016 Cineplex WorldGaming Canadian Championships.
Despite the slow start, there are still plenty of reasons to add the Microsoft console to your collection.
Someone went to a lot of trouble to set up the world's most elaborate game of digital Jenga.
The backlash to the Oculus Rift demonstrates why we need to rethink the way we talk about technology.
Games become more accessible when they give players more control over the experience.
Game developers, writers, and journalists discuss their favourite video game endings.