From the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One — with a couple of PlayStations and Wiis in between.
Sega’s final console, Sony and Microsoft throw their hats in the ring, Nintendo’s hits and misses. All that and more in part two of our continuing history of video game consoles.
Everything you wanted to know about the video game consoles from your childhood.
What’s lurks in a New Mexico landfill? Only Microsoft’s platforms know.
You’ve heard the legend about Atari burying a mountain’s worth of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial game carts in a landfill?
Want a quick game of Atari’s Breakout played using Google Images?
On the occasion of the video game legend’s bankruptcy, a recap of its many lives.
Once upon a time, back in the 1960s, there was a videogame called Spacewar!
It was remarkably ingenious and addictive, and probably would have become a pop-culture phenomenon if it weren’t for its one downside: You could only …
Jerry Lawson, the man widely-credited with inventing the video game cartridge and its complimentary console, died of a heart attack this past Saturday at his home in Mt. View, California. He was 70-years old.
Lot of old-school gamers will remember Paperboy in its original iteration, which was an arcade cabinet with a unique handlebar controller. A few updates have come out in the modern era but none have been able match the physicality of tilting and steering of the arcade version.
Get ready to dodge those crazy poodles, …
Friday, Feb. 19, 2010
Today in Techland: Peter and Lev talk Batman 3 and look way silly playing Project Natal on The Techland Show. They so crazy. Douglas takes a look at comic Kick Ass in his weekly column Emanata, and Steve chats with Shutter Island author Dennis Lehane about the film adaptation of his novel, in theaters today. It’s …