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Gamers have regularly been sending Kamiya tweets asking for the Wii U exclusive to be ported over to new-gen systems, but he recently posted a series of responses (translated by Nintendo Everything) explaining why it categorically will not happen. "We [Platinum Games] are developers and receive...
3DS mod adds GameCube controller support EG 01:00AM PDT Oct 01, 2014
A modder has got Nintendo's classic GameCube controller working with the 3DS - just in time for the release of Super Smash Bros. The pad, a favourite of hardcore Smash fans, is shown in the video below working perfectly with Smash Bros. on 3DS (thanks, Nintendo Life).
The United States has charged four members of an international hacking ring with stealing up to $200 million in intellectual property and other data from Microsoft, Epic Games, Valve, Zombie Studios and the US Army. The hackers are charged with stealing software related to Xbox Live, Xbox One, Call...
Microsoft has revealed its next version of Windows due in late 2015, Windows 10. Yes, 10! Not 9, like the number the sequentially follows the last couple of iterations, Windows 7 and 8, but 10. Perhaps it's trying to distance itself from Windows 8 as much as it can, given the operating system's...
Set for launch in the latter half of 2015, Microsoft unveiled the OS at a special press event on Tuesday. Skipping a number, the new operating system promises to be "the most comprehensive platform ever", according to Engadget. During an on-stage demo Windows VP Joe Belfiore showed an early version...
Just as expected, Microsoft today announced a brand-new Windows operating system. During a special event today in San Francisco, Microsoft officially announced Windows 10. Microsoft is not streaming the event, but GameSpot sister site Zdnet is on the scene. This is a breaking news story.
It's a tricky balancing act, making a fan project based on a copyrighted game. On the one hand, you want to tell everyone about it; on the other, telling everyone about it is a good way to attract the attention of some joyless legal department. The cat's well and truly out of the bag for OOT 2D, so...
Tetris Ultimate When you hear that the best-selling game of all-time is being made into a movie, it probably doesn't sound like such a surprising thing--you know, until you consider that the game in question is Tetris. The Wall Street Journal today reports that the Tetris Company and Threshold...
Sony on Tuesday published a list of third-party racing wheels that are compatible with its upcoming PlayStation 4 racing game, Driveclub. Right now, the list of supported wheels (below) is limited to those made by Thrustmaster. However, Evolution Studios community development manager Jamie Brayshaw...
With the launch of the exceptional Super Smash Bros. for 3DS looming, some might still be miffed that the game won't support the Circle Pad Pro add-on. Though the game will make use of the new 3DS and 3DS XL's C-stick, some may want a separate controller entirely for optimized Smash Bros. usage.
The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red's anti-DRM stance is now very well-known, but if you need a refresher, the company's marketing head recently laid out the reasons why the Polish studio is so against putting those kinds of security measures on its games.
DICE's spelling of the word 'Autumn' continues to confound me, but I can get behind their ginormo 'Fall' patch for Battlefield 4, which adds game modes, fixes a heap of stuff, and tweaks things the community wanted tweaked. It's a big patch, in both senses of the word, being a not-inconsiderable...
Fans of Nintendo's N64 classic Zelda: Ocarina of Time are trying to remake the entire adventure in 2D for PC. The game is being shrunk down to the series' classic top-down view, similar to the one used in Zelda games for the NES, SNES and on handhelds.
It's been nearly a year since EA released first-person shooter Battlefield 4. The game launched in a terrible state that left many unable to play, and since then developer DICE has fought to improve matters with a raft of patches. But none are as important as the one due out today.
Bungie has killed Destiny's magical loot farming cave, but it lives on - sort of. Stare too long at the cave and the cave stares back. The Interactive Cave Shooting Simulator, from developer Daniel Rosas, lets you shoot into a cave forever and ever (thanks, Kotaku).