Warner Bros. finally succeeds patenting the Nemesis system made famous by Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, causing controversy among game devs.
While we won’t be able to travel to Japan anytime soon, these videos of Super Nintendo World’s flashy rides are tantalising teasers.
Noclip’s Hades documentary finale is out, showing developers Supergiant Games to be incredibly humble in light of their massive success.
This spinach sends emails: not spooky chain mail, lucrative offers from Nigerian princes, or penis enlargements, but alerts for explosives.
New to music streaming services everywhere, the Lego White Noise playlist is over three hours of nostalgic toy brick sounds to relax to.
Liara, Tali, Garrus, Miranda – all characters I’ll be romancing all over again when Mass Effect Legendary Edition releases this May.
Originally developed over a decade ago but never released, an Xbox remaster of GoldenEye 007 can be seen in all its glory on YouTube.
A new chess AI called Maia plays like a normal person, with mistakes and all, so you can learn how to play better.
The Nintendo Switch has overtaken the 3DS in total sales, with the Game Boy Advance next, led by the might of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
South Australia was briefly 100% solar-powered back in October. Now, the state has the lowest electricity wholesale prices in the country.
Tokyo street karting company MariCar cops an almighty blue shell from Nintendo for unofficially using their Mario Kart characters.
Before CD Projekt Red intervened, horny Cyberpunk 2077 fans could have a weird sex scene with Keanu Reeves thanks to PC mods.
A first-glimpse trailer of Amazon Prime’s AFL documentary ‘Making Their Mark’ is here and it looks like good stuff.
A poorly communicated update from secure messaging service WhatsApp sees millions abandon the service in favour of competitors.
Mario Kart player makes history by being the first to manually land Rainbow Road’s ultra shortcut, setting a new world record in the process.
Australia’s developing media laws continue to get spicy, with US officials the latest detractors alongside Facebook and Google.