- Polygon has an awesome full-length feature on where Blizzard’s Starcraft: Ghost went wrong.
- Also from Polygon, a good, long read by Colin Campbell on an Atari artwork book.
- A translation for Wizardry Gaiden IV has been released, according to the folks at ROMhacking.net. Check out this “new” SNES game here!
- Hadlee Simons at Gearburn has a look at five failed handheld systems.
- From various websites, Stephen Colbert attempts to eat a Hot Pocket quicker than a guy completes Super Mario Bros. 3. Video here!
- As expected, Nintendo shut down a Kickstarter project for an NES coffee table book.
- The latest video on Cracked from Cody Johnston is about how Christopher Nolan stole his ideas from DuckTales. No word yet from Todd how this infraction ranks on the DuckTales scale.
- From TechTimes, Paul Rudd has barely aged since starring in SNES commercials back in the day.
- Also on TechTimes, Chinese companies are constantly making bootleg games with all the Nintendo characters.
ON THIS DAY IN VIDEO GAME HISTORY…
- On July 10, 2001, Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec came out for the Playstation 2. The effort from Polyphony Digital set a new standard for realistic racing games. The sixth installment came out in December 2013 to glowing reviews for the PS3, and Gran Turismo Sport is due out in November as a PS4 exclusive.
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