Business Week gives a brief history in pictures of the 30-year old console war from the Magnavox Odyssey to Nintendo's Wii spanning a total of 21 notable platforms. Regarding one casualty of war -- the Sega Saturn released in April of 1995 for $400 -- the article reminisces: "The powerful, but complex multiprocessor design made it difficult for developers to make quality games for the Saturn. Even so, several memorable titles were developed for the system, including Panzer Dragoon, Virtual-On, and Virtua Fighter 2 ... Despite its merits, the Saturn sold a dismal 1.4 million units in the U.S. during its short lifespan."
NiGHTS was where it's at.
Toy manufacturer Gecco Corp has opened pre-orders for their damaged Cyborg Ninja statue, officially called ‘The Final Battle Edition’. As the name implies, the statue portrays Gray Fox as he appears during his final battle in the game, with his arm torn off by REX and his helmet visor destroyed.
The infamous Russian army of trolls appears to be involved in a massive spamming operation to promote the embattled country's version of Esports via a massive gaming tournament backed at the highest levels of the government.
TerrorBytes: The Evolution of Horror Gaming is an exciting new documentary series from the creators of First Person Shooter.