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Dragonborne, a new Game Boy game coming in 2021

Missing the good times when a Game Boy was enough to be happy? Then Dragonborne might be for you. The historic Nintendo console comes back to life to host a new indie project. I study...

Disco Elysium, a fan makes a port for Game Boy

While waiting for the arrival of Disco Elysium on Nintendo Switch, someone seems to have already thought about a playable version in portability of the extraordinary RPG of ZA / UM. Colin Brannan, fan of the game, has in fact created a port for ...

Banjo-Kazooie should have received a chapter on Game Boy Color

Since landing on Nintendo 64 and now more than ever thanks to their recent inclusion in the roster of playable characters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the Banjo-Kazooie duo has received a long list of acclaim ...

Gunpei Yokoi, creator of the Game Boy, explains why he left Nintendo

Gunpei Yokoi's last major creation for Nintendo was the ill-fated Virtual Boy. A real disaster, it has long been speculated that it caused Yokoi's resignation. In an article written before ...

What will be the "mini" of today?

Did you think you could save yourself from the new "mini" fashion? MISTAKEN. This time it's up to Nintendo again (and with this we are at 3) which apparently registered the Game trademark in September ...

Arena - The remastered, the reboot and the remake

Good morning and good evening, I don't know when you will read these lines but let's start with a little introduction. Your dear Accattino Lyed (whose opinion is at the end of the article) welcomes you to a historical column ...
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Turn your smartphone into a Game Boy

Have you always dreamed of having a modern version of the first, historic Nintendo Game Boy? In the near future this could turn into reality, given that Hyperkin is developing a peripheral compatible with ...

Take-Two Interactive sued Hazelight over It ...

Let's go back to talking about It Takes Two, the puzzle platformer developed by the Hazelight team led by Josef Fares. The title came out on ...

Quake, Machine Games updates the game with a free Horde Mode ...

Last August Bethesda and Machine Games celebrated the 25th anniversary of the original Quake (released back in 1996) by proposing a release of the game ...

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