A Man Digging, 2013 by Jon Rafman
UTE is a computer game by Lea Schönfelder that features a woman character whose goal is to sleep with as many men as possible.
A Quest for the Secret Origins of Lost Video-Game Levels by Heidi Kemps
How one writer returned a pirated Sonic the Hedgehog game cartridge to its original architect
Like an advanced version of Kung Fu
Call it the “Rise of the e-Athlete.” Starting this Fall, Robert Morris University in Chicago will offer at least 30 athletic scholarships to High School students with exceptional skills in the video game League of Legends. The first university to offer such a bonus, Associate Athletic Director acknowledged the lack of traditional athletic prowess necessary for the scholarships: “Obviously it’s not cardiovascular in any way, but it’s mental.”
Realistic Mortal Kombat
Wii U’s forthcoming game Mario Maker lets you design 2D levels for your own custom Super Mario Bros. experience.
The Rise of Nintendo: A Story in 8 Bits by Blake J. Harris
From ‘Donkey Kong’ to the NES — how a Japanese company took over the American living room. An exclusive first serial from ‘Console Wars.’
That Kim Jong Un VS America retro style run ‘n’ gun PC game that you’ve never been waiting for, but will play once it arrives.
The Atari Graveyard in an Alamogordo, New Mexico landfill has been excavated. Among the findings were copies of the fabled “worst game in history,” E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, and vintage Atari games like Centipede and Missile Command. The bounties of the dig—which was facilitated for a documentary about the graveyard—will be split 90/10 between the city of Alamogordo and Fuel Entertainment, with the city’s share destined to be placed on the market at some point in the future.
Old folks who stopped playing video games once the toggles became necessary can now rejoice, a revamped, yet distinctly familiar R.B.I. Baseball returns to video game consoles April 10th. With fast-paced gameplay and none of that modern option button hoo-ha, the brass behind the game have promised it to be “the best of now with the feeling of old.”
An NES system for your grown-up self, The Analogue Ntis fabricated from a single block of aircraft grade aluminum.
Before There Was Internet Porn, There Was This Guy by Daniel Edward Rosen
The sorry, sordid life (and afterlife) of Leisure Suit Larry