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Links 1 through 10 of 17 by Nicholas Roznovsky tagged video_games

Will mankind ever uncover all of the secrets of Mike Tyson's Punch Out!! for the NES? Probably not.

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Nintendo president Satoru Iwata is not a fan of the term "free-to-play," feeling it's a disingenuous way to describe games that often don't turn out to be free for long.

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Computers already have bested human champions in "Jeopardy!" and chess, but artificial intelligence now has gone to master an entirely new level: "Space Invaders."

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ne cybersecurity researcher to install and play the 1993 classic video game Doom on a Canon Pixma printer. Which is both worrying and awesome.

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Pinball enthusiasts have apparently scored in a push to revise San Francisco's arcade gaming laws dating back to the 1980s that have deterred some business owners from installing the machines.

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As games such as “Pac-Man” and “Asteroids” created a generation of arcade machine addicts, San Francisco cracked down on the behavior, citing concerns ranging from sidewalk congestion to “petty crimes in the vicinity of these machines.

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Billy Mitchell, Hank Chien, Steve Wiebe: these men are the giants of Donkey Kong, throwing the world record around like a numerical barrel. Chien bested Mitchell, then Mitchell topped Chien, and now long-time underdog Steve Wiebe has reclaimed the top spot by a whisker.

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In the 90s, LucasArts churned out incredible game after incredible game. Then, seemingly overnight, it turned into a clearinghouse for (often disappointing) Star Wars created by third-party vendors. What happened? Why did they dump the point-and-click adventure genre? How did they go from innovators to has-beens? Here's a glimpse from a former insider.

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A concerned parent has apparently taken to the official 360 forums, looking for an explanation as to why his son had been banned from Xbox Live until the year 9999. Microsoft was only too happy to oblige.

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I'd wear one of these (although its probably for the best I don't know anyone who can sew at this level). The Boy'd wear it every day of the week.

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