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Get your quarters out: ZapCon is back in Arizona.
That open-world Legend of Zelda game for the Wii U won’t be out in 2015 as originally planned — and Nintendo won’t be showing it at E3, either.
Nintendo is working on a new console, code-named the NX, as well as a plan to roll out games on mobile devices under a deal that will involve the successor to Club Nintendo.
Endgame Bar and The Gaming Zone will be holding a tournament for a good cause and a trip into the gaming world of yesterday year this Saturday.
The new PAX South was notably smaller than PAX Prime and PAX East, but that didn’t deter newcomers and repeat attendees from checking it out.
Extra-life-banner-e1405726479104Playing video games for 24 hours straight may seem like an idea reserved for crazy people, but local gamers are undertaking the challenge to benefit charity.
Nintendo has been taking its strong catalog of 3DS games on tour across the country for the past month and its next stop will be smack dab in Glendale this weekend.
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A team of three self-proclaimed nerds are spearheading a Kickstarter project to combine video games and drinking into a Tempe barcade named Endgame
Where’s the strategy guide for Bravely Default?
A Mesa man has been leading an online campaign for same-sex relationships in the upcoming U.S. release of a popular Nintendo life simulation game.
Brentalfloss’ “METROID: Fight for Love” features vocals that abring an emotional backstory to the classic NES side-scroller Metroid.
The Legend of Zelda has been successfully reinvented, over and over again, to be discovered by each new generation.
Those converted GameCube hookahs we posted about last month are now available for sale.