Jesse D Morgan
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Articles by Jesse D Morgan
A prototype Nintendo 64 controller shows design choices that would have made it feel different from the final release version.
Leaked art for the upcoming Pokemon Sword and Shield anime gives an early look at the new designs for the main characters in the show.
Naughty Dog announces a dedicated multiplayer project in lieu of a missing multiplayer mode in the upcoming The Last of Us Part 2.
Link's Awakening helps introduce a new generation of gamers to a style of Zelda game that better represents the franchises' history.
Cyberpunk 2077 will feature first-person gameplay and cut scenes which feels like the correct choice, even with the character creator.
The new iOS update lets users pair Xbox One and PS4 controllers to iOS devices for use with Apple Arcade and this is how to pair each one.
To celebrate the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Nintendo releases 8 Zelda-themed course for Super Mario Maker 2.
E3 will expand and rebrand next year as it tries to lean even more into becoming a show for consumers by adding more celebrity events.
Kojima talks about how he creates and combats feelings of loneliness and isolation in the slow-moving world of Death Stranding.
Here are ten of the best Super Mario Maker 2 courses uploaded this week. All courses come hand-curated from the "New Courses" tab.
Maddening difficulty gives Fire Emblem: Three Houses players a new level of challenge and expansion pass holders get some new content.
Naughty Dog will hold a major press event that exclusively features The Last of Us 2 and will most likely reveal the release date.
The upcoming Pokemon Sword and Shield looks to include autosave for the first time in the history of the series and fans are concerned.
Kojima says that even he doesn't understand Death Stranding because he aims to create something completely new with the upcoming game.