Welcome to Theory of Gaming’s Weekly Fetch Quest, in which we adventure out into the world searching for the week’s most important news, and gather it all in one place,..
It’s probably a bit dramatic to suggest that Nintendo’s future depends on the success of their next console, officially named the Nintendo Switch. By finally entering the mobile smartphone market,..
As Nintendo wrapped up their E3 presentation, showcasing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, I shutdown the live stream feed and felt… confused. Not so much at what..
This is part one of a two-part recap on E3 2015. To read part two, click here. If E3 2015 should be remembered for anything, it should be how the..
By Nick Olsen SimCity 4 was originally released by Maxis in 2003 to critical acclaim, followed by a digital distribution in 2010 on Steam. In April 2014, Aspyr, a publisher..
By Josh Snyder A recent series of articles published here on Theory of Gaming elicited a strong response from the very readers we aim to reach out to – developers. It..
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