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,..
On June 10, prior to E3 2016, we published an essay titled “At A Crossroads: The Home Console.” The essay was based off of rumors and conjecture, anticipating what Sony..
Over the course of three years, Theory of Gaming has published numerous articles outlining the various ways we would like to see change in the industry. From developers embracing new..
Three years ago, E3 2013 was ready to descend on Los Angeles, as it does every year, with a steady stream of announcements and surprises promising to shake up the..
I still remember the day I turned on my Wii U and began downloading new courses and characters for Mario Kart 8. The actual DLC itself is fun, nothing earth..
In many ways, Nintendo stands alone – the publisher/developer/console manufacturer is home to gaming’s most recognizable characters, to the most innovative hardware (even if it doesn’t always succeed) and home..
By Nick Olsen and Josh Snyder Within the last six months, both Theory of Gaming co-founders (Nick and Josh) acquired a Wii U and New Super Mario Bros. U came..
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