Gaming

Nintendo Game Boy: celebrate 25 years with some emulation gaming

Nintendo launched the Game Boy on this day back in 1989. The initial April 21st launch was for Japan, with those in North America getting the handheld a few months later, on July 31st. Nintendo went on to release a few versions of the Game Boy and sold 118.69 million units before it was discontinued in March 2003. More to the point for today -- April 21, 2014 marks the 25th anniversary.

Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition: first impressions on a revived classic

Android, and mobile gaming as a whole, has created an opportunity for games and game developers to cater to a new generation of gamers, some of which never had the pleasure of playing the most beloved titles of old. Yes, we're talking about ports, remakes, the whole shebang. Today, one of those classic titles has once again resurfaced to lure both old timers and fresh blood alike. Baldur's Gate, which saw itself remade in late 2012, is now officially and natively available on Android.