Let the voice from Pregnancy Academy and Crime Breast Bounce guide you to the bullet train.
Who knew that all this time Magikarp was a beefcake beast?
On a visit to this bathroom, a printed move list is just as important as toilet paper.
But you won’t find the clever shape-shifter on the in-game map.
Nintendo Famicom’s red-and-white design makes for some stylish stationery!
We traveled to the disaster-stricken Tohoku region to see the effects of Pocket Monster Lapras’ real-world healing powers.
Thirty games isn’t all the Nintendo Classic Mini Family Computer is reviving.
Gamers report that bizarre fused characters and man/machine hybrids appear while sometimes the entire ocean does not.
Now there’s a perfectly valid excuse for keeping a video game controller in your pocket.
Cozy pet makes himself at home after Pikachu vacates plushie sleeping bag.
Pikachu is ready to help you ring in the new year with 24 auspicious dishes served inside a giant Poké Ball!
One other Sega franchise will join Sonic on the special train, which will be in service in Tokyo for one month.
No, no! It’s “Gotta catch ‘em all,” not “crash ‘em all!”
Eternal rival Seto Kaiba also serves as inspiration for a fashionable anime timepiece of his own.
The first 16-bit video game console won’t be manufactured by Sega, though, or even in Japan.
Square Enix producer cites amount of demand as key factor in decision whether or not to add controllable heroines to upcoming video game.
Ash–I mean Red, have you been liftin’, bro?
Otakuism is apparently hereditary, and especially strong in the bloodline of anime industry professionals.
Policy officially addresses the gray area of Kingdom Hearts.
That’s a lot to pay for a time-telling Pikachu.