Sources have confirmed to Eurogamer that Switch's Virtual Console will let you play Super Mario Sunshine, Super Smash Bros. Melee and more
Articles by James Brightman - Page 3
James Brightman, Editor in Chief
James Brightman has been covering the games industry since 2003 and has been an avid gamer since the days of Atari and Intellivision. He was previously EIC and co-founder of IndustryGamers and spent several years leading GameDaily Biz at AOL prior to that.
Recent articles by James Brightman
The purchase adds over 20m users to their base, with games like Jigsaw Puzzle and ColorArt
Firm sees softness in console market but games-as-a-service having "profound impact"
Legendary's bringing eSports closer to mainstream culture with a comedy in the vein of Talladega Nights
Critical Consensus: After nearly a decade, is Ueda-san's latest worth the wait?
Hangar 13's Haden Blackman on tackling race and pushing the medium forward
Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Mafia 3 and Gears of War 4 were big drivers of digital revenue
Business publication gives top honors to League of Legends firm; "the most exciting company you've never heard of is reinventing sports"
"You can now jump into exploring the future of augmented and mixed reality"
SuperData revises its VR forecasts with PSVR seeing the largest downgrade
Developers can now earn commissions on referred sales
Leo Olebe explains Facebook's deeper push into games with Instant Games like Pac-Man becoming available through Messenger and News Feed
Game Alliance is a direct response to the marketing and UA realities facing independent developers"
Major League Baseball Advanced Media's tech unit may buy eSports streaming rights for $200m
Total Annihilation, Dungeon Siege creator leaves Wargaming to pursue new studio
NPD report reveals a 31% rise in console software sales while PC software jumps 172%
"Our mission at ForwardXP is to build content that ultimately reaches the billions of users across these emerging devices"
The new studio is the fourth in Eastern Europe after Bucharest, Sofia and Kiev
The publisher is requiring influencers to use hashtags and watermarks on their content
VR developer behind The Assembly and Danger Goat completes the first of a two-stage round
"If you're going to make games for a community, you have to have a true representation of that community," says Andrew Wilson
Publisher also working with Sony and Microsoft so that players can safely share content from the game
ArtCraft's Gordon Walton and J. Todd Coleman on why the studio's now offering equity crowdfunding
The e-tailer will set up a year-long process to reimburse parents for in-app purchases their children made without permission
Weekly Roundup: In the fallout of a shocking US election, the game industry can rise above and be more inclusionary