It’s not often that video games gets a prime time slot on national TV, so we thought we'd take the time to enlighten those who missed it.
With its sequel out this week, we remember one of Koji Kondo's musical master works.
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Before the Michael Jackson and Sonic 3 saga, SEGA had already hired pop royalty to compose for their flagship series.
With the HD re-release imminent, James, Andy and Pete remember the game, the series and the genre.
Much like its art style, The Wind Waker's score charts new territory while still encapsulating the spirit of the series.
James explains why the often forgotten sequel to Chrono Trigger is different but awesome in its own right.
It is time to deploy those fast tapping fingers and bonk some bunnies
Arguably two of the greatest licensed soundtracks in gaming history.
We remember five pioneering albums by the granddaddy of game soundtracks, orchestral performances and concerts.
Design your own rocket ships. Blast off into space. Explore the solar system. See if you have what it takes to be a rocket scientist.
Why you're a bad person if you don't like Majora's Mask... or, at the very least, fail to judge it on its own merits.
Mad, Ugly, Dirty Television - Turn On, Tune In, Tune out, Turn off.
Dots are huge on the high street at the moment and it appears that Dots are back in vogue in puzzle games.
Thrusting gaming back into the forefront