Gaming

NOT THE WHEEL DEAL
I’ve been coming to the Tokyo Game Show since 2004, but this is the first year I remember seeing bikes of any sort at the booths. While they’re not road-ready, they are prime for picture taking.
NOT DOOMED YET
You can officially play the original "Doom" on almost every post-1993 console, and thanks to intrepid hackers around the world you can unofficially play it on practically anything with a processor. But that's not the case for 1997's "Doom 64," which has only ever been officially available on the Nintendo 64.
INVADING GAMERS' HEARTS
Released in 1978, Taito's "Space Invaders" is one of the most important pioneers in the history of video games. Not only was it a huge success worldwide, it also created two essential gaming innovations: high scores and a difficulty curve.
GAME WELL PLAYED

Reno man Scott Amos was going through some possessions from the attic of his childhood home the other day when he came across something: an unopened copy of “Kid Icarus” for the Nintendo Entertainment System, complete with receipt from 1988.

EYES ON THE TOP OF HIS HEAD

Way back in 2008, New York Giants receiver David Tyree shocked the nation with the Helmet Catch, which helped the Giants take down the Patriots. Nearly 12 years later, “Madden 20” for the PlayStation 4 has upped the ante.

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