Game Preservation

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Red Dead Revolver and Other Lost PS2 Demos Found and Preserved

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Game preservation is not just about finding rare games.

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Drunk Insult Swordfighting And Other Secrets of Monkey Island Revealed

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The Secret of Monkey Island is one of the most popular adventure games ever made.

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3D Challenge, An Unreleased 3DS Tech Demo, Released Online

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It is another bit of Nintendo history that has been uncovered and posted onto the internet, with Nintendo prototype 3D Challenge.

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New DMCA's from Twitch Destroy Streamers Archives

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In a massive blow to both preservation of game content and streaming archives, new Twitch rules have resulted in the deletion for hundreds of streamers for their archived content, in what Twitch is

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Fans Are Reviving PlayStation 3 Servers, Starting with Warhawk

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Not a lot of people may remember Warhawk, a rather niche multiplayer PS3 exclusive title.

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Nintendo Employee Advocated For Use of Emulators in Testing Games Found In Leak

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The Nintendo Gigaleak continues, but this time we go some interesting tidbits of Nintendo History to sift through, and in one case, a Nintendo employee pushing the company to use ROMs.

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Game Freak Preserving Pokemon Documents by Digitizing Them

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If there is one company in the gaming world that always generates interest in their inner workings, it is Game Freak, the creators of the Pokemon franchise.

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National Videogame Museum Goes Virtual in Doom 2

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The National Videogame Museum has gone virtual in one of the most gamer ways possible, with a little help from Doom 2

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Ziggurat Interactive Aims to Move Retro Gaming Forward

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More than any other medium, games have struggled to preserve its past.

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Simcity Developer Maxis Once Made Games For Businesses

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Roughly 30 years ago, SimCity was making waves as a fun new simulation game. Players could build out an entire city and watch it spring to life — or die a horrible, fiery death.