A new trend in the video game industry is a Netflix-esque video game subscription service in which you pay a monthly fee for unlimited access to a library of games. EA is currently offering such a service on Xbox One, and Sony recently expanded PlayStation Now to offer a monthly subscription plan as well. These services are attracting some attention, but no company has a more expansive lineup of classic games than Nintendo. A rumor that surfaced shortly after E3 suggested that Nintendo would offer a subscription service, but so far nothing has been announced. 

The question is, would you want them to? If Nintendo offered a flat, monthly fee to give users unlimited streaming access to all of the "Virtual Console" systems like NES, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, and all the handhelds in the Game Boy family, would you sign up? Hit the jump to cast your vote and voice your opinion!

Capcom's classic survival-horror title Resident Evil was remade with updated graphics in 2002, and now it's being remastered in HD for a new audience. The second game in the Resident Evil series, which many fans believe is even better than its popular predecessor, has not received the same treatment, despite many fan requests. However, a fan recently recreated the game in Unreal Engine 3, and the feedback has been very positive. Should Capcom take note and create an official remake of the Raccoon City classic, or should they leave the past behind and just focus on new games? Hit the jump to vote in our poll and join the discussion!

It looks like someone by the name of KazoWAR on YouTube has figured out how to play Game Boy Color ROMs (read-only memory) on the 3DS, via an exploit which allows ROM injection in the Virtual Console. This link here has detailed instructions on how to run the ROMs (to be run with loadcode.projectpokemon.org), and there’s also a video showing the ROMs being run on a 3DS. Judging by the comments on the video, just as many people have had problems getting this to work as have gotten it to work successfully, so it's fair to say it's not as simple as it looks.

Head past the jump to watch the video!

Capcom has tossed around the idea of a Resident Evil 2 remake for years, but we have nothing official to show for it. In the meantime, a fan has spent the past year recreating the entire game with the free Unreal Development Kit version of Unreal Engine 3. A walkthrough of the entire recreated game (he prefers not to have it called a remake) has been released on YouTube, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Junichi Masuda is a man very important to the Pokémon series. While he's acted as composer for the games since the very beginning, it was with Pokémon Ruby Version and Sapphire Version that he began to direct the biggest titles in the franchise. Recently he sat down with Kotaku to discuss his inspiration for the world of those games.

Follow the jump to see what Masuda has to say about Hoenn.

Eiji Aonuma, the lead producer of the Zelda series, had his first directorial credit on a Zelda game in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. In a recent interview with GamesMaster magazine, Aonuma reminisced about the development of the title. He commented on how the short development time for the game contributed to its uniqueness.

Follow the jump to read quotations from the interview.

Jason Venter from Honest Gamers recently uploaded his Super Mario Bros. 4 pitch that he sent to Nintendo over 24 years ago. The 11 year old Venter created a 13 page document that was entirely handwritten. The document included a hand drawn map of multiple worlds, details for controller input and gameplay, and even illustrations of various characters. "Bowser had an unknown brother," reads the synopsis for Super Mario Bros. 4 by the 11 year old Venter. "Bowser's brother took over Fantasy Land with his tribe. Then he took the Princess. If Mario can rescue the princess, things will go back to normal." Nintendo did not let this kid's imagination go unnoticed.

Click here to read the full story!

Back in 1992, Nintendo published a series of comics that coincided with Super Nintendo hit A Link to the Past. The comic series was released episodically across 12 issues of the now defunct Nintendo Power magazine and released altogether in 1993. It's been out of print for a long time now, but Viz Media will be re-releasing it on May 5, so you can re-live all the fun!

We're back with another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every Monday we pit two video games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes. This week's battle is between two games that defined a genre, quite literally! Super Metroid built on the success of the first two games in the franchise, perfecting the open world action-platformer style on the SNES. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night implemented the Metroid-style gameplay into the Castlevania universe to create a PlayStation masterpiece. Since then, many games have drawn inspiration from the "Metroidvania" style they established, but which of these two classics is the best? Hit the jump to cast your vote and join in the debate!

The Mythbusters team is used to tackling myths relating to popular culture, news stories, and everyday life, but this Saturday they're putting a twist on the show's formula and recreating video game logic in real life. DOOM is one of the most popular and famous shooters of all time, but is it realistic? They can't exactly test whether or not it's possible to open a portal to Hell (or can they?), so instead they'll be seeing if it's possible to lug around all those health packs, guns, and even a chainsaw while navigating a DOOM level in real life. Catch a teaser by clicking below!