Fans of Nintendo know of the Power Glove as a clunky and unpopular controller that was compatible with the Nintendo Entertainment System. Originally released in 1989, the Power Glove has continued to live on in the minds of gamers due to its overwhelmingly bad controls and iconic design. Now one fan is adding another chapter to its legacy by creating light-up fashion accessories using the Power Glove.

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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 Clash is a battle of classic N64 shooters, both courtesy of Rare. GoldenEye 007 was a fantastic video game adaption of the popular movie, and the multiplayer was a blast. Perfect Dark took the GoldenEye game engine and created an all-new game with its own original plot and offered even more multiplayer options. Which game is better? Click below to cast your vote!

A recent interview with former head of indie relations at Nintendo Dan Adelman revealed his feelings on letting any developer create and publish content to the Nintendo eShop. Adelman, who worked for nine years helping indie developers get their games on Nintendo consoles, feels that the market needs to be open but also regulated to avoid poor content. 

Nintendo's approach has always been on the side of approving developers rather than approving content. The idea is that if you're a trustworthy and capable enough developer to make games for the platform, then beyond that it's up to you. Unfortunately, shovel ware is a very predictable byproduct of an open marketplace. The onus to ameliorate this issue ultimately falls on the platforms. It used to be that the preferred solution was to have a gatekeper model, but that had real drawbacks, because you can miss you on some amazing games. - Dan Adelman 

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Earlier this year, Hyperkin released their long-delayed 'next gen' clone console, the RetroN 5—a system that boasts the ability to play games from five different types of cartridge digitally in HD. Think of it as an emulation machine for your TV that plays your old games and then some. By dumping the game's ROM to the system temporarily, you're provided all of the conveniences of emulation (save states, controller mapping, cheats, patching, etc.) without having to start all over again or dealing with the legal gray area that is PC emulation. The console itself plays cartridges for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Super NES, Super Famicom, Nintendo Entertainment System, Famicom, the entire GameBoy era of formats, and through the use of an adapter, Sega Master System. That's ten formats, fifteen including PAL regions, all playable on one machine in nostalgia-defyingly crisp HD. But how does it hold up? Pretty well, actually. 

Another nostalgic game has been released for the Wii U's Virtual Console, and this time it's DK: King of Swing. This Game Boy Advance Donkey Kong title was released in 2005, near the end of the handheld's lifespan, developed by Paon, and published by Nintendo. It received mainly positive reviews, but was panned for being shorter than people wanted.

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Two weeks ago Nintendo finally announced a remake of Majora's Mask on 3DS, and the hype couldn't be higher! We've had a running series of Zelda theory articles revolving around Skyward Sword here at Gamnesia, but the long-awaited announcement of Termina's return has inspired me to dig into the mysteries of Majora's Mask instead. Hit the jump to dive in!

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 we’re taking on the Mega Man franchise, which means we’ll be doing something a little different. With so many games in so many spin-off franchises, we couldn’t narrow it down to just two games. Instead, we’ll be matching up the original (mostly) 8-bit Mega Man series against its first big successor, Mega Man X. Do you prefer the classic, tough-as-nails style of Mega Man, or the more strategic style of Mega Man X? Hit the jump to cast your vote!

Lots of Wii U owners are currently enjoying the new Mario Kart 8 DLC, but Nintendo has a special treat for fans of a more retro Mario Kart experience as well. Game Boy Advance classic Mario Kart Super Circuit has launched on Wii U's eShop. You can purchase Super Circuit (complete with support for off-TV GamePad play) for $7.99. Check out the launch trailer by clicking below!

PlayStation Now offers popular PlayStation games on demand via cloud streaming, but so far the service has been hampered by an unpopular price model. Currently players can "rent" games for a set amount of time, but when the service was announced, most envisioned a Netflix-esque subscription plan rather than a pay-per-game model.

According to a recent post on the PlayStation Blog, a subscription service is in the works, and details should be announced soon. Additionally, a more extensive library of available games is on the way. Hit the jump for details!

Mother 4 is a fan made game inspired heavily by the original Mother series that was published by Nintendo between 1989 and 2006. The Mother 4 website recently got a major overhaul, and many new screenshots, images, and music samples have been added. The site now has a much smoother and sleeker feel to it as all of the links and info have been blocked off into neater sections.

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