Universal Studios has long been famous for making tourists feel like they’re characters in one of many hit movies. The technology involved in these spectacles, however, has remained a mystery—until now. We go behind the curtain.
A new report claims that Nintendo pitched for the exclusive gaming rights to JK Rowling's then-fledgling money-printer Harry Potter back in 1998. Alas, "creative differences" at the designs not being British enough saw Warner grab the wizards-come-of-age franchise for £1m – who then paid EA to make them all. Seventeen years later, Amiibo collectors weep in unison. Read more >