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Revenge of the License: Austin Powers: Oh, Behave!

You have to give credit where credit is due. Outside of its twin program, Austin Powers: Welcome to my Underground Lair!, there’s really nothing at all like Austin Powers: Oh, Behave! available on any portable system. After spending some time with both of them, I’ve come to the conclusion that’s an incredibly good thing because […]

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Ultima IV- Quest of the Avatar Remastered and Released for Commodore 64

How many role playing games have you played that required you to overcome some massively evil entity that is bent on destroying the world?  Too many, right?  Well, back in the early days of computer gaming there was a game called Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar.  It was, obviously, the fourth title in the […]

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What if there were Fatalities in Smash Bros?

Nintendo has never really been all that keen on the idea of actually killing, I mean completely obviously utterly ending the life of, characters in their games.  Sure, in Super Mario Bros and the sequels you dispatch the enemy characters in cartoony ways.  Even in the Smash Bros series, a fighting game by Nintendo, they […]

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What if The Walking Dead Had an 8-Bit Game?

The Walking Dead has, no doubt, been a huge success for A&E, a surprise series considering the content this cable network usually releases.  Zombies were here to stay and the amount of support that A&E put behind The Walking Dead was obvious.  From the first episode that, for many viewers, went too far to the […]

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Puyo Puyo Style Puzzler Released for Sega Genesis by Homebrew Developer

Puzzle game fans know the name Puyo Puyo, or a variation including Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine or Kirby’s Avalanche.  Repixel8 is taking that familiar formula and adding their own little twist to the gameplay to make Doroppu its unique and its own.  Just like Puyo Puyo, Doroppu is a single or two player in […]

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Someone Call a Doctor, SORS Follows in the steps of Papers, Please with Dystopian Future Medical Adventure

Dystopian future games have been popular in gaming, and general entertainment, for years.  Cult classics such as Snatcher, while not million sellers still hold a special place in the hearts of gamers that played them.  One such cult classic, cut from a much more modern cloth is Papers, Please by Lucas Pope.  The gameplay is […]

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Robocop versus Terminator for Nintendo Entertainment System Now Available

Unreleased titles that receive unofficial releases by fans are a dubious endeavor to say the least.  For most gamers it is a very wide gray area that they are sometimes fine with traversing depending on the title(s) in question.  For many, an unofficial Star Fox 2 on cartridge release is worthwhile, but how many feel […]

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The Lost Boys Finally See Game Release on Nintendo Entertainment System

The Lost Boys, a cult classic movie from the late 80’s about a group of vampires living the surfer style life in California, is finally the subject of a Nintendo Entertainment System.  The Lost Boys on the NES is a 2D side scrolling action adventure title which is available on cartridge from Chipmasters.  Interestingly, this […]

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Race Mickey and Friends Around Walt Disney World Quest- Magical Racing Tour on Playstation – Today in History – March 23rd, 2000

Most people reading this have had at least one fleeting notion in their lives to go racing around the attractions at Walt Disney World/Land.  Come on, you know you have wanted to put the pedal to the metal on at least one ride.  Whether that be Haunted Mansion or Space Mountain, one of the attractions […]

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After Burner II Allows You to Pilot Your F-14 Tomcat through the Unfriendly Skies on the Sega Genesis – Today in History – March 22nd 1990

Sega’s Genesis was known for the arcade ports.  From Midnight Resistance to the Altered Beast and countless others, Sega knew they had an uphill battle.  Going with the arcade ports was smart for the 16-Bit era and it could have carried them well into the 32-Bit era had they done it right.  That is Sega’s […]


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