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Strange Games From the East: Homeland

Did you ever play Phantasy Star Online series on the GameCube? If you did, then you’ll perhaps be aware of their infamy as the only GameCube titles to use the broadband capabilities of the console. But what if I told you that this is not true? That a different title outside the PSO series exists, […]

NBA Jam 2K17 Features Updated Roster Including Political and Additional NBA Stars

Fans of the NBA Jam series already know that this series liked to poke fun at not only the NBA but real life also. The pokes at the NBA are easily seen from literally having the character catch fire and the announcer claim “he is on fire,” and other literal representations. The original NBA Jam […]

Strange Games from the East: Mobile Suit Gundam: The Ace Pilot

Few series in the world have been as long lived as Mobile Suit Gundam. The epic space opera between the Earth Federation Forces and The Principality of Zeon. Theirs is a battle that will last an eternity, and is one that few anime fans haven’t at least heard in passing. Mobile Suit Gundam: The Ace Pilot was released […]

Nintendo Switch Shipped Early to Fan, Interface Shown off (Yeah, We Are Getting Excited over the User Interface)

The Nintendo Switch is quite a platform. I call it a platform because it is both a handheld and a home console, depending on how you are playing it. Nintendo is seemingly going in two directions here and it is setting the gaming world on fire. Well, the Switch is not yet available to fans […]

Sega 32X Running on Nintendo NES Classic Mini Console

Okay, the Nintendo Classic Mini is getting more and more interesting. Hackers recently figured out how to add more games which was cool. Then we saw hackers showing off how to get even more games on the thing (shattering previously thought limitations of memory). Now we have a video of the Nintendo NES Classic Mini […]

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Unholy Night for Super Nintendo Unleashed on Kickstarter

Late last year we covered this little game called Unholy Night. For those that do not know, or don’t want to click that link and read up on it, this is a new Super Nintendo (Super Famicom in Japan) fighting game. Similar to classics such as Fatal Fury and Street Fighter II, Unholy Night is […]

Three Reasons Why Nintendo Keeps Running out of Stock

Does anyone here remember the Wii craze in 2006 when there were severe shortages of consoles in all retailers? How about the Amiibo frenzy of 2014 when Nintendo kept running out of specific figurines? How about the most recent NES Classic fiasco in which Nintendo, once again, fails to meet supply and demand? It appears […]

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Duck Tales 2 Receives Two Player Hack

If you ask fans of Disney licensed games about the better releases on the Nintendo Entertainment System you will probably hear Duck Tales at least once. Probably even the second game (though the first games moon level music is quite iconic). One problem both Duck Tales games had was that one player limitation. Now fans […]

Top 3 Games Left Off the NES Classic (Top 3 Tuesday)

He promised he’d be back, and he is! Arnold’s back in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which is just one of the many hundreds of games I’m choosing not to write about in response to MichaelBtheGameGenie’s latest Top 3 Tuesday video: Top 3 Games Left Off the NES Classic (which you should totally open in another window […]

Strange Games from the East: Battle Stadium D.O.N

Who would win in a battle between Naruto, Luffy, and Goku? Will it be the host of the demonic Nine-Tailed Fox? Perhaps the future king of the pirates? Or maybe it shall be the world renowned martial artist Goku? You can find out in Battle Stadium D.O.N. for GameCube and PlayStation 2. Released in 2006 […]


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