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Sega’s 8-bit Tease Alludes to a New Bayonetta Release

Admit it, you fell for a couple of the April Fools’ day gaming news stories. Maybe you fell for the Geforce GTX G-Assistant plug-in player assist module for the lazy and/or inept gamer. Maybe you fell for the heartbreakingly untrue alliance between Nintendo and Sega called Dream Stream which would have allowed Switch owners to […]

Monster Hunter Sales Dwindle as Monster Hunter XX Sells Poorly

Action, adventure, and fighting an 800-pound gorilla that has gone super sayian are only a bit of what Monster Hunter has to offer. Monster Hunter was originally released on the PlayStation 2 in the early 2000s, and was relatively unknown in the West for a long time. Nevertheless, Capcom saw a potential market in the […]

From “Tennis on TV” to the Global eSports Phenomenon of Today

When would you say that video games first emerged–the ’80s, maybe the ’70s at a push? In fact, you’d have to go back to the 1940s for the true origins of the video game, and need a computer that fills up half a room to play them.

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Yooka Laylee Arriving Soon on SNES

Many, including myself await Yooka Laylee from Playtonic Games. It was successfully kickstarted and will be available on many platforms including PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

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Wonderboy – The Dragons Trap release date announced

If anyone remembers Wonder Boy III: Monster World on the Sega Genesis, then you are in for a treat. It was known as Wonder Boy III: The Dragons Trap on Sega Master System and Sega Game Gear, but due to such machines fading at the time, sales probably were not as good as they should […]

Blood on Your Hands: the Horror Series That Won Gamers’ Hearts

The modern generation of horror and zombie games have a lot of their success owed to their retro ancestors. There was a wave of fantastic zombie and horror survival games that hit the shelves throughout the ’90s–many of them weren’t perfect, but they broke the mold of how shocking game content could be.

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Super Mario Run Android Running Game Review, Meets Sonic the Hedgehog

Android owners have often complained that they don’t get the “big name” releases like iPhone does. Well, while that is often true, the truer statement is that iPhone gets those big-name releases first. Super Mario Run is no exception. iPhone gamers have been playing this game since December. Android users just got it a few […]

Story of Seasons Hilarious Graphical Glitch Gives Players a Full Moon

Story of Seasons: Trio of Town is the latest game in the series formerly known as Harvest Moon in the West. A mixture of the farming and social simulation genre, Story of Seasons is no stranger to hilarious, and often useful Glitches. Recently a user at the fan page Story of Seasons: Harvest Moon Friends on Facebook discovered […]

Zelda Theory: The Yiga Clan Revived Ganon? *Spoilers Ahead*

One of the biggest and most interesting locations in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Yiga Clan Hideout. Located in the by the mountains close to the desert, the Yiga Clan Hideout is packed with powerful enemies that can kill you in a single blow! Link has to sneak around, avoid detection, […]

Zelda Theory: Why is Hyrule a Medieval Kingdom? *Spoilers*

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild is a fantastic game. Packed with all sorts of discoveries and secrets, the game is also ripe with gaps that allow fans to fill in the holes. One such gap is the unusual setting of the game in which the story explains that after 10,000 years, Hyrule […]


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