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A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The Eleventh Day, Pipe Mania

On the eleventh day of Christmas my true love sent to me, eleven pipers piping Eleven pipers piping is obviously a reference to playing a wind instrument and if you would like to explore the use of such a device in the world of gaming might I suggest Super Mario Bros. 3, The Legend of […]

Super Mario Cereal

Nintendo Re-Enters Cereal Market with Super Mario Cereal

Cereal, the crunchy stuff that companies attempt to tell us is all a part of a healthy breakfast. When in all seriousness, most of the nutrition here comes from the milk that you pour on it. That has not stopped hundreds of companies from attempting to take over the cereal market and all the profits […]

Nintendo Famicom Disc System

Three Famicom Disc System Games See English Fan Translations Released

The Nintendo Famicom Disc System is an oddity that we never got here in North America. For the most part, we got the cream of the crop as far as games released for this add-on but there are still some interesting games that were Japan only releases. Three of those Japan only releases are now […]

Santa's Magical Christmas Sleigh

New Kickstarter Brings Santa’s Magical Christmas Sleigh to Life

New Nintendo Entertainment System games don’t pop up all that often. Santa’s Magical Christmas Sleigh is just such a new title. What is cool here is, it is a 2D side scrolling action game – a genre that is not all that often explored anymore. Add to the mix a very jolly holiday theme and […]

My Favorite Gaming Hidden Gems, Part Three: Metal Marines (1993, SNES)

Prior to the PlayStation, which got ports of games like Command & Conquer and Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat, military strategy sims are in short supply, and good military strategy sims are rarer than Detroit Lions championship rings. That’s not to say they don’t exist on the 16-bit machines, but task a gamer with […]

A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The Sixth Day, Joust

On the sixth day of Christmas my true love sent to me, six geese a laying. As inexplicable the bird theme is with this carol, the lyric “six geese a laying” could have been the inspiration for the game Joust. Albeit, during the better part of a drunken eggnog bender. Just think of it, a […]

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The Top Retro Games that Bring People Together

Video games are a social experience. Either through playing with people or chatting to them about games, it’s a widespread hobby with thousands of different niches and nuances, including retro gaming! But some games still reign higher than others: a great example would be comparing Blizzard’s World of Warcraft, which has brought millions of players […]

A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The Second Day, TMNT: Mutant Melee

On the second day of Christmas my true love gave to me, two turtle doves. Ninja turtles and Christmas go together like peanut butter and jelly, Link and Zelda, and Trump and Twitter. I remember many a Christmas morning tearing into a festively wrapped ninja turtle action playset box and happily facing off against the […]

A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The First Day, Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2

On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me, a partridge in a pear tree. You are probably asking yourself, how the hell did I get Tony Hawk Pro Skater out of the lyric “a partridge in a pear tree”? Well unfortunately, there is neither a version of Rock Band: The Partridge […]

5 Best Nintendo Switch Games That You Should Go for Now

Are you a yet another video-game freak? Then, the fantastic Nintendo Switch games are there for you as the next level of fun and excitement. It is an excellent game console which is creating a huge buzz nowadays. Haven’t you heard about the same yet? Well, I must say that these switch games are something […]

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