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Rockbot Review, Fanmade Mega Man Game Rocks

Okay, it is pretty clear that Capcom are transitioning down with their new IPs and rebooting of classic titles.  That is bad news for everyone but Street Fighter fans, which apparently writes checks in its sleep.  Well, there is a dedicated group of fans that are not content with letting Capcom’s blue bomber sit idly […]


Yesterday in Gaming History: “Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2” or “BMX PG”

Until its demise in 2004, Acclaim, had the only legitimate claim to be a rival to Activision’s action sports franchise, although with a roster not nearly as deep. What Acclaim lacked in depth, it made up in quality, and yes, I’m pretending BMX XXX never existed. While I thoroughly enjoyed “Aggressive Inline,” and have written […]


Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker—Portable Espionage Action

You know, with the controversies surrounding Hideo Kojima’s discharge from Konami and the so-so sales of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, the future of this beloved franchise and its legendary creator are uncertain, but it is certain that MGSV will likely be the franchise’s swan song while still in Konami’s hands.


Today in Gaming History: Aggressive Inline or Tony Hawk’s Eight-Wheeled Skater

Thirteen years ago on August 23, 2002 a game that was very near and dear to my heart as a teenager, Aggressive Inline made its debut. Well technically, that’s when the Xbox version was released. In the United Kingdom and Germany. I had the American PlayStation 2 version which was released on May 29 of […]


Pac-Man 256 Review, the Classic Title is now an Endless Runner and It Rocks

Okay, messing with the classics can be a tough thing to do right.  Just look at what happened in the late 90’s with Battlezone by Activision.  What a mess that was.  There have been a few other attempts over the years to update classics such as Asteroids, Battlezone, Missile Command and more but those were […]


The Game Preserve Provides Texas Gamers with Fun and History

If you find yourself in The Woodlands, TX driving north on I-45 from Houston, and you exit and turn left onto Sawdust Rd., and you see a Walgreens on the left about half a mile down, do yourself a favor and turn in. Go past the Walgreens, past the Radio Shack and past the FedEx […]


Curses ‘N Chaos Review, See How the Windows Version Stands Up to Heritage

Before I start this review, I have to be clear that Curses ‘N Chaos is not a Ghouls ‘n Ghosts ripoff in any way.  Sure, both use pixels to convey their charms and a few enemies are shared between the games but that is about the end of the similarities.  Curses ‘N Chaos is quite […]

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Review: Switchblade for the CPC Gaming Computer

For 10,000 years he slept.  His mind feeding on the nightmares of the weak. Now he has awakened, as the night bled crimson the fireblade shattered and its power died.  Then the slaughter began.  They never thought he would return.  Now HAVOK reigns the under city. I am Hiro, the last of the bladeknights, I […]


Review: World 1-1

Gaming has been involved in general culture since they were first introduced to players.  We have seen movies feature games in the background, sometimes in the spotlight of scenes, but few documentaries have been produced on our favorite hobby.  Thanks to independent film makers, Jeanette Garcia and Daryl Rodriguez, we can add World 1-1 to […]

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Review: Dungeon Heroes for Windows

Hard as nails, turn based, dungeon crawling epics are just not being made like they used to.  Throw in a first person view, multiple party members and even more challenge and you have just narrowed down the few releases we do see to hardly nothing.  That is where the homebrew community comes in, these guys […]

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