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A Retro Gamer’s 12 Days Of Christmas: The Third Day, Omikron: The Nomad Soul

On the third day of Christmas my true love sent to me, three french hens. Ah the french. A great people who have given us french fries, the french coffee press, and the Napoleon complex. Delectable culinary delights and phallic insecurities aside, France is also home to several magnifique game developers which includes Quantic Dream. […]

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 […]

Rock and Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution: Video Game’s Greatest Rock Hits

In memoriam of Malcolm Young, the co-founder of the epic rock band AC/DC. I present to those about to rock, the greatest hits of rock themed video games.

Grand Shooter Android

Grand Shooter on Android Review, Virtua Cop Fans to the Right

The Virtua Cop franchise, I remember playing these games fondly in the dingy arcade on the first floor of Park Plaza Mall here in Little Rock and at home on my Sega Saturn. I remember playing Virtua Cop 1 a lot when it first hit Aladdin’s Castle in University Mall (about two blocks from Park […]

My Favorite Gaming Hidden Gems, Part Two: Dark Summit (2001, PlayStation 2)

I’ve been playing and collecting video games since the early 1980’s, and while there’s something to be said for enjoying the greats of the gaming world, there’s no better feeling for me than picking out something I’d never heard of, throwing it into my system, and being unable to tear myself away from it because […]

My Favorite Gaming Hidden Gems, Part One: Snoopy and the Red Baron (1983, Aari 2600)

I’ve been playing and collecting video games since the early 1980’s, and while there’s something to be said for enjoying the greats of the gaming world, there’s no better feeling for me than picking out something I’d never heard of, throwing it into my system, and being unable to tear myself away from it because […]

Crime Fighters

Crime Fighters Arcade Review, a Fighting Game so Cheap You Cannot Stop Playing

Konami used to make some great games. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (arcade and home versions other than the original NES game). Contra, Castlevania, Gradius, and X-Men (arcade) to name a few. One title that fans seem to have forgotten Konami released (or is it a willing “slip” of memory?) is a little arcade game called […]

A Further Six Absurdly Difficult D&D Adventures (That Are Not ‘Tomb of Horrors’)

This week, I celebrated my birthday. That’s right, Modern Zorker has turned the great four-oh (though I prefer to think of it as “21 with 19 additional levels in the Geek Prestige Class”). To celebrate, I’ve invited one of the best friends I had growing up: Dungeons & Dragons! And because nothing says ‘Happy Birthday!’ […]

Cuphead

Cuphead Review

Taking on the challenge of Cuphead is a unique difficulty for a gamer to face. For years gamers have been hand held through tough parts, been handed so much, and generally did not notice their skills withering and dying. Don’t worry, a game like Cuphead will either put hair on your gamer chest or it […]

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