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Top 3 Import Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

Once more into the trenches, fellow Retromaniacs! This week, the studlier, more ruggedly handsome, infinitely cooler Michael (aka MichaelBtheGameGenie) raised a new topic which requires our input. Today’s video, which you should absolutely go and watch before you get any further into this column, requests his legions to choose and explain their Top 3 Import […]

Forever Alone on Story of Seasons?

Story of Seasons, formerly known as Harvest Moon, is a game about farming and marriage. Many gamers will remember their first spouse as probably their favorite one, and have fond memories of the courtship process. Although not every game in the series features marriage… I’m looking at you Harvest Moon GB 1 and 2, nearly […]

Import Review: Xenosaga I+II (DS)

Xenogears is my favorite game of all-time, and I was also a huge fan of the spiritual successor on the PS2, Xenosaga. So when I heard that Monolith Soft was developing a DS port of the first two games, I was pretty excited. That enthusiasm was also mixed with a bit of confusion, because I […]

Tetris Attack Forgets Namesake Puzzler on Super Nintendo – Today in Retro Gaming – August 4th, 1996

Tetris Attack was an awesome game.  Too bad it had to rip off the Tetris name as that probably should have been saved for a true puzzle game in the series.  What we got in Tetris Attack was a Nintendo-ized puzzle game that was pretty much all new for the North American market.  You might […]

Oddballs in Gaming: Paper Mario: Sticker Star

  The Paper Mario series was Nintendo’s response to a lack of RPG’s featuring Mario for many years. A series known for its colorful variety of characters and humor, it reached a highpoint during the GameCube era. Paper Mario: The Thousand Year door was a fantastic game with memorable characters and many surprises to be […]

Revenge of the License: Densha de Go! Series

Here’s a new twist for this column. Instead of looking at a game that takes its inspiration from a comic, film, television show, cartoon, or book, today I’m going to look at a series which licenses its game play from the best source on Earth: real life. In this case, miles and miles of railroad […]

Inazuma Eleven 2: Blizzard—Soccer Ball Z

Ah, Association Football—the sport of the world. Known to most simply as Football (except in countries like Australia and the United States, which both refer to it as Soccer for the sake of not confusing it with their own respective versions of Football), it is a remarkably simple game which has often been seen as […]

Game Hack: Super Mario Bros 64 DS Becomes Sunshine 64 DS

The Super Mario Bros franchise has been a hit for Nintendo, which is a fact.  There is no doubting that Nintendo’s overall success has been greatly influenced by their little Italian plumber.  Even though Mario is huge for Nintendo, that doesn’t mean that his exploits always reach the platform that fans would like them to.  […]

Got An iPad or iPhone and Love Nintendo?

Following up the success of the recent game collection apps article on Android devices, I thought it would be a good idea to listen the feedback from readers across the Internet and do a Nintendo centric version of the article.  Here I have collected several Apps off of iTunes that cater to a different Nintendo […]

Bandit Gaming: Aperture Science DS (Portable Portal)

This post is from Gaming on Nintendo: Portal is obviously a successful series, one that holds the distinction of being the first to make this writer actually upgrade the old computer to something newer that could run a recent title. Since we probably will never see an official release of Portal on Nintendo DS/3DS we […]


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