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PS1 Collecting: Thirteen Must-Haves For Anyone on a Budget

If there’s an easier system to pick up and start collecting for than the original Sony PlayStation, I’ve yet to find it. The biggest entry point obstacle to collecting on old school systems is usually buying the console itself, but the PS1 is so ubiquitous and inexpensive it’s absurd. Twenty years ago, putting a PlayStation […]

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 […]

Month of August: Oddballs in Gaming!

Almost everyone in the world has experienced having an oddball or two in their family. That one strange uncle we never speak about until the family reunion. Perhaps even that quiet cousin who collects the bones of dead animals in his garage! Well, videogames are no different to people in this regard. A lot of […]

12 Sega Games Worth Serious Money

If you own the Limited Edition of Ecco The Dolphin on Sega Mega Drive it could be worth almost £1,000. Read on to discover some other valuable Mega Drive games.

The Bonds Shared with the Virtual World

Reality is one of the hardest things to face in our lives. The constant struggle that we face every day can make even the simplest of task extremely daunting. But, sometimes at the end of the day all you want to do is take a breather, lie down for a second, and connect with those […]

Today in Gaming History: 3 Ninjas Kick Back

In an era long since passed there was a series of movies with the name 3 Ninjas which were very corny. 3 Ninjas had 3 sequels and they would each earn less money than the previous iteration. This was until 1998 when 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain released to put the final nail […]

This Day in Gaming History: EarthBound

21 Years ago in the world of the 90’s North America received in its shores a game called EarthBound on the Super Nintendo. The story of a 10 year old boy called Ness and his 3 little friend’s journey to save Earth from an alien menace called Giygas. Yet, back then there were few who […]

Essential Amstrad CPC sports games

In the 1980’s It seemed whenever software companies were stuck for ideas they’d always bring out a new sports game, the concept still rings true today. Matchday was the essential football / soccer game on the CPC in the early years then there was the sequel Matchday 2 that boasted much more enhanced improvements to the […]

Alex Kidd in Miracle World Modded to Become Radaxian Rumble for Sega Master System

The Sega Master System is one of those consoles that was better than it is perceived to be by the gaming audience.  Take off the Nintendo Entertainment System colored glasses and look at the SMS with a clear head and you will see it gets a worse rap than it deserves.  While the game library […]

Cruisin’ USA Powerslides Onto the Nintendo 64: Today in History- December 3rd 1996

Having lived through the build up to the launch, the launch and the gaming drought shortly thereafter of the Nintendo 64 has given me a rather unique point of view when looking back in these historical articles.  The build up for Cruisin’ USA was HUGE, it was to be THE game that got gamers to […]


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