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Free Game Friday #1

Yes folks, it’s time to look at a few games that have fallen under the radar. All of them have the amazing price of FREE as the title of the article suggests. I will not be including “Freemium” games as they are not truly free they have in-app purchases. Is this going to be a […]

Top 3 Comic Book Games (Top 3 Tuesday)

Welcome, readers one and all, to the newest entry in Top 3 Tuesday! Today MichaelBtheGameGenie wants to know your thoughts on your three favorite games based on comic books (and you better get over there and watch his video before you start my article). Now I don’t want to spoil anything, but I will say that […]

Intrepid Izzy, a New Game in Development for Dreamcast and PC

Senile Team are known for high profile releases such as Beats of Rage and Rush Rush Rally Racing, both of which were met with universal praise and is regarded as one of the finest Dreamcast games of its genre. Rush Rush Rally Racing was even given a physical release for the Dreamcast and was given […]

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Major Fire Pro Wrestling Announcement Made

What classic gaming fan has not at least tried a Fire Pro Wrestling game over the years? Sure, the early releases were not ported over to North America but the later ones certainly were (I am looking at your GBA and Sega Dreamcast). For those that missed out on this iconic series so far, imagine […]

River City Ransom: Underground Hits Steam

The original River City Ransom game appeared on the NES back in 1989 and is regarded as one of the finest beat ’em ups to grace any videogame console. While initially receiving a rather lukewarm reception, the game picked up a cult following thanks to its novel fusion of beat ’em up and role-playing elements […]

Are Videogames Being Art Stopping Anyone From Purchasing Them?

Emotions, expression, and deep thoughts are concepts often invoked by games.  Similar notions can be obtained from art such as paintings, films, and sculptures. But are games truly an art? The Internet has been set on fire with this argument with sides arguing for both reasons why videogames are, or are not, considered as such […]

The Vicious Nintendo Downward Spiral

Let’s face it, people buy Nintendo consoles for their first-party titles. Having a large library of characters to choose from and a very creative team of developers plus access to all of the hidden abilities of their consoles, it’s no surprise that Nintendo games often (though not always) turn out great. In the meantime, though, […]

Princess Maker 2 Retrospective

A troubled production and problems during release ensured we would not see this game in the U.S. until 2016. A game where you can have the potential to raise a godly or demonic child, it was fully translated when it was axed. But what exactly makes Princess Maker 2 so unique? What is it about […]

Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders is Out on Kickstarter

We have seen plenty of games appear on the popular crowdfunding website Kickstarter for various videogame projects over the years, but not many with various different platforms planned. Escape 2042: The Truth Defenders, a brand new 2D platform game from OrionSoft, is being developed for four different platforms: Mega Drive/Genesis, Dreamcast, Game Boy, and Windows.

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SpiritSphere Review

On paper, SpiritSphere sounds like a great concept and all around wonderful idea. As stated by its own creator, it is a mixture of The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past graphics and air hockey. Both of these games are of great fun separately and in an ideal world, they would be even […]


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