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Crystal Dynamics Gex 3DO PlayStation Sega Saturn

Crystal Dyanamics Turns 25 Years Old, Buckle Up for Ride Down Memory Lane

Raise your hand if you remember the early days of Crystal Dynamics. The days of Off-World Interceptor and Total Eclipse on 3DO, Solar Eclipse on Sega Saturn. Who can forget Gex, Legacy of Kain, and Tomb Raider more recently? Yep, the company behind those games is turning 25 years old. I remember the days when […]

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.

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 […]

Morphite Android Crescent Moon Games

Morphite Launches on Nintendo Switch Tomorrow

You know what rocks? Just about anything by Crescent Moon Games. This company has a proven track record of releasing some quality games and it appears that Morphite is no different. From 2-Bit Cowboy to Paper Monsters, if Crescent Moon Games made it, it probably rocks. The cool news here is that Morphite launches on […]

8-Bit Adventure Anthology Volume One

8-Bit Adventure Anthology Volume One Features Point and Click Classics

The world of adventure games is a wild one. Especially when you venture into the computer side of the equation where point and click adventures used to battle with text adventures and role-playing games alike. On consoles, it was a different story – text adventures were non-existent and role-playing games only picked up steam as […]

Armed, Unreleased Sega Saturn Game, is Unearthed

Discovering long lost unreleased games from yesteryear is always fun, but can sometimes come with mixed emotions. The discovery of a working prototype of Armed, which was cancelled mid way through its development, is one of those instances when it comes with mixed emotions.

Final Fantasy IX HD Remake for Playstation 4

Final Fantasy IX PSOne Versus PlayStation 4 Comparison Video

When a new console arrives it is only natural for gamers to want more games. One of the quickest ways for developers to deliver new games is to offer remakes. For some fans this is great news, for others it is an annoyance. I personally like remakes if they are moderated a bit – release […]

Shadow of the Colossus PlayStation 4

Shadow of the Colossus PlayStation 2, 3, 4 Comparison

Any chance I can get to write about Shadow of the Colossus or Robowarrior is going to result in my writing another 300+ words on them. Just the way things are. Since there is no HD Robowarrior Remake I am aware of, it is time to focus on Shadow of the Colossus on the PlayStation […]

PS2 Collecting – Thirteen Must-Have Titles For Any New Collector on a Budget

PS2 collecting, especially if you’re just getting started and didn’t grow up with the system, can be overwhelming: the system’s complete game library clocks in at over eighteen hundred titles, and that’s not counting cross-regional variants where the same game was released in multiple territories. The good news is, not only is the PS2 hardware […]

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 […]

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