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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 […]


10 Classics that Let You Build Your Own Levels before Super Mario Maker

To say Super Mario Maker is a smash hit release is quite an understatement.  The 2D sandbox game had reached a million units sold worldwide in about 20 days, according to reports.  This is interesting considering the hell Nintendo constantly gets for the Wii U, something that goes back to the Nintendo 64 days and […]

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Anna Fuda Project: Eden, New Run and Gun from Collectorvision Coming to Next Gen Systems

Collectorvision Games have been steadily keeping their collective heads pointed forward over the years.  Even though the RETRO VGS is currently regrouping (Collectorvision were making the pack-in title), Collectorvision are continuing work on another 2D side scrolling action game, Anna Fuda Project: Eden.  Jean-Francois Dupuis, owner of Collectorvision Games, released some very basic information on […]


The 2nd Great Video Game Crash and how it could Be Stopped

The video game industry had a crash in 1983/1984 that nearly ended our favorite pastime for good.  During this period there were many gaming consoles available, lots of games and many developers that were popping up out of nowhere and just as quickly disappearing.  It was a horrific time for fans of gaming that lived […]


Capcom Announces Arabian Fighter for Street Fighter V on 9/11, and that’s perfectly OK

So. Nine-Eleven. That infamous moment in American history that even fourteen years later, still seems to ring true in the hearts of many a jingoistic American as one of the most important moments of the 21st Century. While I’m not going to rant about the sociopolitical aspects of this day of remembrance (partially out of […]


Wacky Wednesday: Sony, Square, Sega and the 9-9-99 Debacle

There are many ways to deliver a “screw you” message to your competition in this day and age, everything from hastily-blasted Twitter insults to full-blown industrial espionage. We see this sort of thing happen every day, but it’s not often the fates align to create truly monumental levels of cock-blocking, dick-waving tributes to the fine […]


Yesterday in Gaming History: “Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX 2” or “BMX PG”

Until its demise in 2004, Acclaim, had the only legitimate claim to be a rival to Activision’s action sports franchise, although with a roster not nearly as deep. What Acclaim lacked in depth, it made up in quality, and yes, I’m pretending BMX XXX never existed. While I thoroughly enjoyed “Aggressive Inline,” and have written […]


9 Times Developers Screwed the Console Manufacturers

It has not always been all happy and go lucky days in video games.  No, back in the day we had some real controversial things going on, mostly behind the scenes but quite a few made it to the fanbase (such as the Tengen situation).  There are poop monsters shooting a questionable brown projectile at […]


Mortal Kombat X Not Coming to Last Gen Consoles, We Look at Reasons Why

You read that headline right, Mortal Kombat X is no longer coming to the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3 (Nintendo Wii  owners welcome their fellow gamers).  It seems that Mortal Kombat X on the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3 just didn’t measure up to the quality of the Playstation 4 and Xbox One […]


Today in Gaming History: Aggressive Inline or Tony Hawk’s Eight-Wheeled Skater

Thirteen years ago on August 23, 2002 a game that was very near and dear to my heart as a teenager, Aggressive Inline made its debut. Well technically, that’s when the Xbox version was released. In the United Kingdom and Germany. I had the American PlayStation 2 version which was released on May 29 of […]

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