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Kao the Kangaroo Jumps onto Sega Dreamcast – Today in History – February 13th, 2001

Keep in mind, 15 plus years ago, 3D action adventure titles were all the rage.  This was caused by a little plumber who launched a memorable console in 1996.  This should not be any surprise to anyone reading this as about a decade prior, Mario did the same thing for 2D side scrolling action games.  […]

Today in Retro Gaming – Superman (N64)

One hundred and ninety-six countries, including all of Europe became signatories to the Geneva Convention back in 1949. Despite this documented historical fact, French developer Titus Software was, for reasons unknown to Amnesty International, the Red Cross, and the United Nations, permitted to release Superman on the Nintendo 64. The result, as you might have […]

Today in History: April 2nd, 1996- The Brainies Challenge Minds of Gamers on SNES

The Brainies, a title that was released on many computers half a decade earlier, is a puzzle title with a twist for the Super Nintendo.  When Titus released this game on the Super Nintendo, it was quite late in the life of Nintendo’s 16-Bit console.  Innovation and brain teasing challenge were being used heavily with […]


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