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Playstation Agony, Part 3: Dukes of Hazzard: Racing For Home

It’s now week three of this nonsense, and I’m taking a break from my standard office routine of editing random articles in Wikipedia to honor my editor’s contributions to pop culture. Quick fact: did you know it was RGM’s own Carl Williams’s behavior that inspired Whale to write and record their 1995 alt-rock hit, “Hobo […]

Powerpuff Girls Chemical X-Traction

PlayStation Agony, Part 2: PowerPuff Girls Chemical X-Traction

Having survived the wretchedness that was The Simpsons Wrestling last week, I reached into the bag to discover what new form of torment my punishment would take this Sunday. I’d keep a positive attitude about this, but when Carl, my boss, picks the topic of discussion I can only be positive he’s gone out of […]

Acme Animation Factory Gives Gamers Small Taste of Cartoon Creation – Today in Retro Gaming – November 5th, 1994

You can tell how mainstream a console is based on the more “off the wall” titles that it received.  For many this is experimental titles such as My Disney Kitchen on the original Playstation.  This can also be gauged by how many Barbie games a console has available.  Let’s go back a little further and […]

Tiny Toon Adventures Busts Onto Sega Genesis – Today in History – February 7th, 1993

When Sega released Sonic onto the world, it just furthered the notion that every company needed a mascot.  This was particularly true for console manufacturers- there needed to be an exclusive game series that was ONLY on one platform to entice gamers to buy into it.  This was also true for third parties though, especially […]

Atari Shuts Down the 7800 – Today in History – January 1st, 1992

A good six year run is what the Atari 7800 had in North America.  It could have been longer had Atari played their cards right in licensing the NES.  They didn’t and it cost them dearly.  Interestingly, the Atari 7800 was announced a good two years BEFORE it was released.  They announced it in mid-1984 […]

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 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 […]


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