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Review: Asteroids: Recharged

Early gaming has always fascinated me to some extent. Given that video gaming itself can largely be tracked to scientists goofing off on an oscilloscope to eventually grow into a lucrative and profitable economic mainstay is ridiculous feat in such a short amount of time. While they are merely a shadow of their former selves
20 Feb 2020
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Review: SEGA AGES Puyo Puyo 2

Arcade classics have been making the great voyage to the Nintendo Switch for what feels like forever at this point. In fact, you’d probably have better luck at guessing which popular arcade titles aren’t on the Switch than listing those with ports, or off-shoot battle royale remakes.
8 Oct 2019
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Review: BurgerTime Party!

Let me preface this review by saying that I’m definitely old enough to remember the early arcade days, when gaming meant going out to an arcade, bowling alley, or other sort of fun center and popping quarters into arcade cabinets. Yes, they still exist, but in the US, arcades are a shadow of their former
15 Jul 2011
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Retro Moment: Let Us Revisit The XBAND!

For those not initiated: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XBAND The XBAND, an admittedly clunky device, was one of my first steps towards online gaming as a youngin’. It was tough choosing between the SNES and the Genesis version, but I ultimately went with Genesis since it supported more titles I was playing at the time. (Plus I preferred NBA