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Color A Dinosaur: An Analysis Of A Masterpiece

Throughout all the years that I have spent playing video games, one question that has stuck firmly with me is the topic on whatever or not they can be considered art. While many have offered varying viewpoints on this, I can

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REVIEW: Cheetahmen (1991, Action 52/NES) *100th ARTICLE!!!*

Every once in a while, there comes a game that is so relentlessly, unabashedly awful that it manages to go down in the history books. Action 52 is one of those games. Noted for attempting to break the mold by featuring

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REVIEW: Little Samson (1992, NES)

Despite having a pivotal role in the history of games, Taito is one of those companies that for some reason, no one ever seems to talk about anymore. Because of this, many titles developed and published by them have went

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REVIEW: The Fantastic Adventures of Dizzy (1991, NES)

Whenever people think of noteworthy individuals in the gaming market, some of the more “recognizable” ones, such as Shigeru Miyamoto, tend to come to mind. However, that’s not to say one of the lesser-highlighted ones don’t have strong followings/legacies of

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REVIEW: Wally Bear and the NO! Gang (1992, NES)

Greetings, retr0pians. Back in the day, one of the most prominent issues in our youth was the usage of drugs – an issue that was so prominent, in fact, that just about every medium of entertainment had to go out

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