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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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retr0spective: Sucker Punch Productions (Part One)

The PlayStation franchise’s iconic longevity can be attributed to a number of things, but one of them is none other than their significantly diverse line-up of developers. Although a handful of them are not owned by Sony, it can’t be

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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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COMING SOON: Top 10 Best Retro Game Sequels/Spin-Offs

When something becomes wildly popular, it’s only a matter of time before the creators or owners of the aforementioned thing start getting dollar bills for eyes. This is nothing new, though – in fact, it’s been going on for decades upon

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SYSTEM SMACK-DOWN: The Adventures of Batman and Robin (SNES, Genesis)

Over the past several decades, Batman has had what can best be described as an interesting history with games. Aside from the mostly globally-praised Arkham saga and the newly-arrived Telltale mini-series, many games featuring the Dark Knight have ranged from being

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REVIEW: Donkey Kong Country (1994, SNES)

(THE FOLLOWING REVIEW CONTAINS WHAT WILL MOST LIKELY BE A CONTROVERSIAL OPINION ON WHAT IS OTHERWISE A POSITIVELY-RECEIVED GAME. WITH THAT SAID, CARRY ON.) So…Donkey Kong Country. What can I say about it that practically every single human being on the

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