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A look at the feature's history
July 12, 2017 - Ever since the Atari 7800, backwards compatibility has been a very cool hardware feature. Now that console manufacturers are striving to expand their compatible libraries, is partial backwards compatibility good enough or should we just keep our old consoles?
Read more: Partial Backwards Compatibility Just Doesn't Cut It
An underwhelming year for the expo
June 16, 2017 - For over 20 years, the Electronic Entertainment Expo has been showcasing all of the noteworthy upcoming games and gaming technology. Now that E3 2017 has wrapped, let's take a look at some highlights (and lowlights) from the expo.
Read more: E3 2017 Highlights: The Aftermath
Devils, Soviets, and weasels; oh my!
June 12, 2017 - Sony's second mainstream console has one of the most impressive libraries in gaming history. So, I put together this list of five underrated titles that are sure to impress. Enjoy!
Read more: PlayStation 2 Hidden Gems (Part 1)
Revisiting Ethan, Finn, Sonic, and Sloth
May 26, 2017 - Lego Dimensions expanded its content for series 2 by releasing three large Story Packs along with four Level Packs. Here, I'll focus on the Level Packs and give you a brief overview of what to expect. For more detail, be sure to click the links to my in-depth reviews.
Read more: Lego Dimensions: Series 2 Level Pack Review Roundup
Revelator rocks a new update
May 25, 2017 - Arc System Works' 2016 fighter just received a fresh coat of paint with this latest update. However, it may be difficult to decide if it's worth the asking price so allow me to break down all the new content.
Read more: Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2: A Look at What's Included
Shoot the core in 3D
May 25, 2017 - Although it doesn't feature an extensive library of shmups, the PlayStation 2 still has a handful of fantastic titles. Here, I'll take a look at five that were released in North America so put your seatbelt on and get ready for some awesome shooting action!
Read more: PlayStation 2 Shoot 'em Ups: Five Must-Have Titles
Beasts, busters, and Batman
May 24, 2017 - With Lego Dimensions having a fresh type of pack in its series 2 lineup, I've spent a lot of time playing through all of the new content. Here, I'll break down each Story Pack and provide links to my reviews for each one so please, enjoy!
Read more: Lego Dimensions: Series 2 Story Pack Review Roundup
A Marvelous game adaptation
May 10, 2017 - From Sam & Max to Back to the Future and The Walking Dead to Batman, Telltale Games have made many fantastic experiences based on popular franchises. Now that Guardians of the Galaxy is part of their library, let's take a look at it from a newbie's point of view.
Read more: Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy: A Noob's Perspective
Fun but far from revolutionary
May 2, 2017 - Now available as a free open-beta, Games of Glory brings solid team-based battles to PlayStation 4 and Steam. It definitely doesn't reinvent the genre but you might be surprised by how tight its competitive online matches are so let's take a deeper look.
Read more: Games of Glory: Simple Online Twin-Stick Mayhem
Five games worth revisiting
April 30, 2017 - Although the gaming industry keeps moving forward, digging up games from the past can result in some delightful surprises. Here, I'll take a look at five gems from the original Xbox's library. Maybe you'll discover some treasures to add to your collection, too.
Read more: Xbox Hidden Gems (Part 1)