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An inconvenient way to play subpar games
October 7, 2015 - Nintendo has a long history of taking chances when it comes to hardware; from the embarrassment that was Virtual Boy to the astronomical success of Wii. Here, I'll explore one of their lesser known products so please, enjoy!
Read more: Dusting off the Nintendo e-Reader
Rockman dashes into the 3D realm
September 28, 2015 - Although we don't see much of Mega Man these days, his legacy lives on in many classic series. In this retrospective, I'll take a look at his 3D debut, a spin-off, a sequel, and what the future has in store for the delightful digger.
Read more: Digging up the Mega Man Legends Series
What is the secret of his power?
July 7, 2015 - From Alex Kidd to Vectorman, Sega had a ton of series that are unfortunately now buried in the past. Wonder Boy is one such series. The perfect combination of platforming, action, adventure, role-playing, and arcade elements created incredibly addictive gameplay set in fantastical worlds. Let's take a look back and remember a time when kids could freely buy alcohol from dragon bartenders.
Read more: Wonder Boy: Reminiscing About Monster World
No DLC required
May 3, 2015 - It may not have been that long ago, but the golden age of retro collections is behind us. With the increasing popularity of digital downloads, the concept of having all your favourite games on one disc is now a thing of the past.
Read more: An Obituary for Classic Game Compilations
Playing with bombs is a blast
April 27, 2015 - Throughout gaming history, few games have perfected timeless multiplayer gameplay. Bomberman is unquestionably one of these select few, so I decided to write about the series to remember a time when blowing up your friends wasn't done in first-person.
Read more: Bomberman: A Look Back at Explosive Multiplayer Madness