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Corpse Party Review

Corpse Party Review

WARNING: This review may contain in-game images of violence and gore. Viewer discretion is advised…but I know you won’t listen, anyway. Very few games in the past have creeped me out or gave me nightmares. One in particular scared the shit out of me and my brother so bad, that we had nig... Read On

Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Review

Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Review

Since his debut on the Nintendo Gameboy in 1992, Kirby has become a well-loved and notable character in Nintendo’s ever growing cadre of characters. He’s pretty much right up there in popularity with Link and Mario and even though his series library isn’t as large as theirs, Kirby ... Read On

Chrono Trigger Review

Chrono Trigger Review

“Crono…” “Crono!” “Good morning, Crono!” That’s the first set of dialogue you see when you start the game, and it has been more memorable than Aeris’s death. The Chrono Trigger franchise has definitely set its mark as one of the greatest RPGs of ... Read On

Revival Selection Review Pt. 2 – CODE: Veronica X

Revival Selection Review Pt. 2 – CODE: Veronica X

In my last review for the Resident Evil Revival Selection release, I reviewed Resident Evil 4. Well this time, it’s the remaining game in the release, Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X. Originally released in 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast, CODE: Veronica was a continuation of the RE series, featuri... Read On

Revival Selection Review Pt. 1 – Resident Evil 4

Revival Selection Review Pt. 1 – Resident Evil 4

Since the series debut in 1996, the Resident Evil series has become a major milestone in the zombie and survival-horror genre of games. Created by Shinji Mikami, this particular series is well-known and loved throughout the gaming community for its innovation, character development, story evolution ... Read On

Final Fantasy VI Review

Final Fantasy VI Review

Very few games out nowadays have good character development. Some are dry, some are lame and some just aren’t there. It’s not like there is no room for improvement, but let’s face it…most games that are new tend to focus on shiny graphics and over-the-top gameplay. So, where ... Read On

Pokemon Black/White Mall Tour Coverage

Pokemon Black/White Mall Tour Coverage

Pokemon…it’s Japan’s effort to control the minds of people all over the world…and it’s working! If you aren’t familiar with Pokemon(If not, you have fucking problems.), here is a little history: Created in 1996 by Satoshi Tajiri, Pokemon was originally released as... Read On

Secret of Mana Review

Secret of Mana…such a good game. Most people have played this throughout their glory days on the SNES when they were younger. Or if you’re like me, you play it and beat it once a year. The fact that this game utilizes so many different features and peripherals of the SNES makes it quite ... Read On

Video Power Review

I decided to review something from my childhood. It is Retro, and it does have to do with games. Now, I’m not sure if anyone remembers this show, or if it even aired in your town/country. I’m talking about Video Power. Yeah! The game show that was all about video gaming. Hosted by a self... Read On

U.N. Squadron Review

U.N. Squadron Review

Recently, I was picking around one of my favorite video game stores that still sells SNES, NES, and other retro games and I bought 2 items that caught my eye. Out of the two, only one of them was worth blogging about. That game…is U.N. Squadron! Oh yeah! Originally released in Japan under the ... Read On

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