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RETRO MONTH: Pokemon Gen One Review

Generation one of Pokémon came out during the late 90s nearing the end of the game boys life span to be exact red and blue were released in North America on September 30, 1998 whereas Pokémon yellow was released October 1999 as a follow up to the two launch games red and blue. Originally it was in... Read On

RETRO MONTH: Wild Guns Review

RETRO MONTH: Wild Guns Review

Anyone who knows me very well knows that my all-time favorite game is this one…Wild Guns! I fucking love it! It combines two things I am interested in, Westerns(Modern) and Steampunk. Most of the time, you’ll come across sites that have a list of stuff like “Awesome Games Nobody Pl... Read On

RETRO MONTH: Turok 2: Seeds Of Evil

RETRO MONTH: Turok 2: Seeds Of Evil

Its funny going back playing a game you haven’t played in  a while. In honor of Retro Month, I thought long and hard about  that influenced me the most as a gamer, and eventually I came up with Turok 2(also because my friend Katy called Kingdom Hearts 2 before me). A lot of my video game fi... Read On

RETRO MONTH – Little Nemo: The Dream Master

RETRO MONTH – Little Nemo: The Dream Master

June 2012 means retro game review time at Koku Gamer. Now this was an easy choice for me personally. While this task does pose a little bit of a challenge to remember all the things necessary to write a worth while review, it also fills me with a bit of excitement. Memories of waking up early on the... Read On

Final Fantasy: The Chronicles

Final Fantasy: The Chronicles

So when it comes to Final Fantasy there are a few different generations of gamers in the timeline of its history. There are gamers like myself that started at the beginning with Final Fantasy in 1987. The next generation in the fandom was Final Fantasy VI (aka FFIII in the US). Then Square made a sm... Read On

Google Maps 8-Bit Edition

Google Maps 8-Bit Edition

The April Fools Day prank for Google brought us two things; The first is the video below stating how Google was releasing a version of Google Maps for the NES system and the second was an 8 bit map with tons of Easter eggs which could be access by clicking the Quest button on the Google maps page. A... Read On

Golden Sun

Golden sun was originally released on the Nintendo Gameboy Advance system, and was designed to bring a new RPG series into the world that could rival any. And I am pleased to say that it definitely brings a lot to the table. Developer Camelot had the game in the works almost a full year before the r... Read On

Megaman Battle Network

Megaman Battle Network was the first Megaman game on the Game Boy Advance. Released almost 8 months after Japan received the game, Battle Network is truly a new breed of Megaman game. Its not the typical side scrolling shoot em up game that dedicated fans of the series (like myself) are use to, but ... Read On

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons

The Legend of Zelda has been one of if not the most popular and successful video game franchises of all time. I’ve been a huge fan since I could remember, and love the feeling I get every time I pick up a brand new Zelda game for the first time. The installments on handheld systems were a huge mov... Read On

Final Fight 3: Why you should love this game, you jerk!

Ever played Final Fight? If you just said no, shame on you; you probably like Streets of Rage instead. Most people don’t even know there are sequels to the original Final Fight, and that’s just sad. Gritty, urban beatdowns to a catchy, classic Capcom soundtrack… Every Final Fight g... Read On

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