In May of 1980, the world’s first genuinely marketable video game character made his debut and showed the public that video games were more than just “pew-pew”s and strolls through … Continue readingGaming’s Biggest Icon Celebrates His 42ND Anniversary
Indie developers typically chase the generations following the arcades regarding their source of inspiration. We’ve seen mountains upon mountains of “NES throwbacks” in the past ten years, so seeing a brand new … Continue readingGalacticon Is a Fresh Arcade Game in 2022 With a $500 Grand Prize
Kao The Kangaroo was among the platforming mascots that never set the world on fire when he first debuted on the Sega Dreamcast in late 2000. It followed the hallway-based level … Continue readingKao the Kangaroo reboot is shaping up to be a winner, arrives this summer
To be perfectly blunt, the browsing process on the Switch Eshop has been awful from the very beginning. I know I’m not alone when I say that simply trying to … Continue readingOne Best Way to Browse for Switch Deals in 2022
People are calling 2021 the “Year Of The Backlog” due to many anticipated titles being pushed back into 2022 and beyond. I’ve spent the better half of this year finishing … Continue reading“Hyperstone Heist” is Better than Turtles In Time
One of the Animation Studios that we love the most is celebrating this year, and we wanted to be in on the celebration. Studio Trigger celebrated its 10th Anniversary this … Continue readingStudio Trigger Continues 10th Anniversary Celebration
Every Blerd on the planet keeps their eyes on LeSean Thomas and what he’s doing. The Blerd himself is creating anime with a vision for Black representation purposes. Even I’ve … Continue readingYasuke Review
Before SEGA indeed established a name for themselves in the North American market with the Sega Genesis (and of course the world’s most famous hedgehog- happy belated birthday), they fought to … Continue readingAlex Kidd In Miracle World DX Brings Back SEGA Cult Classic. Thoughts?