I need a shovel for all these cartridges. No, a backhoe.
We're taking another, longer, more loving look at the NES game library this month, and there's so much to love. Even the cheese. From the top-notch classics to the knockoff nostalgia, everyone's got a favorite
My part of the world is straddling spring and summer, the heat is up outside, and I am
To top off a lazy Sunday afternoon, I bring you the third installment of gems from the Genesis. Did you know that a total of 897 titles are known to have been released for the Mega Drive/Genesis from 1988 to 1997? During that time, Sega
I have returned to you swiftly with three more arbitrarily chosen titles for the Sega Mega Drive, also known as The Genesis. Having already extolled the virtues of the console itself in part one of this series, I will spare you the repetition. The Genesis
Listen, before you say anything, Genesistravanganza would have been too easy, not to mention way too long of a word. You can't just make up words that long
All right, RetroFans. Let's crack the cork on three more vintage titles for the console heard round the world during the 80s. The NES library is more like a jungle than a well, and it's easy to get bogged down. Thankfully, the breadth of titles
Welcome back, boils and ghouls! It's time for the second chunk of meat in the three-course massacre I've dubbed the NEStravaganza. I plan to get full-on Sawyer family with this one, so strap on your drool cups and fasten your restraints. I'm plucking both weeds
I'm very sorry for the delay in new articles this month, folks. I found myself at a loss as to what I should crack into. I like to keep things as fresh as possible (when I'm not spending six articles mocking video game box art),
I have been neglectful in my duties, my friends. Let me explain. We look at piles and piles of games, both good and bad, for “every system.” Right? We try to be broad in our search, and in our examinations of what we find; I
At the end of last month, we looked at three titles from the year 1987, taking stock of their pros and cons thirty years after their original release. I like to think of the process as something between an honest review, a nostalgic look back,
I'll start this off the way I like to start as many conversations as possible these days: I have a ton of emulators now, not to mention a handful of working consoles. Every moment I don't spend writing, doing other work, playing D&D, sleeping, reading,
Lunacy awaits you. Dive down into the unthinkable abyss with Bryan as he examines three games on the outside end of sensibility.