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Top 20 Nintendo (NES) Box Art

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For many, the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was one of the first game systems they owned. After the success of Atari and the unfortunate issue plaguing video game systems in the early 1980’s, NES was poised to either elevate the video game industry or put the last nail in its coffin. Due to a smart marketing idea of rebranding…

Then and Now: Indies Revolutionizing Retro Genres

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A few things never seem to go out of fashion: Mountain Dew, Cheetos, video games and shoehorning romance or social options into farming sims. Modern indie titles are bridging the technology generation gap, giving 30-somethings who fondly remember the Nintendo Entertainment System and its spinoffs bonding opportunities for the nerds and their geek spawn. These new indie games are…

Town & Country Surf Designs Review: Wood & Water Rage

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There are a few iconic sounds that remind you of your favorite games: Mario’s coins and one-ups, Sonic’s rings and drowning music, Joe Cool faceplanting and sliding on the pavement. “Ssssshhhh…” — that’s the sound that the world’s worst low-speed road rash makes when you fail at Town & Country Surf Designs: Wood & Water Rage for the Nintendo…

Creepy Brawlers Trailer – Horror Movie Punch Out-Like

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If you’re a fan of horror movies and the NES boxing classic “Punch Out”, then you’re going to love Mega Cats latest Frankenstein creation Creepy Brawlers! In Creepy Brawlers you take on the role of an underdog fighting his way to the top of the Underworld Championship. Square off against horror movie monsters like the wolfman, a clown on…

Top 5 Classic Nintendo Games To Play On Android

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by Kaya Johnson Today the doors to nostalgia are wide open and the classic Nintendo-inspired Android games are available at the touch of an Install button. Since the release of Super Mario Run on Android, the well-known game provider has set the goal to be one of the most powerful players in the mobile market. With visually stunning titles…

Captain Novolin – An “Educational Experience”

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By Lindsay Slattery Here’s a weird little story about an SNES cartridge that’s managed to stay in my possession for over 20 years now, despite the fact that it’s never given me an ounce of joy to fire up. Okay, that’s not completely true. When I set out to write this review, one word was on the forefront of…

Died of Dysentery: 10 Important Lessons Learned on the Oregon Trail

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A sub-generation of gamers came into the world as Generation X began to fade and before the Millennials took center stage. In the transformative years between the mid-to-late 1970s and the early 80s, Xennial kids discovered the nation not with tablets and smartphones, but on monochrome monitors with the lingering threat of virtual dysentery. The Oregon Trail! I bet…

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