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“Majora’s Mask – Terrible Fate” Is A Beautiful Fanimated Short

Majora’s Mask – Terrible Fate Time’s End II is the follow up to Theophany’s original remix album of Majora’s Mask, released in 2012. Building on the apocalyptic themes of Majora’s Mask, the new album explores Link’s journey through Woodfall and the southern swamps of Termina. The first album focused on Link’s struggle during the 3-day […]

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A Tribute To The Xbox On Its 15th Anniversary

Its was 15 years ago today on Nov 15th, 2001 that Microsoft launched the first installment of the Xbox series in North America. Microsoft decided to join the console race late in the 6th generation to compete against Sony’s PS2, and Nintendo’s Gamecube. It was also the first console produced by an American company since […]

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Grand Theft Auto III Released 15 Years Ago Today

GTA III is a very special game for me. Like the original Resident Evil on PS1, when I first laid eyes on GTA III I fell in love. Its one of those games that revolutionized gaming for me at the time. The 1st time I came across it my friend was on a rampage with […]

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Custom Nights Into Dreams Sega Saturn

This beautiful custom Nights Into Dreams Sega Saturn was created by the one and only Mark A. Liptak of M.A.L. Custom Consoles. It was created for a customer from the UK back in 2015. Since I loved this game, and the Sega Saturn when I was growing up, I decided to dig it up for […]

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Weekly Kick Pick – Socks The Cat: Rocks The Hill

Dust off your Super Nintendo. Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill, the most anticipated unreleased video game of all-time is finally coming! Video Source – Evil Pixel Socks the Cat is the most anticipated unreleased video game of all-time. Ever. For any platform. Don’t believe me? Grab some popcorn and “Google” it. The premise was […]

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A Tribute To The N64 On Its 20th Anniversary

Today marks a very special day in gaming history. It is the 20th anniversary of one of the most beloved consoles in gaming history. The Nintendo 64 launched in North America on September 26th, 1996. 20 years later its popularity still amazes me. If you keep up to date with the current prices of retro […]

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Top 10 Sega CD Games

The Sega CD, released as the Mega-CD  in most regions outside North America and Brazil, is a CD-ROM accessory for the Sega Genesis video game console designed and produced by Sega as part of the fourth generation of video game consoles. The add-on was released on December 12, 1991 in Japan, October 15, 1992 in […]

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Gamecube 15th Anniversary Tribute Post

The GameCube (Japanese: ゲームキューブ Hepburn: Gēmukyūbu, officially called the Nintendo GameCube, abbreviated NGC in Japan and GCN in Europe and North America) is a home video game console released by Nintendo in Japan on September 14, 2001; in North America on November 18, 2001; in Europe on May 3, 2002; and in Australia on May […]

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Final Fantasy VII 19th Anniversary Tribute

Final Fantasy VII is one of the most monumental RPG games ever. Lasting the test of time, to still be many role-playing game lovers favorite to this day. When FF7 released in North America 19 years ago it knocked us off of our feet. So to pay tribute I put together some facts, commercials, and […]

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Modder brings Pokemon Go to the Dreamcast VMU

Although Pokemon GO has rekindled the feeling of gaming on the go for many, it’s far from the only time that video games have been playable while outside. Of course, the Pokemon franchise first made its appearance via Nintendo’s classic Game Boy, while many other device creators have also taken a crack at handheld gaming. […]

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SNES 25th Anniversary post!

This week, The SNES turned 25. Hard to believe, I know. The console won over the hearts of many, but it’s history is possibly the most interesting thing about the console. Let’s dive into the legacy and the not so typically known facts about the SNES! A little known fact about Nintendo: After nearly singlehandedly reviving the American video game market, becoming a smash hit in Japan and good sales in Europe, Nintendo was comfortable with their NES Console. It wasn’t until  Sega, Nintendo’s competitor, released their 16bit Genesis/Mega Drive did Nintendo realize that the  NES wasn’t  going to survive in the market much longer. Nintendo decided to up their game, and released their own 16 bit console nearly 2 years […]