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Windjamming onto the Switch

Some of the slightly older generation of gamers among you (namely those around my age) might remember a NeoGeo classic by the name of Windjammers. Originally made by Data East in 1994, honestly it's not one that I actually remember, but that is probably because I never had a NeoGeo, nor played in arcades in… Continue reading Windjamming onto the Switch

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The History of Video Games in 64 Objects

My earliest memories of my first experience with video games comes in the early 90s when I first picked up the controller for the SNES. Around the same time, the Gameboy also resided in our household and I spent hours going between the two consoles playing Mario, Paperboy 2, Donkey Kong, Star Fox and Gremlins… Continue reading The History of Video Games in 64 Objects

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Bomb Chicken

It's not every day you receive communications which mention the words 'chicken' and 'bomb' in the same sentence but when you do, you most certainly prick your ears up. So imagine being a chicken in a fast food manufacturing plant called the BFC when you lay bombs instead of eggs as a means of trying… Continue reading Bomb Chicken

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E3 2018: Nintendo Direct

Nintendo was the last “big” press conference of 2018’s E3, and after the ups and downs of the other press conferences, a lot of people were interested to see what they were going to be showing off. Hopefully my hastily scribbled notes cover most of what was covered. While some people complained about slow pacing… Continue reading E3 2018: Nintendo Direct

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Lost Sea

We've all heard about the Bermuda Triangle and the stories of ships and planes that disappear in this area surrounded by mystery. Imagine what would happen if you actually went disappeared into the Bermuda Triangle yourself, would you find shipwrecked communities who have spent their lives trying to get away? Would there be generations of… Continue reading Lost Sea