Monthly Archives: January 2018

Insomniac’s Spider-Man has the Opportunity to Swing Higher by Learning from the Past

Insomniac’s Spider-Man video game was announced at E3 2016 and was shown off to a rousing applause, which is no surprise to anyone who knows the slew of titles he has starred in throughout the years. I knew we would be waiting … Continue reading

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A Post That Is Kind Of About Wario’s Woods…

A video caught my attention recently, where Miketendo acquired a factory sealed copy of Wario’s Woods for the original Nintendo. It was released in February of 1994 and holds the distinction of being the last licensed game for the system … Continue reading

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Orbital Racer: Burnout Meets Mario Kart in Space?

The trailer makes this game look really enticing. Of course, that is what trailers are supposed to do, but what I mean is that I thought it was offering something like Mario Kart meets Burnout but in space, an enticing … Continue reading

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Meet Spider-Man PS4’s New Foe: Mr. Negative

Anticipation for Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man is building steadily and I keep speaking with friends and co-workers about it, filling in my non-comic book inclined acquaintances that keep asking me about the new face in the available footage. Most comic book fans have … Continue reading

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The Death and Return of Superman: Better to Die on a Newer Console

I’m more of a Marvel guy, but even I read The Death of Superman back in high school, and seeing that there was a video game based off of it definitely caught my attention. Back then though I was only able to … Continue reading

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Making The Case For A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Fighting Game

It wasn’t long ago that a trailer for DLC caused me to rethink my stance on a game, and that sentence alone still causes me pause, because it rarely happens. I had beaten Injustice 2, finished the storyline, and thought … Continue reading

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Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego: A Masterclass in Crime

Like many kids at that time, I didn’t need much of an introduction to Carmen Sandiego as a character. I had grown up playing the computer games at school and absolutely loving her game show, Where in the World is Carmen … Continue reading

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