Monthly Archives: April 2019

Retro Reflections: Color a Dinosaur

Sometimes you suggest a review as a joke and everyone jumps on it unexpectedly. This was meant to be an April Fool’s Day joke of sorts, but here we are with me having to do the real thing now. Had … Continue reading

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Retro Reflections: X-Men: Gamesmaster’s Legacy – A Limp Legacy

The majority of my experience with Marvel’s main mutants comes from Nintendo consoles. Sega wasn’t left out though, as they got a good helping of the X-Men, even if the quality is debatable. Not long ago, someone suggested I try … Continue reading

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Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid (SWITCH) REVIEW

I was a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers kid and definitely enjoyed several of the 8 and 16-bit games made based off of the franchise, so I’m always interested in trying the newer titles featuring some of my favorite characters. This … Continue reading

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Generation Zero (PC) REVIEW – Zero to See Here

Sweden is an extremely violent place and it has made me more afraid of robots than Horizon: Zero Dawn ever did. Avalanche Studios’ new game poses a fun idea with its setup as Generation Zero sees the player taking the … Continue reading

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The Messenger (PS4) REVIEW – Feels Like A Long-Lost Gem

What if the NES Ninja Gaiden games had the advantage of hindsight and didn’t take themselves seriously? That’s what we have here with The Messenger, now releasing for the PS4. It’s an action-packed adventure with a simple story that promises … Continue reading

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Double Dragon (the movie): How Talent, Titillation, and Tons of Spinach Saved Video Game Cinema

Hollywood has made a career out of trying to milk what is popular in the video game industry for quick crowd-pleasing cash grabs. In many cases though, they take these flimsy stories, blank characters, and horrible visuals to create something … Continue reading

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