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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Switch) REVIEW – Portable Nazi Murder

It’s never a bad time to shoot the shit out of some Nazis. As a follow-up to 2014’s The New Order, The New Colossus has some large ass-kicking boots to fill—and the 2018 port to the Switch, even more so. … Continue reading

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E3 2018 Recap

Seems like every year, there is less and less I like from these shows, with a lot that makes me groan, and old franchises that just don’t do it for me anymore. It never fails though that some announcements and … Continue reading

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The Plight of the Blind Gamer

I remember when kids first started showing up to my elementary afterschool program with the marvel that was the Game Boy. One of them finally parted ways with his for a moment and let me have a turn at Super Mario … Continue reading

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Mischief Makers: Trouble Comes in 2D

I loved getting my Nintendo 64, but only had a couple of titles for it in those early days, so I did my part to help keep Blockbuster open by renting a lot. This game is another that shows why … Continue reading

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Super Mario Odyssey: You Can Almost Go Home Again

Much like the great traveler Odysseus, who spent so many years from home, I have also been on a long journey back to that place. No, not Ithaca—for me, the Mushroom Kingdom, and my passion for exploration. I just finished … Continue reading

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30 Days of Games | Day 26

  Day 26 | Tetris Such a simple idea, but that may be why everyone still knows it to this day. Tetris isn’t just about blocks, but a special puzzle that requires strategy and quick solid reactions. The game is … Continue reading

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30 Days of Games | Day 18

  Day 18 | The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past As much as I appreciate and like the first game in this series, the SNES entry is where I truly became engrossed in the characters and world … Continue reading

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