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Whenever you come across one of those matching puzzle games, the fear of repetition comes crawling into your brain. Some overcome it with good writing (Scurvy Scallywags), others use a dating simulation approach (HuniePop). In the case of Dreadbit and

A few years ago, there was a Dustin Hoffman vehicle called Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium. It wasn't that great of a movie, but it dealt with impending death unlike any family flick had done in the past. Seeing his shop revolt

Telltale Games' interpretation of Mojang's Minecraft had some bumps in Season One, most of which were smoothed over with the aid of its bonus episodes. After nearly a year since we last saw the Order of the Stone, Jesse and

Tetris was the very first game I ever owned. (After all, it came packed in with every Game Boy back in the day.) I'd spend weeks playing the living crap outta the levels and challenges, with my family getting into

First appearing as a couple arcade titles in the 80s, Wonder Boy would finally get a home console release on SEGA's Master System via 1989's Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap. While it got some critical praise, the game would

Teleportation has always been on my short list for super powers I would most like to have at my disposal. Taking the natural progression of this power and casting you as a teleporting thief, Mr. Shifty is the brawler I

King Baby Duck got his hands on a Day One Nintendo Switch console, so he and his wise-cracking plushies Kokkuri-san & Ginko go into what you can expect when you crack open the package! Plus, see what you could've gotten

Despite the major shit-show known as 2016, video games had many bright spots throughout the year. New IPs, sequels, spin-offs, and even a successful Kickstarter or two have helped the gaming realm shine far brighter than it has in the

WayForward's Shantae has been one of the most under-appreciated heroes in gaming history. From her debut on the Game Boy Color to her critically-acclaimed sequels Risky's Revenge and Shantae & the Pirate's Curse on multiple platforms, the half-genie extraordinaire has

Who would've thunk that a small RPG Maker game from twenty years ago would have such a massive following? Corpse Party has amassed many remakes, sequels, spin-offs, manga, anime, & film adaptations, and even amusement park attractions. While its remake