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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

Since its inception, Kingston Technology's HyperX brand has become a staple of great headsets for affordable prices. Their CLOUD series, which can range between $90-$150, delivers a level of comfort and mic clarity that is usually saved for the $300

And in a blink of an eye, it was over. As soon as my brain told me it was time to take a break from River City: Tokyo Rumble, I was met with the game's end credits. My eyes went

It's been nearly a year since Telltale Games introduced us to Jesse, Petra, and the rest of the Order of the Stone in their take of the Minecraft world. We have seen a great mixture of highs and lows within

First thing's first: no, you don't need to play the entirety of Shin Megami Tensei IV to dive into this Apocalypse follow-up. However, if you want to know the importance of the likes of Flynn, Isabeau, and the rest of