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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

Monster Boy is a beautiful 2-D side-scroller where you, as the player, embark on a journey with the main character, who is struck with some sort of wizardry magic that transforms you into a monster, hence the name.

Let me be blunt: as a kid, I sucked at ToeJam & Earl. The Sega Genesis classic was a game that drove my patience, to the point where I had my first experience of rage-quitting a video game. Its groovy graphics

If there's one game that I played at PAX East that just about everyone should keep their eyes on, it's Mr. Shifty. Of course, with his style of speed and combat, keeping an eye on him is easier said than

The more I see of Ackk Studios' YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG, the more I crave to dive into the world that's been greatly influenced by Earthbound, Final Fantasy, and I'm pretty sure a couple Pixies records. With the game finally near-completion, I

Quick: name the last game where you played a snake! If you said the really old-school title Snake, you're probably right. (If you said Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, please see yourself out.) However that is all about to

If there's one thing I can count on, it's Zoink! Games crafting a title that's both fun and hilarious. They got high marks for Stick it to The Man! and Zombie Vikings, thanks to their comedic storytelling and great gameplay.

Kids these days just love to make their parents pull their hair out. They run around like crazy, getting into shenanigans, and often risk earning an early trip to the River Styx. No game has quite captured the harrowing insanity a

It’s an exciting time for Nintendo.  As some may or may not know, Nintendo is breaking into the Mobile gaming industry and they launched Fire Emblem Heroes for the ios and Android system on February 2, 2017, making it their