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Including New Meeples: A New Series on Introducing People to the Board Game Hobby

I first got into the designer board game hobby a while back. I was playing Catan with some family (which was the only ‘designer’ game I knew at the time) and we were all having a great time. 498 more words

Board Games

In Defence of Age Of Sigmar

I can see this blog being controversial to say the least. So some of you may just want to skip this just based on the title alone. 1,245 more words

Classic Games

Super Nintendo Turns 25!

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was released in the United States twenty-five years ago today.

August 23 1991 was truly a game-changer in the history of video games. 603 more words

Video Games

My Gaming Addicion

If you follow any of my social media you’ll know I claim to be a bit of a gamer, so I thought I’d suggest some games for you guys to try out that I enjoyed while growing up. 403 more words

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1 Up! : The Gameboy Advance SP. 

With all the talk recently about the forthcoming NES mini, I’ve heard people wondering if there’s going to be a mini SNES. There’s been kind of one sitting under our noses this whole time: The Gameboy Advance SP. 522 more words

Retro Gaming

Mortal Kombat 4 Review

*Review based on the Nintendo 64 version*

Mortal Kombat was all the rage during the 1990s. Essentially a far more violent alternative to Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat garnered serious attention for its violent content. 727 more words

Video Games

ClayFighter 63 1/3 Review

Though the ClayFighter series’ first two installments were released on 16-bit consoles, its third and final iteration was released on the Nintendo 64, under the title of ClayFighter 63 1/3 (a not-so clever parody of the system’s tendency to drop the number 64 in the titles of its games). 763 more words

Video Games