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Classic | WipEout (1995)

WipEout was first released in 1995, being a launch title during European release of PlayStation. The game was developed and published by Psygnosis and was one the first recognizable franchises of the platform. 744 more words

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The Potential Dangers of Returning to a Favourite Game - The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

I’ve always been quite cynical about re-releasing and remastering shenanigans. At best, it often seems like a desperate cash grab and, at worst, it kind of feels like us Gamers are being taken for hopelessly naive rubes who’re easily parted from their money. 1,681 more words

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Nintendo Switch's Online Service Will Be $20/Year, Includes Classic Games

Nintendo Switch’s online service will cost $20/year and will launch at some point in 2018, the publisher said today. Playing Switch games online will be free until the service launches. 316 more words

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Nintendo Switch Online Pricing & Classic Games Revealed

Nintendo has just revealed pricing for their upcoming online service for the Switch along with some details on access to Classic Games.

The online service will launch in 2018, a bit later tham Nintendo initially indicated. 257 more words

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Nintendo Delays Switch Paid Online Service to 2018 and Reveals Pricing

Nintendo’s promised paid online offering for its sought after Switch hybrid TV-handheld game console has been delayed to 2018, the company announced by way of… 405 more words

Warcraft: Orcs and Humans

Warcraft: Orcs and Humans
MS-DOS
Developed by Blizzard
Released in 1994

The Warcraft franchise has a long and admirable history to it, even when you ignore the fact it brought the MMORPG scene to the mainstream, resulting in one of the most profitable online games ever made. 1,157 more words

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[Blog] Thomas Was Alone - Puzzles with Platformers

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Released: November 12, 2012

Finally getting around to clearing out some of my STEAM backlog, first starting with Night In The Woods… 605 more words

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