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Xena: Warrior Princess: Talisman of Fate Review

“Caesar! Caesar!”

If you choose to play Xena: Warrior Princess: Talisman of Fate on the Nintendo 64, be prepared to hear those words often. Why? Because one of the characters in this 3D fighter – based on the popular television series from the 1990s from the studio that brought the world Superman 64 – is Caesar, and one of his moves involves him raising his arms in the air, to which an unseen audience shouts “Caesar! 543 more words

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Everybody's Networking for the Weekend

On Saturday my roommates and I hosted a barbecue at our apartment. As I’ve expressed in blog posts past, I love my apartment and roommates so much. 1,055 more words

Killer Instinct Gold. Rare (1997) Nintendo 64

Killer Instinct was a pretty solid Tournament Fighter  with a combo system added a depth that newbs and pros could all have some fun. It did look like arse, and had a stupid difficulty at the end but what about the sequel? 963 more words

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Wave Race 64

One of the first real 3D games to ever grace our beloved gaming world is not too shabby. Wave Race actually got its kick off 4 years before in a Game Boy release. 848 more words

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Donkey Kong 64

By the time Donkey Kong 64 was getting released the once-successful breed of 3D platformers was slowly dying. With Rare leaving Nintendo in the next generation, the advent of the Nintendo 64’s successor wasn’t nice to the genre. 933 more words

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30 Day Video Game Challenge: Day 11!

Happy Sunday Night Novas! The post is coming late today because I wasn’t able to write it earlier. Hey, better late than never am I right? 295 more words

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N64 Review - Robotron 64

Few games from the arcade era of the early 80’s made the leap into 3D. Robotron 2084 is one of the few that made the jump! 516 more words

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