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I Hate Mario64, Sorry

“The outside of Peach’s Castle was 3D gaming’s gentle introductory playground. It seems oddly sparse today: just a cluster of trees and a lake devoid of traditional game-like challenge. 66 more words

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Considering Rare Replay and Video Game Compilations

When Rare Replay comes out next week, it will join heralded company alongside the likes of Activision Anthology, Namco Museum, Capcom Classics, along with many others. 861 more words


My Top-10 Action-Adventure Titles which are not Zelda-games

I’ve been revisiting some action-adventure titles from my past and come to realise that the action-adventure genre is fairly vast and all-encompassing. Therefore, I decided it might be fun to make a list of some of my favourite action-adventure titles. 2,675 more words

Mega Man

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With Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation coming out this weekend, I thought, now is as good a time as ever to pull out the old 64 and check out the original Mission Impossible game that came out in 1998. 691 more words


Retro Game Friday: Bomberman 64

This week for Retro Game Friday I’m covering a game I rather enjoyed as a kid. It’s Bomberman 64!

Plot Synopsis: In the game’s opening sequence, a peaceful-looking planet with gardens, rivers, and residential buildings abound is shown. 220 more words


RetroGrade #7 – Blast Corps (Nintendo 64 - 1997)

Blast Corps, released in 1997, is a game born from whichever mind at Rareware decided to test the Nintendo 64’s specs by cramming as much carnage and destruction as possible into one cartridge. 1,130 more words


Dawn of the Final Day: An Analysis of the Moon Children

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is unquestionably one of the deepest, most profound entries of The Legend of Zelda franchise. Dealing with topics ranging from death, love, friendship, regret, and loneliness, among others, … 1,751 more words