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Monsters

Close your eyes. Imagine something that terrified you when you were young. Replay the image in your mind and remember what that fear felt like. After years, it is difficult to reenter that exact frame of consciousness but you can...

/ October 3, 2016

20 Years of N64: Super Mario 64 LIVE

To continue our month-long celebration of the Nintendo 64, we're playing the best launch title ever and number 3 on our list of favorite N64 games: Super Mario 64 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jO6F1MPukg (Update: it's over!) Watch us live right now and join...

/ September 28, 2016

Games for Grownups

You Must Be 18 Years or Older to Enter this Website. Are You 18? Click Yes or No When there is no consequence, we humans have a difficult time following the rules. That's a broad statement but one that comes...

/ September 15, 2016

The Free Cheese’s 20 Favorite N64 Games

To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Nintendo 64, we put together a list of our twenty favorite games on the platform. This list was designed to give us the opportunity to curate our memories of the N64 library, and to...

/ September 5, 2016

Influence

When we create a map of video game history, we look at the beginning and we look at how what we consider to be the classic era has shaped games that followed those of the arcade and early home consoles....

/ September 1, 2016

Retro Spotlight | Metroid: Zero Mission

Metroid: Zero Mission brings the franchise back to its ambitious beginnings on the NES in a remake of the game for Game Boy Advance. Zero Mission reimagines the NES classic as if it had been developed on newer and more...

/ August 31, 2016

The Free Cheese Episode 159: Secret Garden

This week on The Free Cheese, we break hard drives! We talk about Hyper Light Drifter, the PS4 slim, and hot cards. Marc plays Nioh while Kyle flies through space after promising not to. Joe looks forward to a New...

/ August 25, 2016

Retro Spotlight | Metroid Fusion

Metroid Fusion released on Game Boy Advance the same day as Metroid Prime for the Nintendo GameCube. After an eight year hiatus, the series was both reinvented as a first-person action game and continued in its traditional 2D format in...

/ August 24, 2016