Category: Editorial


Pretending it’s Dracula

Life is usually more interesting to me when I let the weird stuff become a reality. Those moments where my brain feeds me something odd and I let it ride. For example, I wandered through the house in the middle...

/ October 27, 2016

Diskun, The Lost Mascot

Have you ever seen this little dude? His name is Diskun. He was Nintendo's mascot for the Famicom Disk System and he won't leave me alone. As we bring our month of Castlevania to a close and I finalize some...

/ October 25, 2016

Questions About the Nintendo Switch Worth Pausing For

Finally! Thank you Nintendo for finally giving us a good glimpse of what the NX a.k.a. it’s real market name, the Nintendo Switch, is. I’m writing this about 50 minutes after the teaser was announced earlier today and I am...

/ October 20, 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 Future of Retro Gaming?

The retroUSB AVS is potentially (and hopefully) creating a new future for our old video game consoles.

/ August 11, 2016

Nintendo’s Final Smash

Today at 5 PM EST Nintendo hosted the final video presentation for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS & Wii U. During the video presentation, game director Masahiro Sakurai detailed three new fighters coming to the game. If you've yet to...

/ December 15, 2015

5 PS2 Classics I Want on PS4

Just before PlayStation Experience this year, Sony announced PlayStation 2 games for PlayStation 4. Unlike PSOne Classics or PS2 Classics on PS3, the PS4 versions of these games have been granted a higher resolution at 1080p and include support for...

/ December 14, 2015

I Shouldn’t Have Bought Fallout 4

I just threw away a package of hot dogs. They had expired and there was no use for them. I bought them knowing that the expiration date was only a few days away, but they were on sale and had...

/ November 25, 2015