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Where Did This Come From?

Tomorrow sees the release of Final Fantasy XV. The game is currently loaded to my PlayStation 4, along with a countdown timer to midnight when it will unlock and become playable. My brain has been yo-yoing over the last few days between, "I can't wait for this game," and "Why did I buy this?" Final…

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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 stuff for the last week of coverage, I keep seeing Diskun as I look around…

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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 super excited for this new device. The capability of something like this is amazing and that is more than enough reason to throw money at this hybrid console. However, I still have some lingering questions before I start saving up for this machine that is coming to us in march of 2017.

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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 with precedence and observation. This is not to say that everyone is running stop signs…

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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 see which characters have been announced as the final fighters to join the roster, you…

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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 PS4 features such as live streaming, Remote Play, and trophies. With a handful of games…

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