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Cover StoryFeatures

It’s That Time of the Year Again

For December, we're doing something a little different for our cover story. Typically we choose a topic in gaming based on genre or platform or series, but as we come to the close of the calendar year we are going to start looking at the best games of 2014. In previous years, our game of…

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Remaking EarthBound

Along with many Wii U owners, I've spent the better part of this past week enjoying the recently released Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The roster is identical to the 3DS version that we've been playing since October, but there are so many new stages to choose from that all look fantastic in high definition.…

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A Link to Marc’s Past

I'm going to share a story with you. A story of how a certain franchise has been apart of my life in a way I didn't realize at first. Around Ages 3-5 I had a lot of toys as a kid. Being the youngest of 3 boys, we shared most of them. Mainly action figures,…

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A Pokémon Life

Imagine a world full of endless possibilities. You can be anything you want. President? Go for it! Own a small business? Get yourself a loan. Teach under privileged children? Mold those minds! You will not find me doing any of that. I will be in my dark room exploring the world of Pokemon and ruining…

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Why Final Fantasy Clicked

I grew up during the peak years of the NES, just before the rise of the 16-bit era. I watched as the Nintendo dominance across American homes slipped into the great debates between SEGA and Nintendo kids. Today, there is what seems at times to be infinite choice in play. Definitive genres still permeate the gaming…

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Bit By BitFeatures

Introducing Bit By Bit

You know those things in life that you want to do, but you're never really sure how to do them or what to do with them? You spend a solid amount of time trying to figure out the specifics of it, and more often than not you never follow through with the idea. It becomes…

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