Gaming In The Clinton Years: The Tommy Wiseau of Game Reviews

Video-game reviews have been around for decades, first existing within the confines of gaming magazines. It wasn’t uncommon to spot reviews of recently released titles in the pages of Nintendo Power, PCGamer, or Electronic Gaming Monthly. In the 90s, gaming started to become more mainstream and extend beyond the printed page. As a result, gaming-related […]

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Power Stone Retrospective Review

If there was any console that died too soon, it was the Dreamcast. The Sega Dreamcast was a console that had a fair bit of really good games, but undersold on the market. The PS2 and Gamecube walloped it to oblivion, forcing Sega to stop making consoles. This really sucks, since the Dreamcast had some […]

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