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With over 35 years of gaming experience, Robert 'DesertEagle' Allen is Tech-Gaming's resident worrier/warrior who spends his days teaching at three colleges and his nights devoted to JRPGs.

Happily Stuck in a World of Goo

                                                                     Look, it’s a licorice jellybean orgy! Since the launch of Wiiware, Nintendo has needed a ‘killer app’ to establish the virtual store’s ...

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Game Party 2 Suited for Social Gatherings

Readers may recall when toy stores used to sell ten-in-one game collections; a single box that would include diversions such as chess, checkers, chutes and ladders, and backgammon. Overall, the collections were cheaply constructed with ...

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Back to the Future: Mega Man 9 Reviewed

                                                      Old-school product placement for De Beers. There are certain games that really stand out in the childhood of a gamer. The original Mega Man ...

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We Deliver (and Review) the Quiver

                                                                     Locked, loaded, and ready for fragging. Anyone who has ever attended a LAN party knows it’s impossible to stow a full-sized keyboard ...

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Clear Skies With a High Chance of Radiation

                                                 Think your neighbors are loud? Try moving to Chernobyl. The more obscure and complicated areas of science will always be a wondrous playground for those who ...

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Tech-Gaming Attacks the Shark (Chair)

Here at Tech-Gaming, we purchased two of the early gaming chairs that appeared on the shelves at local retailers a few years ago. Although those chairs were light and relatively inexpensive, they were also small ...

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