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The Games of Our Lives

GoOL: Dead Or Alive: Ultimate

Ultimate is a bold word for any company to call or use in association with their product. Ultimate means excellence that cannot be topped. With 2004’s Dead Or Alive: Ultimate, you got a game that ...

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The Art of Killing

In the world of Assassin’s Creed, there are ancient relics to be found and people to slay. It is also more than just about saving the world from imminent peril; art and color have taken ...

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Wrestlemania XXVIII: Man Vs. Machine

Wrestlemania, the showcase of the immortals. It’s the biggest event in pro-wrestling (also called sports-entertainment). Some of the most-anticipated matches of the year happen at Wrestlemania. The most-heated feuds reach their boiling-point. Championship titles are ...

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Remembering Ranger X

Before I came across a cartridge-only copy of Ranger X for the Sega Genesis while out shopping one day, I was completed unaware of the game’s existence. This, I had no idea what the game ...

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Remembering Kirby’s Dream Course

From racing on stars in Kirby’s Air Ride to matching three in the Puyo-Puyo-like Kirby’s Avalanche, Nintendo’s pink puffball has dipped his red toes into quite a few genres over the years. The sleeper hit ...

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Remembering Super Godzilla

Growing up, there were three things I was a huge fan of; video games, pro wrestling, and Godzilla movies. I couldn’t get enough of Japan’s favorite (or is it least favorite?) radioactive dinosaur. Recently, I ...

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Diary of a Monster Rancher

I think every gamer has a short list of games or franchises that they’re curious about, but have never played for whatever reason. Monster Rancher is one of those franchises for me. Since I first ...

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Remembering Fire Pro Wrestling

It’s hard to believe that it’s been a solid decade since Nintendo released the Game Boy Advance. In that time, we have seen the launch of four Nintendo consoles (GameCube, Wii, DS, & 3DS), a ...

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