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Remembering the PlayStation (PSX) on its 25th Birthday

Today, is the PlayStation’s 25th anniversary (and the Dreamcast’s 21st), apart from feeling a little nostalgic and perhaps even a tinge of sadness (I am getting old); there is much to be excited about. Rumors have been floating around for a few weeks now that today is the day that Sony will announce both the […]

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New Hyrule Warriors Announced by Nintendo: Age of Calamity

Nintendo has surprised everyone again by announcing another new game this week. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity launches November 20th, 2020. Last week, Nintendo announced Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a remastered collection of classic 3D Mario games. Until that point, we thought only Pikman 3 Deluxe was left to be released in 2020. According to […]

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Xbox Series S Revealed By Leak: Pricing, Appearance, and Specs

While the Xbox Series X remains a mystery in terms of pricing, a massive leak revealing the appearance and pricing of the Xbox Series S popped up yesterday in social media outlets. The leak showed photos, and videos of the new machine. The machine is smallest Xbox console that has ever been put together by […]

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Xbox Series X Price Leaked By Pringles, and it is Higher Than You Think

Seven days into September, less than 3 months away from the Xbox Series X rumored launch date, and Microsoft has yet to unveil the official price of the machine. The delay by both, Microsoft and Sony in revealing their the price points for both of their next gen systems, has opened the door for all […]

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Peter Moore Left Sega After a Heated Exchange With Sonic’s Creator

British-American Executive Peter Moore has a long storied history in the video games industry. His time at Sega, as president of Sega of America, and at Microsoft, as Corporate Vice-President of Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business division, make him an invaluable source of history, and information on the industry. What has always been more fascinating to me, […]

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Super Mario 64, Sunshine, and Galaxy are Switch Bound This Month

Just yesterday, we complained about Nintendo’s paltry lineup of titles scheduled for release for the remaining of the year. Today, we are happy to announce that Nintendo seems to have listened to all of the fan requests and has placed a date on a Switch release of an over due 3-D Mario Collection dubbed “Super […]

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Throwback Bit Thursday: Chrono Trigger

  If I was asked to mention, or better yet to make a list of the top ten greatest Japanese Role-playing games ever, the number one spot would spark some controversy. Lists of that particular “greatest of all time” kind are always mostly subjective affairs. If someone wants to stand their ground and say that […]

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Is Pikmin 3 Deluxe All That is Left From Nintendo in 2020?

Nintendo has no games scheduled (at least no big games) scheduled for the Fall. Only a Remaster of Wii U’s Pikmin 3 is scheduled for an October 30th release, which makes us wonder: Is Nintendo back to its usual “Quality over Quantity” tricks? It has been an incredible year in terms of sales for the […]

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Ubisoft: Not Possible to Play Pre-PS4 Titles on PS5

A post on a Ubisoft support site, might have revealed the extent of the PlayStation 5 backward compatibility’s capabilities. Needless to say, we are not impressed. The controversial post stated that: “Backwards compatibility will be available for supported PlayStation 4 titles, but will not be possible for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, or PlayStation games.” Ubisoft […]

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Current Generation Console Sales Could Predict Results of the Next Race

We are in the final months before the release of new Sony and Microsoft machines, and even Nintendo is rumored to be launching a new Switch next year. So, it is likely  that the latest sales numbers (and estimates) are probably close to what the final tally for this generation will be for at least […]