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Too Many Games, Not Enough Cash!

Too Many Games, Not Enough Cash!

So, for the past couple of years, I’ve been buying a lot of games. Like, too many games. I’m trying to figure out what happened. When I was younger and I worked at my game store, I never owned more than…

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The New 52 Spotlight: The First 4 Weeks

The New 52 Spotlight: The First 4 Weeks

I, like so many people, used to collect comics rabidly right up to my early 20s. I fell out of it in recent years, only keeping up with a couple books in trade paperback form (Invincible and Powers). Then I…

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Diablo 3 Beta Impressions

Diablo 3 Beta Impressions

While the public beta of Diablo 3 has just started, I’ve had the distinct pleasure of playing the closed beta for the past couple of weeks. “Beta” is kind of a misnomer here, though; the word is thrown around so often…

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Nintendo: Down for the Count?

Nintendo: Down for the Count?

You may have caught my last few articles talking about my favorite games for the Super Nintendo. That was a magical time for me in gaming, and it reminded me of a time when Nintendo could do no wrong. 20…

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Top Ten SNES Games Part 2

Top Ten SNES Games Part 2

Click here to view part 1!   And without further ado, here is part two of our Top Ten SNES Games. Let’s get to it, shall we?   5. Chrono Trigger    Top Ten SNES Games Chrono Cross   The fact that Chrono Trigger only…

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The Rise of CM Punk

The Rise of CM Punk

CM Punk has shined since his return. He still says things that have a ring of truth to them, like he’s airing the dirty laundry of the WWE .

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Catherine Review

Catherine Review

Every so often, a game will come around that is just different from most everything else that’s on the market.

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Duke Nukem Forever Review

Duke Nukem Forever Review

 Duke Nukem Forever opens with a joke from the second season of South Park. I can think of no better way to contextualize just how dated this game is than that. It’s almost impossible at this point to talk about Duke…

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