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Archie Comics Review: Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina #1

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Robert Hack Remember Sabrina Spellman? Archie Andrews friend from Greendale who lived with her Aunts Hilda & Zelda & pet cat Salem? She was an orphan with platinum blonde hair & a boyfriend named Harvey. Her [...]

October 13, 2014 Reviews
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Review: Hyrule Warriors

  Just yesterday I had picked up Koei Tecmo’s Hyrule Warriors. KT is known for their games Dynasty Warriors, Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden, and the Fatal Frame series. Now they have teamed up with Nintendo and brought us a [...]

September 29, 2014 Games and Gaming
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50 Video Games That Should Be Movies Part 1 of 10

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand that Video Games don’t translate very well to film. Don’t believe me?  Feel free to check out Super Mario Bros, Street Fighter, and Doom. Those aren’t necessarily the worst but they most [...]

January 3, 2013 Reviews
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Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia Leaks, Tops Amazon Charts

Though originally planned to be unveiled at PAX later this month, the announcement of this hardcover 272 page book (274, according to Zelda Wiki) was accidentally leaked when an Amazon listing was posted less than 24 hours ago. In the relatively brief [...]

August 17, 2012 Reviews
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Throwback Thursday #15 – The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

With December upon us, and the Ballad of Impending Holidays waking us from our Thanksgiving food comas, there is no better time to curl up in a warm room with a few blankets and a nice video game. However, for [...]

December 8, 2011 Reviews
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Gamer Pulse: They’re Back!

Despite the loss of a great visionary, New York Comic Con being right around the corner, and the unannounced absence of Gamer Pulse, this week has been fairly slow, at least in terms of gaming news. However, your Infamous Platypus [...]

October 7, 2011 Reviews
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Five Games with Too Much Old-School Charm

Here are five classic video games which have had sequels or remakes that don’t quite capture their original magic of their predecessors. These games were innovative at the time; however, when their various successors and remakes arrived, we received something [...]

July 30, 2011 Reviews