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Episode 343: iPad Hot Air

March 5th, 2014 · 1 Comment

This week sees the return of Paul to the crew, but unfortunately, Jordan’s voice is shot so he can’t make it a team of three. However, Jonah is happy over having a new iPad Air, while Paul laments unemployment. This week’s Gaming Flashback is Team Ninja’s classic Ninja Gaiden for the Xbox. The news for […]

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Seven Games That Need to Be Remade

February 7th, 2011 · 3 Comments

With the strong rumor that Halo: Combat Evolved is going to be remade graphically from the ground up, it brings us to the question of why aren’t more games being remade?

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Tags: Editorial · Flashback · PC Gaming · Retro

Bikini Karate Babes – Gaming Flashback

March 15th, 2010 · 4 Comments

There are some gaming flashbacks I look to do and I’ve got to go back and watch the video. Sometimes, however, they’re games I’ve never played and hit up youtube to see what I can find. This video review (or introduction rather) to Bikini Karate Babe’s really describes all the action. Unfortunately, many folks that […]

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Gaming Podcast 114: The Paz Cast

March 17th, 2009 · 2 Comments

We’re flashing back to a holographic arcade title, Time Traveler from SEGA and take a reflective walk down memory lane with Apogee and touch on ROTT. We’ve got a light set of community comments and some good game news including: Microsoft Settles Law Suit Capcom charging for Resident Evil 5 features Blizzard Holding Creative Writing […]

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Evolution of RPG’s – Gamers Don’t Want an End?

January 31st, 2009 · 3 Comments

I remember a day when old RPG games had either a level cap or a definite ending. From Pool of Radiance to Secrets of the Silver Blades to Final Fantasy the game had a final boss or stage and often had some type of level cap. Today, gamers don’t want it to end, they’d rather […]

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Gaming Flashback: River Raid (Atari 2600)

July 17th, 2008 · No Comments

One of the first games I was introduced to on the 2600 was River Raid, back in 1982. I remember it vividly, as I was at my cousin David’s house, who was older than me, and he’d “baby sit” me so the adults could have some adult time hanging out in the dining room. We’d […]

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Gaming Flashback: Myst

July 12th, 2008 · No Comments

Myst was published by Brøderbund Software, developed by Cyan Worlds and created by two brothers that did the design and directed the game (it was, much like a movie). The original game was released on the Macintosh (in 1993) and then later ported to Microsoft Windows and Sega Saturn, PlayStation, Jaguar CD, AmigaOS, CD-i, 3DO, […]

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Gaming FlashBack: Baldur’s Gate

July 2nd, 2008 · No Comments

Baldur’s Gate isn’t too old, it was released in November of 1998, but that’s still a bit dated now. The gaming industry isn’t friendly to the years, often working in what seems to be accelerated “dog years” in terms of technological advancements. It figured this was worth covering because it’s one of the best selling […]

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Retro Gaming Moves: Screw Attack [Metroid]

June 30th, 2008 · No Comments

One of the most famous classic gaming moves, Screw Attack, is one of Samus Aran’s best power suit moves in Metroid. It was powerful enough to kill most enemies by contact; one hit for one kill. What makes this special attack at retro gaming classic is its well balanced game play style. Although Screw Attack […]

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Gaming Flashback: The Incredible Machine

June 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

The Incredible Machine (TiM) is a game designed and developed by Kevin Ryan and produced by Jeff Tunnel (now co-founder of GarageGames and their successful title Marble Blast Ultra on the 360 and co-founder in Dynamix makers of A-10 Tank Killer and The Red Baron). At the time, The Incredible Machine series came out of […]

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