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Prototype SNES CD Add-on Found

As I'm sure many of you know, before Sony created the PlayStation they were working in conjunction with Nintendo on creating a CD add-on for the SNES. Nintendo backed out of the deal but Sony put all that R&D to work and eventually turned the project into the PlayStation.While a few images of this would-be [...]

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World Video Game Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced

The World Video Game Hall of Fame (we mentioned its creation awhile ago) has announced their first six inductees, which were chosen from a field of fifteen possible candidates. And the envelope please…Presenting the first ever World Video Game Hall of Fame Inductees:Pong (1972)Pac-Man (1980)Tetris (1984)Super Mario Bros. (1985)Doom (1993)World of Warcraft (2004)The WVGHF(I'm not [...]

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Inside The Eorzea Cafe

If you are one of the four million subscribers to Final Fantasy 14, you might want to take a trip to the Eorzea Cafe, a themed-restaurant based on the world in the game...that is if you happen to be in Tokyo. Luckily for me, I'm not only an avid player of FF14, but I happen [...]

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Play Pac-Man With Google Maps

Instead of trolling us with some fake product, Google has decided to be awesome by letting us play a game of Pac-Man using Google Maps. All you have to do is go to Google Mapsand then click on the small Pac-Man icon on the bottom of the screen. Presto-Chango, Pac-Man!The controls can be a bit [...]

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Hands-on With "Bloodborne" At TGS

Bloodborne comes from the original creator behind both Demon Souls and Dark Souls. It is the true sequel to the "Souls" games, as Dark Souls 2 felt like a "more of the same" cash grab then a real sequel. This game was most definitely the biggest hit of this year's Tokyo Game Show. When the [...]

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Enjoy 900 Classic Video Games from Your Browser for Free

With all the next-gen consoles and new releases coming out, it can be easy to forget about the video games that started the gaming industry and transformed into the juggernaut it is today. Gamers everywhere now have a way to experience classic games such as Defender, Frogger, Tron, and Centipede all from the comfort of their [...]

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Hands-on With "Mighty No. 9" At TGS

The "Blue Bomber" is back...just don't call him that, because that is a registered trademark of Capcom. A little over a month ago at the Tokyo Game Show I got the chance to play and talk with the people that are hard at work on Mighty No. 9!For those of you that might not be [...]

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Hands-On With The Heroic Legend of Arslan at TGS

The Heroic Legend of Arslan is the latest Dynasty Warriors game from developer Tecmo Koei, based on a popular anime, manga and novel series of the same name.Originally supposed to launch in the middle of September in Japan, it was pushed back to October 1st, most likely to avoid spoiling the first season of the [...]

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Hands On With "The Evil Within" At TGS

The Evil Within comes to us from the originator of the survival horror genre, Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami...and boy does it not disappoint. The demo I played was set in a mansion turned insane asylum and I haven't played anything that felt this much like the original Resident Evil since it's soon to be [...]

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Hands-o With "The Order 1886" At TGS

Well after an incredibly tiring TGS, loosing my bullet train ticket, and then catching the oh so fun after expo plague I'm finally ready to give you all the run down on Tokyo Game Show 2014.For those of you who may not know about the game, The Order is set in an alternate version of [...]

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