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  • Blog Post: Six Dreamcast Games That Demand A Modern Sequel

    In the grand scheme of gaming history, the Sega Dreamcast was barely a blip on the radar. Sega's ill–fated console was never the most popular system on the market, and was only officially on store shelves for about a year-and-a-half. Even so, the Dreamcast produced a small number of gaming... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – HD Remakes Need A Scene Select Mode

    Like many a gamer my age, the Kingdom Hearts series is near and dear to my heart. I vividly remember putting the first game into my PlayStation 2 and being serenaded by the now-iconic Dearly Beloved on its menu screen. From that first moment on I could never break away from the series, no matter how... More
  • Blog Post: The Five Best HD Remakes

    Reviving well-known games in HD was a popular trend in the last hardware generation, giving us the chance to relive old favorites with new visuals. Replaying good games is always fun, but for an HD remake to stand out, it needs to be more than a prettier version of its original release. They should add... More
  • Blog Post: The Big Gaming Remake Guide

    Remaking classic titles with enhanced features and uprezzed graphics is all the rage these days and keeping track of them gets out of hand quickly. Here's a guide to help you remember which remakes are already out and which ones are on the horizon. The following lists focus mostly on titles that... More
  • Blog Post: Sony’s Shu Yoshida Talks Vita, PSP Lessons, And Nintendo

    The PlayStation Vita was definitely the star of TGS 2011. Sony’s dual analog sticks, touch capabilities, impressive graphics, remote play, and 3G functionality has the attention of portable-minded gamers everywhere. I got the chance to interview Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment’s... More
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