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Released in 1997 by Rare for the Nintendo 64, perhaps to the sound of angelic harps from on high, GoldenEye is a first person shooter of widespread critical acclaim. While my reflections on games have been mostly positive thus far, I’ve never found...

The Nintendo Wii had its ups and downs, but in the end there were many third party and first party...

Released in 1991 in North America and Europe, Sword of Vermilion is an RPG with similarities to...

And Our Weekly Feature RetroLuster continues, last week we looked at Ghost ‘n’ Goblins,...

Single player games are made to be played by one player. They are developed with the intention...

It’s the triumphant return of our Kickstarter Spotlight! Each week, we trawl the depths...

With Dark Souls picking up a mass congregation prior to the release of its hotly anticipated sequel,...

  The Nintendo 3DS is one of the most successful handheld consoles of all time and has many...

“We left everything behind. Hell, getting here was just the beginning. You said it would...

Few games create a reaction quite like Dark Souls does. For most people, it exists merely as a...