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Legacy of the Ancients Review

Ooh 1987, baby! Those late 80’s were some good years for the video game industry. 1987 was in the Golden Age of a video gaming breakthrough for multiple platforms from titles from Zelda 2, Castlevania, Contra, Street Fighter and Megaman, Mik...
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Retroversity: Karnov Review

Back in the 8 bit era of video games, there were really just two types of protagonists: gritty, semi-realistically proportioned, muscular heroes on the one hand, and stylized, cartoonish heroes of varying proportions on the other. Karnov was neith...

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Retroversity: Bad Street Brawler Review

I’m gonna take a break from gushing over underrated titles and instead talk about a game that’s notorious for how bad it is, Bad Street Brawler. This game came out for the NES in 1987, and it’s something of a beat ’em up wi...

Meantime

Meantime was going to be a follow-up to the original Wasteland. Well, sort of. The more you read about it, the more confusing it gets. All I know is that in playing the original Wasteland, there is a computer in Faran Brygo’s hideout that al...

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The Bard’s Tale (Original 1985 Version) Review

The Bard’s Tale is another classic RPG from Interplay that spawned a great franchise for years to come. Many hours dumped into a game at a time when you had to draw maps and keep notes with a notebook to even get close to beating the game. G...
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Wasteland Review

They call Wasteland the great-grandfather of the post-apocalyptic genre. It’s an old-timer for sure, coming out in 1988. Old or not, this is one of the very best games ever made and should rightfully be in any video game Hall of Fame. I boug...