Category: Video Games

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A Forgotten Land That’s Worth Remembering

I’ll be honest. Kirby and the Forgotten Land wasn’t on my radar while working through Pokemon Legends: Arceus. I think I had heard about it but didn’t pay much attention to the content or release date. I had...

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Pokemon Goes Really Old-School with Arceus

Welcome to a new age in Pokemon games. Or maybe that should be an old age. After something like Sword and Shield, where do you go next? Back in time, it seems. Pokemon Legends: Arceus takes place back...

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Nintendo Reimagines the Sinnoh Region

Fifteen years ago, Nintendo introduced us to the fourth generation of Pokémon in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Beginning in the Sinnoh region, you started off with your choice of chimchar (fire), turtwig (grass) or piplup (water). Beyond that,...

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Gaming the Hero Biz

Being a big fan of comics, it should come as no surprise that I was excited to hear about the Guardians of the Galaxy game coming out. I was hoping to see it come out for the Switch,...

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Gotta Capture Them All (on Film)

I remember the original Pokemon Snap coming out for the Nintendo 64. I still have my ice blue N64 hooked up with the Pokemon Snap cartridge in it so I could get warmed up before its sequel came...

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Myths of the East Goes South

Back in December 2020, Ubisoft released Immortals: Fenyx Rising, a game that was originally promoted as Gods and Monsters. The game revolves around the character Fenyx who is in the age of Greek Mythology. In my opinion, it...

Ever Want to Catch Them All? 0

Ever Want to Catch Them All?

Whether you remember playing the original Pokémon Red Gameboy Game, didn’t see it until the Pokémon Fire Red version for Gameboy Advance, or only recently got on the scene with one of the 3DS versions, a lot of...

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Magnetic Personality

Forget those poetic magnets with words that cover an entire refrigerator. Not that they aren’t fun, but I’ve found something better. This afternoon, I was visiting a friend’s gift shop and I ran across something full of geeky...