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Not only does The Grinch perfectly embody the spirit of the beloved animated film How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966), it's very unique and super fun. The game is best described as Pac-Man (Atari 2600, 1981) meets Metal Gear Solid (PS1, 1998),...
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2022/11/29: Game Boy Color: The Grinch

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2022/11/27: Playstation: Assault: Retribution, Star Wars: Jedi Power Battles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection packs over a dozen games spanning the height of Turtle-mania from the mid-80's through the mid-90's. You get perfectly-emulated versions of two wildly-popular arcade games, along with two SNES,...
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2022/11/23: Nintendo Switch: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection

I've had plenty of requests for this one, but from the outset I was unimpressed. Technically Body Harvest encapsulates everything wrong with the N64. The landscapes are soft, rounded, and featureless. You can never see very far again because...
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2022/11/21: Nintendo 64: Body Harvest

This Superman adventure tries hard to shake off the foul stench left by Superman (Nintendo 64, 1999). Shadow of the Apokolips gets off to a rip-roaring start as you learn to soar around the majestic skyline of Metropolis. It's so easy to fly...
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2022/11/19: GameCube: Superman: Shadow of Apokolips

The success of Doom (1993) led to a steady stream of cutting-edge first-person shooters, each trying to slightly outdo the last. In my college days my buddy Steve S. always had the latest FPS running on his turbo-charged PC. Hexen sticks out in my...
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2022/11/17: Sega Saturn: Hexen

I've played multiple remakes of the original Resident Evil (PS1, 1996) over the years, but I don't think I've ever revisited its sequel. The original Resident Evil 2 (PS1, 1998) expanded the scope of the game from a huge mansion to the nearby town...
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2022/11/15: Playstation 4: Resident Evil 2

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2022/11/13: 3DO: Alone in the Dark, Alone in the Dark 2

2022/11/9: Atari XEGS: Archon II: Adept, Realm of Impossibility

2022/11/6: Nintendo Switch: Castlevania: Anniversary Collection, Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol

2022/11/4: NES: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Monster Party

2022/11/2: Game Boy Color: Resident Evil

2022/10/31: Sega CD: Bram Stoker's Dracula

2022/10/29: Super Nintendo: Ghoul Patrol, NCAA Football

2022/10/27: Sega Genesis: Outrunners, Castlevania: Bloodlines

2022/10/25: Playstation 4: Night Book, Martha is Dead

2022/10/23: Sega Genesis: NFL Football '94 starring Joe Montana, NFL '95, Prime Time NFL starring Deion Sanders

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