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By Jonathan Balofsky On 14 Jul, 2017 At 06:58 PM | Categorized As Featured, Games You Slept On, Old School Otaku, PC Games, Reviews, ROG News | With 0 Comments

  I am a big fan of The Elder Scrolls series and have been for years. It is one of the premiere RPG series and one of the premiere open world game series. People rave about how amazing Oblivion and Morrowind were, and Skyrim is considered one of the best games of the last few […]

By Terrence T. Watson On 7 Jun, 2017 At 12:46 PM | Categorized As Games You Slept On | With 1 Comment

Introduction: Welcome back to the SNES Era of Gaming. Here, I’ll be talking about a hidden gem that not many people actually know about. This title is known as The Legend Of The Mystical Ninja or (Ganbare Goemon) in Japan. Whilst only one Mystical Ninja title came over to the United States, there has been a […]

By Sean Jacobs On 17 Jan, 2014 At 02:06 PM | Categorized As Games You Slept On, Indie Spotlight, NINTENDO, Reviews | With 0 Comments

Nano Assault Neo is a great game that harkens back to the old school games of the 16 bit era brought to you by Shin’En. Games like Gradius, R-Type are ones that I think of when I am trying to sell this game. While, I only use these classic titles as mere reference points into […]

By ericyo On 2 Feb, 2013 At 06:47 AM | Categorized As Featured, Games You Slept On, PlayStation, Reviews | With 1 Comment

When trophies were first introduced to Playstation I was intrigued and excited. This was Sony’s way of competing with Microsoft Xbox 360 Achievements. Super Star Dust HD was among one of the first games that started the trophy system. My goal? To obtain EVERY single trophy! This was also my first full 1080p game. So I decided to […]

By nekusakuraba01 On 16 Sep, 2012 At 11:20 PM | Categorized As Editorials, Featured, Games You Slept On, Portable/Mobile Gaming, Reviews | With 0 Comments

The Game Boy Advance is home to many great games, from platformers, to RPGs, its library is full of hit after hit, but alas, such greatness can lead to overlooked titles, hidden from sight by more well known games, and such was the fate of this title, a puzzle/platformer that even as a series, was […]