A look back on the N64 as it celebrates 25 years

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Features, Retro

The Nintendo 64 was my first introduction to gaming, and it’s still a console I remember fondly. I’m sure many other ’90s kids out there are in the same boat, having grownup with classics like Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Banjo-Kazooie, Star Fox, and many…

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Niantic’s ‘Hello World’ Pokémon GO update announces removal of pandemic implemented features as a ‘test’ for US and New Zealand

Categories: Mobile, News

Things are changing once again in the world of Pokémon GO. This week, Niantic has addressed the features and bonuses it added to Pokémon GO due to the global pandemic courtesy of COVID-19. These features, which have been referred to as “temporary” in official announcements will come to a 16-month…

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Sonic 30th Anniversary Symphony Orchestra

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: Merchandise, News

2021 marks Sonic the Hedgehog’s 30th anniversary, and Sega is celebrating in style thanks to a partnership with Summer Game Fest. The Sonic Symphony Orchestra will be playing tunes from the entire breadth of Sonic’s history. During Summer Game Fest Kick-off Live we got a sneak-peek of Unleashed’s medley, but…

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Review – Mighty Goose

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Geese are on the rise in games, and while it was a rather nasty one who paved the way, how’d you like to be a honkin’ hero for a change? That’s what Mighty Goose promises, a bite sized 2D shooter from Blastmode Games, and it delivers. Comparisons to Metal Slug…

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