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It’s time to celebrate – Happy birthday, NES!

Author: Lauren Ganos
Categories: Retro

Today marks the 34th birthday of the Nintendo Entertainment System — the NES — in North America. The 8-bit home video game console made waves and earned the role as the best-selling system of its time decades ago. More importantly, however, its popularity opened the doors for the Big N,…

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Review: Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Time travel is a well-worn concept in the realm of Japanese role-playing games, from the aeon spanning Chrono Trigger to the many branches of Radiant Historia. Nippon Ichi Software’s newest IP Destiny Connect, however, sets out to tell a more personal tale with its Tick-Tock Travelers. Y2K When the town…

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Retro-Bit Gaming partners with Sega and National Breast Cancer Foundation to release pink Genesis and Saturn controllers

Categories: Merchandise, News

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Retro-Bit is doing their part — the company has collaborated with both Sega and the National Breast Cancer Foundation to release new pink-colored Genesis and Saturn controllers.   Available for pre-order exclusively from Limited Run Games through the 31st of the month, a…

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Jackbox Party Pack 6 now available on Switch

Categories: News, Switch

There are few games better for screwing around with your friends than Jackbox Party Pack – and now, the illustrious package of goofy social games receives its sixth iteration, as the Jackbox Party Pack 6 is now available for purchase.     Five new games are included in this package:…

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Pokémon Sword, Shield’s Wild Area to include ‘drastically overleveled’ Pokémon

Categories: News, Switch

Upcoming Pokémon games Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield for Nintendo Switch will reportedly include “drastically overleveled” Pokémon in its Wild Area, the vast expanse of land in which overworld Pokémon can be seen roaming around. The information comes from Eurogamer, which recently published its hands-on impressions of the first two…

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