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Feb 04 // segastardust

DDI & The Curious Case of Ninjabread Man

The introduction of the original Wii was particularily exciting for our industry. Though it may be difficult to remember, there was a time when each new release for the platform was seen as an opporunity to make good on...
Jan 08 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: Buster Douglas Knockout Boxing

The competition between Sony and Microsoft this generation has been sporting, friendly and downright civil. A far cry from the bloodthirsty, kill or be killed corporate attitudes of the past. While most industry observe...
Dec 07 // segastardust

Topical Thought: Critique Parroting

With the recent release of Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric on the Wii U we've seen a slew of reviews come and go, all united under a banner of disappointment. As a longtime Sonic fan I've seen a fair share of low review score...
Oct 12 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: Double Dragon V

To be a Dragon you've gotta be strong. Humble, never braggin'! Cross promotion used to play a much bigger role in video games when I was younger. It wasn't entirely uncommon to see cereal, toys or even cartoons based on...
Oct 08 // segastardust

Genesis does what other Plug & Plays don't

It should come as a surprise to no one when I say that I grew up with the Sega Genesis. It would be accurate to describe the console as my first love in gaming. Even as the years have passed and other consoles have come ...
Sep 11 // segastardust

Brutal Honesty: How Doom made me love shooters again

About a year ago YouTuber TotalBiscuit created a video asking "Have single-player FPS gone backwards?" and his premise caused me to take pause. The first-person shooter genre is one that I had largely ignored in recent ...
Aug 30 // segastardust

Surviving Sierra: A Beginners Guide to Adventure

This year I've been taking the opportunity to replay all of my favourite Sierra On-Line adventure games. Sierra is likely responsible for the inception of graphic adventures and they certainly did a great deal in terms of cr...
Aug 23 // segastardust

Simplifying Syndicate: A Missed Opportunity for EA

A recent venture to the local dollar store yielded a small surprise for me. Amongst the eclectic selection of public domain films and K-Tel CDs I found a copy of 2012's Syndicate, appropriately priced at only one Canadian do...
Aug 04 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: Crystal Monsters

Gameloft has a dubious standing in the game's industry. While they're known for almost consistently delivering a respectable level of quality with their efforts, the studio is almost universally looked down upon for what mo...
Mar 09 // segastardust

Let's talk about Ouya!

There comes a time where, as a consumer, I feel it's necessary to put up or shut up. Among gaming circles throughout the internet it's become a widely adopted philosophy to vote with your dollars to see the change you wa...
Nov 26 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: ObScure - The Aftermath

It's no secret that the internet can be an overtly negative place to hang out sometimes and when it comes to bloggers and journalists, there's certainly no shortage of the angry critic. While several internet personalities ar...
May 08 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: Sonic Unleashed

It's no secret that the internet can be an overtly negative place to hang out sometimes and when it comes to bloggers and journalists, there's certainly no shortage of the angry critic. While several internet personaliti...
May 01 // segastardust

Nintendo, I solved your problem for you.

It is no secret to anybody that one of Nintendo's biggest problem with the Wii U currently is their marketing (or lack of marketing) for the device. By their own admission they've been unsuccessful in advertising their new fl...
Apr 28 // segastardust

Outsider's Perspective: Call of Duty Black Ops 2

Call of Duty has become something of a phenomenon in the Gaming industry. The series' is almost consistently winning awards, breaking sales records and being released to widespread and critical acclaim. Admittedly, I mis...
Apr 05 // segastardust

Wii need U: Nintendo's conspicuous absence

A few short weeks ago tragedy struck as my PS3 met the same fate my Xbox 360 did a year prior. The aging console (a model 1 80gb unit from 2008) that had been plagued with inexplicable freezing and lock-ups for months finally...
Mar 05 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: Ninja Gaiden 3

It's no secret that the internet can be an overtly negative place to hang out sometimes and when it comes to bloggers and journalists, there's certainly no shortage of the angry critic. While several internet personaliti...
Feb 20 // segastardust

Outsider's Perspective: Street Fighter

For as long as I can remember I've been a gamer. Playing videogames has brought me some of the most vivid experiences of my life and I can't imagine what life would be like without the unbridled joys gaming has to offer....
Jan 25 // segastardust

Looking Back: EB Games

I remember a time when the local EB Games (or GameStop as it's more commonly known as in the States) was my favourite store in the city. When I was younger it would always be the first place I'd want to visit during our tri...
Jan 15 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: Silent Hill Downpour

It's no secret that the internet can be an overtly negative place to hang out sometimes and when it comes to bloggers and journalists, there's certainly no shortage of the angry critic. While several internet personalities ar...
Dec 16 // segastardust

Looking Back: Wii hardly knew U

Out of all the game consoles to be released over the decades our medium has enjoyed a place in our homes few have managed to conjure up the same success, debate and controversy as Nintendo's Wii. In fact, no time durin...
Dec 05 // segastardust

For Your Re-Consideration: Sonic 3D Blast

It's no secret that the internet can be an overtly negative place to hang out sometimes and when it comes to bloggers and journalists, there's certainly no shortage of the angry critic. While several internet personaliti...
Nov 18 // segastardust

Looking Back: The Seventh Generation's Greatest Contribution to the Medium

As this generation winds down and with the majority of it seemingly in our rearview mirror it's only natural to begin to look back. Afterall, hindsight has the distinct benefit of being 20/20 for the most part. Some of the ol...

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