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The west needs a Ganbare Goemon/Mystical Ninja collection

It wasn’t long after I had described Konami as collection adverse that it hit us with a trio of pretty awesome compilations. The Arcade, Castlevania, and Contra collection are all stacked with solid games. It’s actually an impre...


My depression is impeding my ability to actually finish games, which is frustrating. However, I've taken the opportunity to finish this review for the PS1's Sarge's Heroes.


Review: Gato Roboto

Don’t tell cats, but they’re a mere few steps away from ruling the world. Sure, they may look cute, but they run the internet, an estimated 36 million American households own at least one, and your aunt owns 12. Heck, it’s...


Who was the bigger fashion disaster? Isa Jo with his thigh highs and powder blue vest or John Morris with his jeans and suspenders over a waistcoat?


Remember back in the day when you'd rent a game and someone would have written all the cheat codes in the back of the manual? The people who did that are the real heroes.


The secret threat of tanuki balls

It’s no secret Japan has long been trying to destroy us westerners with its unstoppable culture for decades. Whether it's replacing our wives with waifus or cramming our circulatory systems with their nutrient void, sodium-packed inst...


I've been struggling to get engrossed in games lately. I've tried lots of different titles from new games to old favourites. Currently trying to get into Dark Cloud, and I don't think it's working. It's very frustrating.


It's back to Drake and his ever-expanding collection of belt buckles in my review of Uncharted 3. If you read my other reviews, you can probably guess how this one goes.


It's time for the rail shooter to take flight again

“We’re going to break through that fleet!” Fox says as he and his wingmates assault a vastly overwhelming enemy armada. Maybe it’s one of the less memorable quotes from Star Fox 64, but it’s a moment that captu...


Sadly, I need to cut back on my two reviews a week schedule to focus on my other writing gigs. For now, here's my review for Hypnospace Outlaw!


As foretold, I've got a review of Uncharted 2. It's not that I think the series is bad, I'm just really tired of shooting dudes in the face from behind belt-high cover.


Oh, gosh! As of today, I've been part of this community for one whole year. I'm like the chicken pox; you can never truly get rid of me.


Twisted Metal III is like a Saturday Morning Cartoon based off Twisted Metal. A goofy, awkward caricature of the previous games. With Rob Zombie music.


This week, I use too many words to say that Uncharted is a decent game, it's just not a game for me. Tune in next week when I say basically the same thing about Uncharted 2.


What day is it? Holy crap, Thursday!? I've got a review for the Game Gear's Sonic the Hedgehog. I'm going back to my daze now.


This is sort of an old review, but I didn't want it to go to waste. It's Chameleon Twist, a game that I have many cherished, falsified memories of.


Got a new racing wheel with clutch and H-shifter. I don't drive, so I need to learn how to work a manual transmission. Been practicing using My Summer Car's crappy vehicles. Somehow, I'm learning.


It's Thursday, which means it's time for another review. This time it's Twisted Metal 2! I wasn't a Playstation girl, but I still managed to play a lot of it back in my childhood.


I recently played through Alex Kidd in Miracle World and thought it was a barrel of trash. I was surprised to find a lot of recent reviews that hail it as a classic. Does anyone here like the game? What did I miss that makes it so worthwhile?


I wound up completing Dragon Warrior IV, and now there's a review of it up on my blog. Hopefully, that satisfies my Dragon Quest cravings.


Do you play games in chronological order?

You could’ve warned me all you wanted, but finding myself sitting here, playing Twisted Metal III, was an inevitability after I decided I wanted to re-experience the series. As I fought a monster-truck-driving grandma outside Santa&rs...


About Adzukenone of us since 3:39 PM on 05.09.2018

Adzuken Q. Rumpelfelt is a gadabout gaming hobbyist, avid tea enthusiast, and aspiring writer. She's been playing video games all her life and is a lover of both new and retro games.

Obsessed in the obscure, the forgotten, and the unique, she enjoys diving in to find the human side of gaming. The failures as well as the successes.

A lover of the kitschy, the bizarre, and the dated. Enjoys 80's and 90's cartoons, horrible box art, awful voice acting, and non-traditional storytelling.

She also writes on her personal blog, the Game Complaint Department