All posts by Brian Crimmins

Famicom Bunko: Hajimari no Mori

Long after the Super Nintendo faded from relevance in America and Europe, the Nintendo Power service ensured its survival in

Napple Tale

At first glance, Napple Tale: Arsia in Daydream looks like a historical anomaly. In a time when Sega was flexing their creative

Hyper Iria

Ever since the late days of the Atari 2600, video game adaptations of non-video game properties have firmly entrenched themselves

Kat’s Run

Anybody familiar with racing games in the early to mid 90s can tell you just energetic and creative the scene

Motoko-chan no Wonder Kitchen

From the very moment you boot up the game, it’s clear what Motoko-Chan no Wonder Kitchen is. Its visual style is a

Neon Genesis Evangelion

If you asked an anime fan what the best anime from the 1990s was, you’d probably get Cowboy Bebop as your answer.


1988 and 1989 were very strange years for video games. For whatever reason, this period saw an odd rise in

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