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Hugo’s House Of Horrors

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Hugo

Back in the early ’90s, the concept of shareware on PCs was about just as popular as the concept of

Streets of Rage

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Streets of Rage

Capcom revolutionized the fledgling beat-em-up genre in 1989 with Final Fight, their first brawler of many. Sega, quick to capitalize


A lot of times when people encounter a game that doesn’t make much sense, they’ll usually write it off as


Gaiapolis is definitely the most original of Konami’s arcade brawlers. In fact, it takes so many liberties with the genre, much

Shark Attack

Back in the early ’80s, digitized speech was a pretty snazzy thing. That is, if you could understand it. You


If you ask RPG fans what the original console RPG was, odds are most will tell you it was 1986’s Dragon


Exidy were one of the first names in the arcade business, having been around since the mid-70s, putting them in


More than any other form of gaming, arcade games tend to stick to trends. Ever since Space Invaders, arcade developers always

Smash TV

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Smash TV / Total Carnage

For about as long as video games have been a thing, there have been attempts to take older video games


This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Time Killers / Bloodstorm

Two years after Time Killers went as quickly as it came in the arcades, Strata would release another fighting game. It’s an

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