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Utsurun Desu.: Kawauso Hawaii e Iku

  Utsurun Desu. was a gag manga running for about a decade, from 1984 to 1994. As one of those

Twin Caliber

Starting in the 1950s, movies began presenting expert gunfighters as being able to wielding not one, but two guns at

Top Banana

Weird games can be good sometimes. They slip under the radar and turn into hidden gems. Some weird games are

Top Hunter: Roddy & Cathy

 SNK created many notable franchises during the reign of the Neo Geo, but one that never quite caught on was

Total Carnage

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

Two years after the release of the original Smash TV, Midway would put out a sequel. For whatever reason, however,

Total Recall

Total Recall is one of the most interesting films in Hollywood history. Directed by Paul Verhoeven of Robocop fame and

Tough Turf

Sunsoft created a couple of games for the Sega System 16 arcade platform, and their games were…not exactly original. Bay

Trampoline Terror!

Trampoline Terror! is a somewhat unusual game developed by Masaya, who are also mostly known for making unusual games. It

Trip World

In the early 1990s Sunsoft was at its best, developing many fine platformers, several of which were even licensed properties.


  Not unlike Maniac Mansion or Hugo II: Whodunit?, Teenagent (usually spelled without the space) is another adventure game that

T&C Surf Designs: Wood & Water Rage

LJN is notorious for publishing many stinkers on the NES based off of licensed properties. Interestingly, they weren’t all based

Taboo: The Sixth Sense

1983 was when I, Robot hit arcades with its prototypical 3D graphics, but it also came with a curious secondary

Tail ‘Gator

Developed and published by Natsume, Tail ‘Gator is a likable sidescrolling action-platformer for the Game Boy. As the story goes,

Tail of the Sun

In the PlayStation’s early days, Artdink released Aquanaut’s Holiday, a “non-game” that attempted to present a non-linear, non-violent, open-world ocean

Tao: The Way

by Nilson Carroll – February 23, 2016 Tao is so strange, so inexplicably weird, and almost completely unknown and undocumented that it