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Regular Show: Mordecai & Rigby in 8-bit Land

There are a lot of things that made Regular Show stand out from Cartoon Network’s critically acclaimed programming in the ...
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WWF In Your House

Please check out Wrestling with Pixels, our comprehensive look at the history of wrestling video games! Both the World Wrestling ...
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Cold Fear

Ubisoft had been dabbling in horror games as early as 1986 with their computer game Zombi, but 2005's Cold Fear ...
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Batten Tanuki no Daibouken (Japanese Video Game Obscurity)

This article is part of our Japanese Obscurities feature. We put out a whole book about them, which is available ...
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Ken’s Labyrinth

In its prime, the Build engine was considered nothing short of a technical marvel. While it took some time for ...
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NYC: The Big Apple

In Synapse's NYC: The Big Apple, developed by Russ Segal, you control a tourist who simply wants to see the ...
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In the Hunt

The 1990s was not too kind to Japanese company Irem, best known for classics such as Moon Patrol, Kung-Fu Master ...
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Eggs of Steel

By the time it released in 1998, Eggs of Steel: Charlie’s Eggcellent Adventure (known as Hello Charlie!! in Japan) already ...
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Empires: Dawn of the Modern World

Rick Goodman, co-founder of Ensemble Studios and founder of Stainless Steel Studios, had struck gold with the original Empire Earth ...
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Empire Earth 3

The latter half of the 2000s in certain respects bore witness to several excellent entries in the real-time strategy genre, ...
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