Golden Power Golden Power

Golden Power

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Collector’s Edition I don’t need to tell you that The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 64 is probably the greatest video game of all time—there are a million other blogs that have already made...

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My Sega Genesis My Sega Genesis

My Sega Genesis

I was five years old when my older cousins, Mikey and Anthony, introduced me to video games. Even though I was “too young,” they passed me the controller (with strong admonitions against breaking it) and allowed me the privilege of hacking and slashing through one level of a...

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Beauty, Brains and Barf Beauty, Brains and Barf

Beauty, Brains and Barf

The Goofy Genius of Earthbound Nintendo has made some weird games over the years. Think about it: their mascot is a mushroom-munching plumber who rides a dinosaur and shoots fire from his hands. That’s not normal. But it’s exactly the kind of thing we expect to...

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Sega Nomad Sega Nomad

Sega Nomad

I don't remember asking my parents for a Nomad, and I'll never know what possessed them to purchase one. However, a very excited kid on Christmas morning in the late 90's unwrapped a Sega Genesis Nomad and promptly began to play it. Six AA batteries and two hours...

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Panasonic Q - The Gamecube With a DVD Player. Panasonic Q - The Gamecube With a DVD Player.

Panasonic Q - The Gamecube With a DVD Player.

Here is one I bet you didn’t know about, the Panasonic Q. The Q is the combination of a Nintendo Gamecube and a DVD player. Released in December of 2001 and discontinued in 2003 due to low sales, the Q never really made an impression and was ultimately deemed a...

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