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GAMING GREATS: Secret of Evermore (1995)

GAMING GREATS: Secret of Evermore (1995)

Rod and his trusty canine companion have a galactic adventure in this SNES favourite. 

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LICENSE TO THRILL?: Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire (1996)

LICENSE TO THRILL?: Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire (1996)

Rod returns to a galaxy far, far away for one of the most fondly-remembered tie-ins on the N64. 

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REVIEW: Splatoon (2015)

REVIEW: Splatoon (2015)

R.G. tries to decide if he’s a kid or a squid in Nintendo’s brand new IP.

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All Hail Nintendo: Rediscovering the Wii U

All Hail Nintendo: Rediscovering the Wii U

Andy is here to give us a retrospective of Nintendo’s current console and why you shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss it. 

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LICENSE TO THRILL?: GoldenEye 007 (1997)

LICENSE TO THRILL?: GoldenEye 007 (1997)

Rod becomes James Bond 007 for one of the greatest – if not THE greatest – licensed games in history. 

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LICENSE TO THRILL?: Indiana Jones’ Greatest Adventures (1994)

LICENSE TO THRILL?: Indiana Jones’ Greatest Adventures (1994)

“If adventure has a name, then it must be Indiana Jones.” Rod grabs his fedora and whip for a SNES favourite. 

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SquabbleCast #6: “Retro Games Pt. 2: Gimme, Gimme a Holodeck”

SquabbleCast #6: “Retro Games Pt. 2: Gimme, Gimme a Holodeck”

Chrissy joins Dave for a trek through the history of popular gaming, including shout-outs to Sonic, Mario, Resident Evil, and Tomb Raider, as well as theories about where games might take us in the future. 

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Top 2D Platformers That Aren’t Mario or Sonic

Top 2D Platformers That Aren’t Mario or Sonic

Want to play a 2D platform game that doesn’t involve an Italian plumber or a blue hedgehog? R.G. gives you his favourite alternatives.

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GAMING GREATS: Tetris (1989)

GAMING GREATS: Tetris (1989)

R.G. celebrates a quarter-century of the legendary puzzle game as represented by its most famous iteration.

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Nintendo: Movie Studio?

Nintendo: Movie Studio?

Would Nintendo be wise to license their characters to movie studios? Andrew gives it a good think. 

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