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New Adorably Cute Stubbins Shown Off at New York Toy Fair 2019

What was once PlayStation Experience exclusives, the Stubbins line of adorable chibi-inspired stuffed characters has fully transformed into a plethora of beauty. Franchises like Destiny, Fallout, Megaman and Viewtiful Joe (crazy throwback, right?!), and more are all showcased. Check them out here!

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Yooka-Laylee delayed — gets new trailer:

Playtonic Games has unveiled the E3 trailer for Yooka-Laylee, which will be playable at the show between June 14th and June 16th. But with the good news, comes bad news. Playtonic have also announced Yooka-Laylee’s release date has been pushed back.  Continue reading Yooka-Laylee delayed — gets new trailer:

The Ugliest of the Good and the Bad

Opinions are wonderful, aren’t they? We all have our personal likes and dislikes, and whether we know it or not, some are just downright moronic. So, what better way is there to illustrate that point than to flaunt our own idiocy? Let’s start with some games I’m convinced are good, and then I’ll tell you why that game you love is terrible. Shall we proceed?  Continue reading The Ugliest of the Good and the Bad

Great Cheap Video Game Gifts That Aren’t Video Games

Looking for that perfect last minute stocking stuffer for the gamer that has it all? Want to be the cool relative, but don’t want to drop $60 on a AAA title? We’ve compiled a list of creative, relatively inexpensive video game gifts that aren’t games. Let’s take a look: Continue reading Great Cheap Video Game Gifts That Aren’t Video Games

Mario Doesn’t Try Anymore

Super Mario 64 is one of my favorite video games ever. I remember getting my Nintendo 64 a few months after the system was first released and it was my first game. I loved Mario games before that, especially Super Mario World, but Mario 64 blew my mind. The freedom from running around in three dimensions, all the moves Mario could do, the clear blue water. Holy crap, the water looked good! I remember that feeling so well. The joy from a brand new Mario game. Whenever a new Mario game was coming out, it meant something new and innovative was coming. Something that would push the industry into new territory. Whether it was analog control, multiple playable characters with different abilities, or a non-linear world, Mario furthered the industry through design. So it makes me sad that Super Mario 64 was the last time I was truly blown away by a Mario game. Continue reading Mario Doesn’t Try Anymore

Xbox One Gets Backwards Compatibility

In a shocking announcement in Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Phil Spencer announced that there will be backwards compatibility to Xbox One allowing Xbox 360 games to be played on Xbox One. Right now there are 22 games ready to be played with more coming in the following months. Continue reading Xbox One Gets Backwards Compatibility