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The Best Toy Lines of the 80’s

Today I am having a little bit of fun and taking a break from talking about video games. Instead, I will be talking about old school toys. I prefer the term old school over old or vintage as it makes me feel not quite old as hell! Anyway, I was born in 1981 so I was lucky enough to experience

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Forget the world cup, Sensible soccer is where it’s at!

What brought this blog post on was that first of all I am caught up in World Cup fever, but also Xbox has just made the Xbox 360 version of Sensible World Of Soccer backwards compatible with the Xbox One. I was over the moon with this and already have I taken my beloved Glasgow Rangers to incredible heights over

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Game Trading Mistakes That Still Haunt Me!

Game Trading Mistakes That Still Haunt Me! These days many of us while still being game collectors like to have all our collections on one device (which of course is where we come in) however, looking back there are some game trades that I made back in the day that still haunts me. Now let me say that I have

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Techno Symbiosis by Robert Beeley

You’ve probably heard of the phrase ‘the human condition’, for those that haven’t it is a succinct way of saying, we are born, we grow, we eat, we fuck and then we fucking die. Simple as that! An essential explanation of the fundamentals of human life that has never or will never change, until now! I would like to add

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Women in games

Women in games Every minute of every day we choose. Who we are, who we forgive, who we defend and protect. To choose a side or to walk the line, to play the middle or to straddle the fence between what is and what should be. When I began researching this article I came in search of something I did

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RPGs and Storytelling

From crude and primitive paintings on ancient domicile walls to the silver-tongued masters of TV and cinema like Kevin Smith or Steven Moffat. we are a species bestowed with an incredible gift for storytelling. Such is the human disposition to share experiences we are spoilt in the ways and means that we can consume these Chronicles, Fables and Fantasys. Just

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Zelda Through the Ages

There is an ancient Gerudo saying that something lives only as long as the last person who remembers it. My people have come to trust memory over history. Memory, like fire, is radiant and immutable, while history serves only those who seek to control it, those who would douse the flames of memory in order to put out the dangerous

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