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Capcom’s Seth Killian on Fighting Games

I absolutely love fighting games. Behind rhythm games, it is my favorite genre of video games and if you mix the two genres, with games such as Slap Happy Rhythm Busters or Draglade, I find the results to be euphoric. The magic about fighting games, though, is that legions of gamers share the same love […]

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Obscure games also attract high score players

Although the spotlight often shines on the classics of the ’80s when it comes to high scoring, when you dig past the surface, you’ll find plenty of talented gamers hungry for top scores in even the most obscure game titles. One of Galloping Ghost Arcade’s recent score wars saw multiple gamers vying for the title […]

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Interview with Nana-OnSha’s Masaya Matsuura

We really shouldn’t have to introduce Masaya Matsuura as his work on 1997’s Playstation hit PaRappa the Rapper is the reason why a good chunk of us are here today, writing on a Web site dedicated solely to music video gaming. Over the course of a decade, the team of NanaOn-Sha has brought us two […]

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Making Waves: Vector Unit’s Matt Small on “Hydro Thunder Hurricane”

Just before the Internet became a part of my daily life and a major source for my video gaming news, 1999 saw two Hydro Thunder cabinets splash down at the marquee location in my local arcade.  Around this time, most gaming magazines had seemingly already given up on the arcade industry, so I knew very […]

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Aaron McCray of Arrogancy Games on Xbox Indie Titles

As expected of its infancy and surge of apps, hidden in the corner of your Xbox 360 Dashboard, there is a potential trove of quality games, hidden away in the unmarketed Community Games section of the Xbox LIVE service. Even though the state of the service is questionable, if you dig deep enough, you will […]

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Interview with TDGMods on Hypertension (DC)

With all of the recent additions to the SEGA Dreamcast library, it’s almost weird to think that we aren’t even shocked or surprised by the announcement of another Dreamcast title hitting the independent scene. We’re closing out 2009 with entries such as DUX,Last Hope: Pink Bullets and Rush Rush Rally Racing, but 2010 already has […]

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Nick Baynes on Split/Second

Nick Baynes has come a long way from his memories of playing his first video game, Punchy on the Commodore 16. Now actively creating games as a member of Black Rock Studios, Baynes is eagerly awaiting gamers’ responses to his newest project, Disney Interactive’s Split/Second, when it releases on May 18. Serving as the game’s […]

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Jesse Attard on Tactics Studios

Tactic Studios has been hard at work in 2010, publicly releasing Immortal Empire, a multiplayer strategy RPG that can be played on the PC straight out of your Web browser with no downloads. Although the title is multiplayer, Immortal Empirestill features a fully fleshed-out story that puts players in the role of an immortal that […]

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G4G Pros Weigh in What Makes a Pro Gamer

Galaxy 4 Gamers (G4G) started its push for competitive gaming for online console gamers back in 2008 but, recently, it has added on a new cast of players for gamers to clash with. Adding in a star-studded cast of pros, the site is asking gamers who think they can tackle the top tier of games […]

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Mateo Rojas on AAA Lucha Libre: Heroes Del Ring

After having so many years with only the WWE in town, gamers tend to get quite excited when a pro wrestling title arises that doesn’t carry the license. The newest game in town brings the AAA crowd of lucha libre wrestlers straight from Mexico and onto your home systems with AAA Lucha Libre: Heroes Del […]

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