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Predator 2

The original Predator is memorable in creating an enduring sci-fi villain with a rather fresh twist. He’s not a mindless drone or persistent robot, no, he’s a fairly clever intergalactic hunter with humans as his prey. Predator 2 hasn’t handled the test of time quite as well, and is remembered mostly for its odd casting […]

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Tempest 2000

Both the Jaguar I bought and its corresponding section on the site have laid dormant for far too long. Just as in my youth, I got very excited about Alien vs Predator, and then quickly forgot about the rest of the system (but hey, so did the market!) I’ve finally felt mildly ashamed enough about […]

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StarFox

I remember first laying eyes on Star Fox at a game store display, and pretty much freaking the fuck out. I believe I would have killed a man on the spot if it would have resulted in me walking away with the game. The idea of a space shooter was, of course, not particularly unique. […]

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Die Hard Trilogy

I’ve already talked a lot about how much I love The Terminator, but with the exception of once, I haven’t really had the chance to talk about one of my other beloved set of movies: the Bruce Willis action/adventure Die Hard trilogy. I love the series so much, I’ll even happily watch Renny Harlin’s Die […]

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Zombies Ate My Neighbors

I could write an entire feature on the history of LucasArts, from their standard-setting creative and technical innovations, to their pitiful degradation into the Star Wars Game Assembly Line. I mean they’re not even developing those things in-house any more. But that’s probably better suited for a Grim Fandango review. Suffice it to say that […]

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Chiller

I got the digital equivalent of a letter slipped under the door after I reviewed Blood, telling me that if I wanted to see the most disturbing game ever made, I needed to check out Exidy’s arcade release Chiller. Now I don’t get a lot of these, so it had a little more credibility, but […]

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