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Strategic Simulations from Board to Console – by Bill Lange

Fight it out with your trusty six-shooter in the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Lead the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte’s grand armies across the European landscape. Hold the line against Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg. Sink the mighty Bismarck. Command the...

Game Boy Advance: Handheld Gaming Perfected.

To say that the Game Boy Advance (GBA) is the best of the entire Game Boy family may be a tad rhetorical.  It was the more powerful system, it eventually had a backlit screen and the clamshell design made the whole system easier to fit inside a pocket.  You also...

The Official “40 Deuce” SB2 Glossary – by Bill Donohue

Yeah, I live on 42nd street, but for me, it will always be 40 Deuce. That was the name that Ray Gilligan, my former drummer and all-around crazy guy, gave to the street we both lived on. At one time, there was a magical period on the 40 Deuce: Ray was the official...
SNK VS. CAPCOM: THE MATCH OF THE MILLENNIUM Review

SNK VS. CAPCOM: THE MATCH OF THE MILLENNIUM Review

While many say that Marvel VS Capcom is the ultimate experience in fighting game crossovers, I have to disagree. As someone who frequented the arcades regularly, I spent plenty of time split between my favorite Capcom fighters like Street Fighter Alpha 2 and SNK...

Robin Of The Wood for the Commodore 64

Robin Of The Wood for the Commodore 64

Release Date: 1985 Publisher: Odin Computer Graphics Players: 1 Genre: Maze game, Arcade adventure Theme: Fantasy Developer: Steve Wetherill, Paul Salmon, Fred Gray Robin of the Wood was an imposing title on the Commodore 64 platform, and the developers pulled out all...

Mike Ditka’s Big Play Football

Mike Ditka’s Big Play Football

Mike Ditka’s Big Play Football is yet another miserable football game created for the NES. The one thing that separates this game from the pack is that it was never released. Nintendo Power mentioned it in their "Coming Soon" section for almost an entire year while...