Super NES Classic Edition Announced

Fate sometimes hands us a second chance. Another shot at redemption, an opportunity to make things right, a new beginning. Today, Nintendo is giving all us unlucky gamers, fans, and collectors that missed picking up the mini-sized NES Classic Edition another grab at gaming memorabilia. Sadly, it’s not another production run of the NES Classic, […]

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Spring Loaded (ARMS First Impressions)

Given my youthful, some might say babyfaced appearance, it would be easy to mistake me for being hip with all the new trends. However, my true understanding of internet/pop culture is shaky to say the least. Basically, I look at memes, fidget spinners, and dabbing the way my grandmother looks at any TV remote manufactured […]

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Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode One Review

After two successful DC entries with The Wolf Among Us and Batman – The Telltale Series, Telltale Games is finally playing both sides of the nerd fence with their newest release of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series. One pressing question I had regarding the Guardians being under the spotlight of the new […]

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Xbox and Chill?

Earlier today, Microsoft released a surprise announcement for the Xbox Game Pass, a new subscription service that will allow access to a large rotating catalogue of games in a similar vein to Netflix. According to the service’s page, the service will cost $10 a month and will feature a roster of over 100 games spanning […]

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The Switching Hour (Nintendo Switch Reveal Recap)

Months and months on end of speculation and leaks about Nintendo’s latest foray into the home console market finally came together this past week in the form of the officially official reveal of the Nintendo Switch. The general idea of the new, more mobile console was shown in a teaser for the Switch in October, […]

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Run the Coins (Super Mario Run Review)

Nintendo is historically infamous for being a late adopter of technology when it comes to their games. For instance, home consoles with HD graphic support became mainstream in 2006 with the release of the Xbox 360 and PS3. Nintendo however, decided to focus more on innovation, with the Wii-mote and Nunchuck style of motion-oriented gaming, […]

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What’s My Age Again? (Pokémon Sun and Moon Review)

While most of the world will go on to remember the year 2016 as unremarkable, inconsequential, and in no way a permanent stain on human history, I for one will always remember 2016 for the 20th anniversary of the international phenomenon, Pokémon. This celebration graced the world with digital re-releases of Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow, the social […]

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A Bad Netflix Christmas: “The Spirit of Christmas” and “The Christmas Bunny”

One Ticket Please decided that, in the spirit of the holidays, we should do something for our readers. That something was to watch what we thought were the worst movies under the “holiday movies” category on Netflix. So commiserate with us, and enjoy. The Spirit of Christmas – Jordan Verdict: Pass. Pass harder than you […]

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Turning Inside Out

1984, The Matrix, Resident Evil, Portal, The Hunger Games: If you minimally enjoyed any of those pieces of media, you should stop whatever you are doing and break into Inside. Inside (PS4, Xbox One, PC) is developer Playdead’s sophomore game following their critically acclaimed masterpiece, Limbo. And trust me, Inside fits right into Playdead’s wheelhouse […]

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Yarn for Adventure

In early 2016, Coldwood Interactive changed the world forever which the release of Unravel (PS4, Xbox One, and PC) and the introduction of the lovable yarn creature, Yarny. Well, kind of… with a very polished indie game look, publication by EA, and the inclusion of Yarny figures in physical copies of the game, it seemed […]

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