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The Theoretically Potentially Annual List of the Games of the List of the Year

Hey everyone, its time again for when I remember to make an arbitrary list of the games I played this year that I enjoyed and had thoughts about, but not enough thoughts to write an entire blog post about. This … Continue reading

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Pactober

When Pac-Man 2 came out, there were already several Pac-Man sequels, spinoffs and remixes. There was Ms Pac-Man, Pac-Man Jr, Pac Land, a really complicated looking Pac-Man boardgame, Pac-Man conversions to every platform available, and more. But none of them … Continue reading

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Bahamut Jazz

Ever since I briefly wrote about the game several months ago (practically an eternity) I wanted to spend more time with my interpretation of Bahamut Lagoon, a SNES-era strategy rpg from the makers of Final Fantasy. Not everyone agrees with … Continue reading

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Earthbound

To the surprise of nearly everyone, Nintendo has decided to rerelease Earthbound on the Wii U Virtual Console for America and Europe. This was a surprise because for the past decade or so it seemed like we would never see … Continue reading

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Final Fantasy VI Recast – A Video Games of the Oppressed exclusive romhack

After my first investigation of romhacks, I was interested in diving in and actually trying to make one. Inspired by the recent surge in gender-swap hacks to promote positive female roles in video games, I considered doing something along those … Continue reading

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Tactics Ogre

While the first Ogre Battle was a familiar fantasy story with some interesting subversions of player expectations, it was its sequel, Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together, which pushed those themes into the forefront of both story and gameplay, as well as placing … Continue reading

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Ogre Battle

Many video games glorify war. A few attempt to make vague proclamations about how war is very, very bad while at the same time rewarding the player for killing as much as possible. Very few games have been able to make any meaningful … Continue reading

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