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Banjo-Kazooie should have received a chapter on Game Boy Color

From the landing on Nintendo 64 and now more than ever thanks to their recent inclusion in the roster of playable characters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the Banjo-Kazooie duet has received a long list of consents ...
Tarzan - NES

Here is Tarzan's game for SNES that has never seen the light

The year was 1994, and next to a resounding Donkey Kong Country, a much-appreciated Super Metroid and many other historic titles by then, the then great spearhead of the Grande N, the Super Nintendo, should have hosted ...

Nintendo 64, a brand new prototype controller appears on the net

Over the past few days, a Twitter user has found a singular and never before seen Nintendo 64 controller, which shows a slightly different layout than the one to which ...

Classic Playstation at the closing price.

As a result of its poor sales, Best Buy and Walmart are selling Playstation Classic at a bargain price, about $ 40. A price cut of well 60 dollars compared to ...

Games Amiga free in browser

The dream of retroplayers comes true. Internet Archive has provided more free 2000 titles for Amiga to play comfortably on the PC via browser. To name a few titles, we find Elite, Bubble Bobble, ...

Super Mario Bros.

Perhaps not everyone has tried it, but certainly everyone knows it. Super Mario Bros. is the most famous game in the series dedicated to the most famous Italian plumber in the world. Created by Nintendo and developed for ...

Twitch, pro player suspended for streaming with a banned user ...

The Fortnite Clix pro player was suspended by Twitch for streaming in the company of a user previously banned for life from the platform.

HyperX FURY DDR4 Memory Now Available on New Alienware Aurora Ryzen ...

HyperX is the Memory Partner for All Alienware Gaming DesktopsFOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Today HyperX, a leading gaming memory supplier, announced that HyperX FURY DDR4 ...

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