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Kaskade joins TELYKast for feel-good crossover tune, ‘No One Else’

2019 has been quite the busy year for dance music ambassador Kaskade, filled with twist and turns. Outside a small setback in that the third edition of his SunSoaked festival didn’t come to fruition, things have generally been on the up for the veteran producer. He and Diplo remixed each other, with the former taking […]

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Kaskade joins TELYKast for feel-good crossover tune, ‘No One Else’

2019 has been quite the busy year for dance music ambassador Kaskade, filled with twist and turns. Outside a small setback in that the third edition of his SunSoaked festival didn’t come to fruition, things have generally been on the up for the veteran producer. He and Diplo remixed each other, with the former taking […]

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Kaskade joins TELYKast for feel-good crossover tune, ‘No One Else’

2019 has been quite the busy year for dance music ambassador Kaskade, filled with twist and turns. Outside a small setback in that the third edition of his SunSoaked festival didn’t come to fruition, things have generally been on the up for the veteran producer. He and Diplo remixed each other, with the former taking […]

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Kaskade joins TELYKast for feel-good crossover tune, ‘No One Else’

2019 has been quite the busy year for dance music ambassador Kaskade, filled with twist and turns. Outside a small setback in that the third edition of his SunSoaked festival didn’t come to fruition, things have generally been on the up for the veteran producer. He and Diplo remixed each other, with the former taking […]

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The Emulator In Capcom’s Home Arcade Is Stirring Controversy

The Capcom Home Arcade, a plug-and-play fight stick that comes with classic arcade games pre-installed on it, was announced earlier this week, causing a backlash in the homebrew community who take issue with the device’s use of open-source emulation software.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission Is A Very Japanese Card Game

Super Dragon Ball Heroes is an incredibly popular Japanese arcade trading card game. Players buy physical cards featuring Dragon Ball heroes and villains, form a team of seven and deploy them in battles via a specialized arcade cabinet. Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission for Nintendo Switch and Steam is the same…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Why Almost Every Pac-Man Player Grabbed The Left Side Of The Machine

A fascinating essay by writer Cat DeSpira points out an easily observed, yet seldom-discussed facet of the history of the world-famous game Pac-Man: A near-universal part of the experience of playing the game in arcades was to grip the side of the machine with one’s non-joystick hand.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Arcade Culture Takes Center Stage In Netflix’s Newest Anime Offering

Over the holidays, Netflix added animated series Hi Score Girl to their streaming lineup. The anime, based on the manga of the same name by Rensuke Oshikiri, is set in Japan during the arcade boom of the 1990s. Hi Score Girl is a slice-of-life comedy focused on the budding love triangle between three childhood…Read more… […]

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An Endless Runner That’s Great For Blowing Off Steam

Sometimes life throws a pack of mummies and raging bulls at you, and the only thing to do is run like heck. I Hate Running Backwards is an endless runner that mixes close call dodges with loud weaponry. As the screen fills with enemies and explosions, it gets harder and harder to run away. It’s […]

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