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It’s 2018 And I’m Hooked On Mega Man X Again

I’ve never enjoyed a single movement in a video game as much as the Mega Man X dash jump. I could dash jump all day—off ledges, up walls, across pits filled with spikes. For all the double jumps, dodge rolls, and infinite sprints I’ve encountered since, nothing has filled my heart with so much joy […]

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The Next Evolution In Gamer Food Is Here

Funko, the toy company behind the adorable/creepy/vacant-eyed parody dolls of beloved cultural icons ranging from Spider-Man to David Cross that time he covered himself in blue paint for in episode of Arrested Development, announced in a new blog post today it will soon be selling cereal as well. It’ll be called…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Monster Hunter World’s Mega Man Quest Is Terrific

While Monster Hunter: World’s Spring Blossom Festival brings back old event quests, the game keeps adding new and absurd rewards as well. The latest event quest offers one of the most exciting arena battles yet and transforms your palico cat companion into Mega Man.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Collector Offers To Pay $100,000 For Original Contra Box Art

While video game collecting is a popular hobby, video game art collecting is a more rarefied avocation. That’s probably because there are so few pieces to go around. There are thousands of copies of Battletoads In Battlemaniacs for the Super Nintendo, but only one original painting of its box artwork—and that’s owned…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The Brilliant Use Of Speed In Mega Man 2’s Quick Man Stage

One of the most extraordinary facts about Mega Man 2 is that it almost didn’t happen. Sales of the first Mega Man were low, and it was only with the special permission of Capcom’s vice president that development was allowed to proceed. But there was a catch. The staff had to work on it concurrently […]

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Fight for Your Dreams, the new Prescription for Sleep album that turns battle music from Final Fanta

Fight for Your Dreams, the new Prescription for Sleep album that turns battle music from Final Fantasy, Undertale, Mega Man, Transformers and more into sumptuous jazzy lullabies, is now available for purchase on iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify. Do not operate heavy weaponry while listening. Read more… Continue Reading at

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