The Music of Revelations: Persona

With the announcement of Persona 3 Dancing Moon Light / Persona 5 Dancing Star Night, it’s a perfect opportunity to talk about the wonderful music of Persona and the creative forces behind it. We've come a long way since the release of 1995's Revelations: Persona for the PlayStation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAgr6wtJOuw&t=2420s Megami Ibunroku Persona was developed by … Continue reading The Music of Revelations: Persona

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From Gameboy to the Super Nintendo: An evolution of Kirby’s copy abilities

When you think of Kirby, the first thing that comes to mind is his iconic ability to suck up enemies and take their power. It's a simple yet effective gameplay mechanic that has held strong for over 25 years. But it's evolution wasn't necessarily linear. When taking a closer look through Kirby's long history, it … Continue reading From Gameboy to the Super Nintendo: An evolution of Kirby’s copy abilities

How I obtained… and promptly lost my copy of Earthbound

If there was only one game I ever truly wanted in my gaming collection, it had to be Earthbound for the Super Nintendo. Who would have thought that for a brief moment in time, one of my favorite role-playing games would come into my possession, only to be taken from me as quickly as it … Continue reading How I obtained… and promptly lost my copy of Earthbound

Star Fox 2 and the importance of video game preservation

The announcement of Star Fox 2 for the Super Nintendo Classic edition marks an important step in video game preservation. Initially planned for release the near end of the Super Nintendo’s life, Star Fox 2 was quietly shelved in 1995, likely due to the impending release of the Nintendo 64. While many of its ideas … Continue reading Star Fox 2 and the importance of video game preservation

Time to pull out the shovel and resurrect another dead console brand

Who would have thought, after 24 years, Atari is getting back into the home console game with the brand new AtariBox. From what I’ve read on Atari Age, this isn’t going to be another plug-and-play 2600, but a real dedicated piece of hardware. Now it’s time for my favorite part of an announcement: Needless speculation! … Continue reading Time to pull out the shovel and resurrect another dead console brand