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I was a Nintendo kid growing up. We did own non-Nintendo consoles, but my first experience with video games is with the Nintendo Entertainment System. Many memories of playing the Super Mario Bros. series of games. Also games like Duck Hunt or Excitebike with my siblings. It’s hard to forget   Read More ...

When it comes to the idea of Virtual Reality, I was always curious about it. However, the price point and computer requirements in order to get things like the Oculus and Vive up and running were something I wasn’t ready to invest that much money into. So when the Playstation   Read More ...

So Bazooka has released some new candy based on popular gaming and anime/manga franchise Yo-Kai Watch. I received both flavors; regular and sour. The first thing I noticed besides the rather shiny, large, and silver package was the fact that the scent could be smelled even through what seemed like   Read More ...

As people continue to become more and more connected, gaming companies are trying to find new ways to interact and engage with users. Whether it’s through addictive apps or social networking, there’s no question that people love to share things and love playing games even more. They also love to   Read More ...

For those new to Final Fantasy XV, the game was originally announced as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, yes this game began originally as the thirteenth main console game long before Square developed the Lightning saga, which would eventually go on to be known officially as the thirteenth main console game in   Read More ...

One of the features I really liked about the Playstation Portable (PSP) was its ability to output to a TV via Composite cables. This gave players the option to play their PSP games on a bigger screen if they wanted to do so. It also enabled the ability to record   Read More ...

As announced over the weekend, Nintendo has released a successor to the Nintendo 3DS, while not an outright sequel to the previous hardware, this version has new tech including extra shoulder buttons and an heavily upgraded CPU just to name a couple. However the real issue with the new handheld   Read More ...

Nintendo made a big change last year by opting out of their live press conference and broadcasting a Nintendo Direct in its place. It was a decent effort, but many would say that concept didn’t do much for Nintendo. I thought the Direct broadcast was alright for what it was,   Read More ...

Otaku Dome had the opportunity to interview writer of the Tomb Raider reboot, it’s sequel, and the original Mirror’s Edge; Rhianna Pratchett. We talk the differences between writing for gaming, film, comics, and more: 1. First of all, thanks for doing the interview with us we appreciate. Second, you’ve been   Read More ...

The headline is correct, yesterday evening Microsoft confirmed that a Kinect-less Xbox One was on it’s way, and even sooner than what we were thinking. In fact the new SKU releases this June, and gamers can get their hands on the controller only console on June 9, 2014 for a   Read More ...

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