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For our third annual VGBS Live Panel at Midwest Gaming Classic 2018, we are talking about our favorite Hidden Gaming Gems for tons of consoles! Continue reading
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It’s been a month since the last progress report so it’s time to update everyone once again on where the Definitive Complete SNES books are at.
It’s time to announce the 10th book from Hagen’s Alley… Due to the success of The Complete NES and The Complete SNES, we are proud to announce our next book(s) in the series….The Complete Switch!
Before we dive into Ni No Kuni II: The Revenant Kingdom, let’s take a look back at Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. This excellent game by Level-5 Studio tackles depression and the grieving process in a way … Continue reading
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God doesn’t exist. At least, not in the way we all think. On this week of Gamer’s Guide we take a deeper look into how theology and our perceptions of God through the lens of Nintendo’s Bayonetta.
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Earthbound is so much more than a story about four kids saving the world from an evil alien overlord. It’s about a group of kids playing a tabletop game to process just how dark and harrowing the world we live … Continue reading
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