Missile Command: Recharged Review – One big-bada-boom


Missile Command: Recharged is a reimagining of the 1980  arcade classic, giving it a new sense of enjoyment as well as a new appeal, including leveling up stats and chasing down leaderboards.

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Missle Command: Recharged is now available for Nintendo Switch and PC


Missle Command is probably one of the most iconic games in the history of gaming, making the Atari classic from Nickervision Studios one oft he most astonishing titles of its kind. Now, players can jump into the newly reimagined version of the game starting today.

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Review: RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic – A Rolling Good Time


+Being able to build your own roller coaster
+The Two Expansion Packs
+Fast Forward feature

-Not one park has unlimited income resources
-Loan on the money
-Having to buy everything, nothing is free

If you’ve ever played the endless fun game of building your very own amusement park also known as RollerCoaster Tycoon then you are obviously familiar game with the annoying song that we’ve all grown to love. We are all familiar with that annoying background music, now let’s be completely honest with one another, that song has gotten stuck in your head once or twice or once while you were creating a path to the water ride you just built.

It starts out slow and sounds like you’re driving in one of those old black hearses, then it picks up and gives you that first theme park ever vibe, you know the song I’m talking about, and if you don’t know what I’m talking about, then you are not true Tycoon Builder.

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Atari Has Released More Details on the Ataribox featuring AMD Radeon Technology, Video Streaming, and More


Atari is one of the worlds most recognized video game publishers, producers, and supporters of the gaming industry.  They widely saw that home consoles grew when they released their first string of home consoles under their Atari trademark name including the Atari 400 and Atari 800, respectively. It wasn’t until 1993 that we formally saw the company take a leave of absence from the industry as a hardware developer when the Jaguar home console didn’t do as well as expected.

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