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  • Unique Memory Cards (Sega VMU/Sony PocketStation) | Video Review
    When your normal memory card isn't enough, you can get radical and portable with these Tamagotchi-Memory Cards by Sega and Sony. Subscribe Today (click here)! Visit the Website ► http://www.gameandbrowse.com/ Become a Patron ► https://www.patreon.com/gameandbrowse Like us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/GameBrowse/ Visit Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/game_and_browse/  ...
  • Mini-Thrift Blog: Late August/Early September
    Hey Gamers and Browsers! Now that fall time is upon us, my time for thrifting has sadly been reduced. However, that’s not stopped me from wanting to share a few geeky finds that I've come across in my adventures. Without further ado, enjoy this Mini Thrift Blog! The first thing I’d like to show off is this Super Sonic plush Continue Reading...
  • Better Late than Never: A Bloodborne Review
    For what it's worth, I'm well aware that this review is late to the punch. This is more or less a review for the lazy man or /r/patientgamers. Some may ask, well why now? The answer is I finally got around to actually beating the game, silly... Before I start, I'd love to thank our newest Patrons who pledged to Continue Reading...
  • Handheld-to-TV Console Adapters | Video Review
    For many years consumers tried to get the easy access of portable gaming, but still retain the creature comforts of playing on your home television set. Join us for a look at some gaming's premiere companies and their various attempts to cross that bridge!...
  • A Look at Hello Kitty Kruisers for Nintendo Switch | Let’s Play / Review
    Come join us for a brief let's play and look at Hello Kitty Kruisers, a game that was noted as a fairly rare Wii U title that got ported over to the Nintendo Switch. We discuss who is the goodest boy and the other short comings of this rather expensive title from Sanrio....
  • Jurassic World Evolution: We Spared Maybe Some Expense
    A wise man once said, "God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs a video game about managing theme parks filled with dinosaurs". If you watched my review on Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis, you'll notice the idea of managing your own private dino-laden theme park is nothing new. It's been a solid 15 Continue Reading...
  • A Trip to the Pokemon Regional Championship
    Yesterday, I got to do something that I have always wanted to do as a Pokemon fan; Aaron took me to the Pokemon Regional Championships (Saint Louis) in Collinsville, IL. The Pokemon Company International holds tournaments every year to find the best Pokemon players all over the world. Regional tournaments are held in every region of the United States (as Continue Reading...
  • Ode to Game Monster
    Part 1 - The Legend of Game Monster Aaron: It's a pretty tough pill to swallow; no one wants to see something that has made a solid impact on your life just fade away. Sadly, that time has come in our lives here in the Midwest. One of our local retro stores is closing up shop for good, and it stings. Continue Reading...
  • Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis | Video Review
    With Jurassic World: Evolution announced for 2018, I can't help but feel the hype and desire to make a review for one of my favorite games in the Park Management & Simulation genre. So I did. Neat, huh?...
  • Persona 5: Fast Times at Shujin Academy
    Contrary to the meme-worthy hit battle song "Last Surprise", I did see this coming. Persona 5 was nothing short of a breakthrough success for Atlus and the long running JRPG (Japanese Role Playing Game). It was the largest debut in the series reaching #1 on the sales chart, and it is also the first JRGP game to do this since Ni Continue Reading...
  • Dead Cells: A Smash-Hit in the Making
    Metroidvania with a dash of Souls Dead Cells is what I'd call a brilliant amalgamation of various genres and styles. It's one of the latest (released on May 10th) games to hit the Steam Early-Access page and is already rocketing off to high acclaim with the store's customers. Currently the game is sporting a 96% approval rating at the time Continue Reading...
  • Persona 5: Take Your Heart – A Look at the Collectors Edition
    Hello everyone! April 4th will mark the first time a main series Shin Megami Tensei: Persona game hits the US market since December 9, 2008 when Persona 4 was released. Technically you could count the enhanced version of the game, Persona 4 Golden, which was released for the PlayStation Vita in 2012. If you really want to get down to it, there was Continue Reading...