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It’s more than a fairytale

One of my favourite artists is J. Scott Campbell and I love it when they take his art and make a statue from it. We already have a Spiderman* series based on his designs. And now, his biggest personal artwork line is getting statuealized!
Yes, I know that isn’t a real word…

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Something old, something new and something blue

I’m not a fan of reproductions, but on the other hand, it does give people a chance to own something that has been long out of production… Especially with older games, like for the NES and SNES, it can be a nice thing. That is, as long as it’s being advertised as being a reproduction and not sold as the genuine article. iam8bit is a company that’s coming out with some reproductions that I was tempted to buy.

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Another beautiful white wolf

Easily one of the most beautiful games I ever played was Okami. It had such a unique and well done art style that worked well for the Wii that I couldn’t help but fall in love. And now, First 4 Figures makes me fall in love all over again!

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The Turtle moves

Two days ago, our all-time favourite author had his birthday. Unfortunately, it only emphasises just how much we miss him as he passed away three years back. It came as a shock to us that already three years have passed. Sir Terry Pratchett was nothing short of a genius.

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War… War never changes.

Howdy, welcome to the wasteland partner. If it moves, shoot it, if it still moves, leg it! We have an armor that can help you, but no warranty or take backsies. It is not Deathclaw proof, let it not be said I didn’t warn you.

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Be still Mouse. You can change your pants in a moment.

Only a few companies are really dedicated to their licences. Even less in a world of difficult licences, such as game related ones. Gaming Heads is one of those companies. This review is about the fifth statue in the Mass Effect line. The last instalment of the game series, the third, is already from 2012. Crazy right?

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Uga Buga!

One of the most memorable, and fun, games from my childhood has to be Crash Bandicoot. I’ve played the first game on the Playstation a lot!

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She’s getting old…

Twenty-two years ago, my brother got an awesome game on his PC. A PC I wasn’t allowed to touch. Which meant of course that I tried to guess his password each and every time he wasn’t looking. And when I succeeded, I got to play this awesome game. Never got passed the training level, but hey, I was only eight at the time…