True Americans love the grand old game of baseball, and cherish it. Or, rather, they used to. It really does not matter very much anymore. We just use baseball lingo now, and ignore the boring game. It works for us. Play ball!
Adeki braces himself for the penultimate editorial in this series navigating through the trippy decade known as the ’90s and ponders the existence of life itself. Adeki also tries to figure out what to do after this series is over, only time will tell!
Adeki tries to think of a pun in the excerpt pertaining to this week’s games but ultimately fails to do so and writes this instead. What good games could have possibly come out in 1997? The world may never know. Unless someone was to read on to find out!
Nintendo cannot seem to commit to Virtual Console in North America, and it is still missing from their latest console. How long will Nintendo ignore this potentially outstanding source of revenue?
Adeki opens the door to the year of 1996 only to be overwhelmed by the amount of games released within a one year period. How could one person play all of these games in just one year? Could anyone besides Bill Gates even afford to? Read on to find out!
We live in disturbing times. The era of Cup Noodle. Games are getting worse, and for those who care it is a repulsive thing to behold.
Adeki dons his space suit and decides to take a trip to the planet of Saturn only to find relative disappointment. Should Adeki have gone to the planet of PlayStation instead? Read on to find out!
Adeki dons his favorite tuxedo vest and decides to pour himself a full glass of time-travelling juice to travel into the year 1994. Was this batch a dud, or a refreshing glass of video gaming happiness? Read on!
Nintendo has prioritized profitability over quality since joining the North American video game market, and their actions beginning with their earliest coin-operated efforts demonstrate this.
Adeki hops into a phone booth with Bill and Ted to find out what happened in 1993 that made video games so dang funky. Will Adeki groove with the beat, or try and make sense in the future? Read on!