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Tombs, Ancient Secrets and Wanton Destruction of Furry Woodland Creatures: Rise of the Tomb Raider Review

Back in 2013, we got the Tomb Raider reboot we deserved. Lara returned to us as a fledgling adventurer struggling to survive after being shipwrecked on a mysterious island. Now she...

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Welcome Back to Jurassic Park

For nearly twenty years, Jurassic Park for Super Nintendo has sat on my shelf of video games, unbeaten. The lack of a save button on this particular game, plus the afternoon thunde...

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Nintendo Quest Review – Finding Inspiration in NES

It takes an exceptional film to inspire someone. It takes an exceptionally powerful film, however, to evoke action. Nintendo Quest is an exceptionally powerful film. And after watc...

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Fusion Store: A Retro Gamer’s Pocket Guide to eBay Deals

Part of being a collector of retro video games is the constant struggle to find good deals. Even if you’re cheap like myself, there comes a time where you realize you wonR...

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Reliving The Past With Replay Amusement Museum

It was my first time ever playing an original Neo Geo arcade cabinet. I selected one of my all-time favorites, Metal Slug. I was halfway through the first level when I hear the so...

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Retro On The Go Mobile: Lightning Fighter 2

Isn’t technology crazy? Virtually everyone today carries a device in their pocket that can play games, music, movies, browse the internet, oh, and it also makes phone calls. ...

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Johnny’s Super Awesome Best Game Played in 2014!

A lot of people have been making these “best games of 2014” lists. We at Retro Dustbin decided to take a different spin on it. We wanted to talk about our top games of ...

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A Cinematic Experience: Indigo Prophecy

About a year ago, I borrowed Heavy Rain from Jarrod. I had heard about it, but never had a chance to play it because I didn’t have a PS3. Once I bought one, after I played Th...

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