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Here Are Eight Sega Saturn Games (That You Can Play Elsewhere Since You Don’t Own A Sega Saturn)

The Sega Saturn is 20 years old in Japan on November 22nd 2014, so I decided to celebrate it by talking about some good Saturn games. But since you probably don’t own a Sega Saturn, I decided to focus on games that has ports to other systems.

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5 Under The Radar Games To Watch Out For In 2014

With 2014 being the first full year for the new PS4 and Xbox One consoles, there are a slew of new games on the horizon, including some that you may not have heard of (yet). In no particular order, here is a list of five games that haven’t been in the spotlight but are in no way less worthy of your attention.

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When Death is Funny!

We’ve all died in video games. Be it from countless attempts at making progress in Dark Souls, trying to dodge Medusa Heads in Castlevania or just wanting to try and see if Guybrush Threepwood indeed could hold his breath for ten minutes in The Secret of Monkey Island. (Spoiler: He in fact can, to the

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BD Roundtable: Game of the Year

Seven of our fine editors pick out the games they feel is worthy to win their award as Game of the Year. After a great year of videogames with hundreds of good games to pick from, only one may stand for reach writer. Which will it be?

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The Very Best Dreamcast Titles – Dreamcast 15th Anniversary

Fifteen years ago today, a very special console was released in Japan. That console was the Sega Dreamcast, the console that would mark the end of Sega’s career as a hardware manufacturer in relation to videogames. It’s my personal favourite console of all time and there’s a lot of reasons for that. It started so

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Halloween Special – 10 Games To Make Your Night SPOOKTACULAR!

It’s that time of year again, where scares are are in high demand yet not necessarily high supply. Being a bit of a horror junkie, I’ve played my fair share of horror games over the years and I enjoy sharing what I believe to be the best with others, so that they too, may share

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Making the Switch: Five Series to Find Success in Other Genres

On a long enough timeline, even the most endearing of mechanics can grow stale. Developers constantly try to keep their franchises fresh and sometimes that involves rebuilding the series from the ground up. With the release of Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures this week, it seems fitting to take a look at some franchises that

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Top 10 Nippon Ichi Software Games Of All Time

Nippon Ichi Software is one of my favourite developers of all time. Masters of the SRPG, almost all of their games are absolutely packed with both depth and charm. Occasionally, the end result of their ambitions that they pour into each title don’t work out quite as well as they should in theory, but every

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BEST OF E3 2013: Staff Picks

E3 is over, over a week has passed since all the conferences and presentations had been done and now we have had our fair share of good and bad to look back on. There were some genuine surprises, some obvious announcements and some hilarious mishaps on-stage this year, but all in all it was fun.

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Our Favourite Games on Nintendo DS

The DS celebrates 8 years this week in Europe! Because of this we had a DS special for the first part of the discussion segment on this week‘s The Final Battle podcast. But you guys wanted more and so did we. So the celebration of Nintendo’s wonderful little handheld continues as five editors have collected

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5 Most Fun Representations of Survival in Games

Survival. When mentioned in conjunction with videogames the word will invoke a bunch of different feeling and images in a player’s head. It’s a term we don’t hear to often today that can be applied to almost every genre to create a different type of game. This week we have the pleasure of seeing Tomb

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Our Most Anticipated Games of 2013

2013 has started up and now that January’s over we can take a look towards the rest of the year and all the majestic releases coming up. I’ve asked the writers here at Boss Dungeon to write a little piece about the games they’re looking forward to the most this year, and that’s what follows.

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