Poy Poy – A Sega Lookback

In the early ’90s, when Sega did what Nintendidn’t and NEC’s quirky Turbografix 16 was quickly becoming the cult console of choice, a little game by the name of Bomberman rose from NES semi-obscurity to become the geek-party game of choice. From the moment you popped that wafer-thin Bomberman hu-card into your humble TG-16, sleep …

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Iphone 7 The Same Old Brand New

Everywhere no matter numbers and celebrate because it is an even-numbered year which means we can get hyped up about watching people to superhuman flips at the Olympics and then burn all that nervous energy spending hundreds of dollars on an all new iphone. The highlight of the event include the official iphone announcement and …

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From the Trenches: Whither Innovation?

The clock can still be heard striking seven as William Ambrose De Geeke bursts from his bedroom and charges downstairs, seven-year-old eyes aglow with the gift-laden promise of another Christmas morning. A frantic blur of tangled feet and garish yellow Poke-sleepwear, he charges past his still groggy parents and into the warm glow of the …

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