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Soldiers! Tanks! Giant crabs and zombies! We review the Nintendo Switch port of Snk's classic arcade game, Metal Slug 3...
A thousand years from now, when we've all been uploaded to a giant computer somewhere, archaeologists will term the late 20th century as the Bp epoch - Before Polygons. Long before virtual reality, way before textured polygons and anisotropic filtering and enhanced subpixel morphological processing, games were largely comprised of big, blocky pixels, each one carefully put in place by hand.
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Looking back, it's startling just how quickly pixel graphics evolved from cheerfully blocky Space Invaders to the detailed, anime-style combatants in the Street Fighter II games of the late 90s. »
Like George Clinton and his resurrection of the funk, the Netflix reboot of Norman Lear's One Day At A Time has shown that if you stay true to your groove, old tunes can sound fresh — very fresh when you have Rita Moreno nailing it every time in what is one of the best sitcoms yet from the streaming service. Launching on January 6 for its 13-episode first season, the 2017 version from writers/executive producers Mike Royce and Gloria Calderon Kellett continues that best… »
2 items from 2017
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