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More Than Fifteen SEGA Ages Games in the Works For Switch

Some are apparently being re-released for the first time. As announced earlier this year, the SEGA Ages re-releases are coming back, and a new Nintendo Dream interview reveals over…

Super Neptunia RPG Brings Adventure To Switch and PS4 Next Spring, Check Out The Opening Movie

Neptune and her friends set off on a side-scrolling adventure in Spring 2019 IFI’s leading ladies will soon be embarking on their next adventure – but not quite as…

Garou: Mark of the Wolves Pummels The Xbox One and PS4 Today

The finest fighter on the Neo Geo lands on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 Fighting game fans are in for a treat today as what’s arguably the finest fighter…

Retro-centric Rhythm Game Old School Musical Coming To Switch, PC Next Month

The Switch and PC get a steady dose of beats and bits with Old School Musical, coming September 13th   Publisher Playdius and the ever-tangy French indie outfit La…

Manual Samuel Released For Switch

Manual Samuel Available at Nintendo Switch eShop   Manual Samuel, paranormal comedy game developed by Curve Digital and Perfectly Paranormal, has been released for Nintendo Switch. The game was…

Hitman 2 Ups The Immersion For Io Interactive’s Sadistic Series

Hitman 2 offers players a world littered with murderous possibilities   Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today kicked off the first video in a new series for Hitman 2…

Overcooked! 2 Review (Switch)

Medium Well     I was very much excited to play Overcooked! 2. Having already gone through the culinary journey…

2064: Read Only Memories Integral Review (Switch)

Cyberpunked     I lament the fact that I wasn’t old enough (or even alive, depending on the year)…

Salt & Sanctuary Review (Switch)

A (Mostly) Sacrosanct Experience     It isn’t a stretch for me to say that Konami’s Castlevania series was an…

Book Review: The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1 (A-M)

Brett Weiss shines a light on Nintendo’s 16-bit superstar   Few consoles in the history of video games pack…

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WarioWare Gold Review (3DS)

WarioWare goes back to its roots! Over a week later, and I still cannot believe I hold the return…

Unavowed Review (PC)

Spellbindingly Good     Throughout history, many have theorized the existence of ghosts, demons and the supernatural. Unavowed not…

Telltale’s The Walking Dead: A Parent’s Tale

No, there’s something in YOUR eye     Warning: This article contains major spoilers for The Walking Dead season 1. If you haven’t finished the game yet, bookmark the post…

Interview: Gal Metal Producer Tak Fujii

Take a Closer Look at the Man Behind the Metal     Last month at E3, we here at Hey Poor Player had the amazing opportunity to sit down…

Eddie Gordo

6 Of The Most Overpowered Fighting Game Characters

K.O. Your Friendship   We’re a big fan of fighting games here at Hey Poor Player, and after a recent heated debate instigated by our resident overlord Francis DiPersio,…

What a loser

Fortnite: The World’s Most Influential Video Game?

What is Fortnite: Battle Royale?   Recently while out shopping with my 6-year-old daughter she suddenly turned to me and said, as she does often, and proclaimed “Watch this!”…

Virtua Tennis 2: The Quintessential Wimbledon Experience

Experience the most relevant nearly 20-year-old tennis sim Wimbledon 2018 is over. For two weeks of every English summer, come rain or shine, everyone in England becomes a tennis…

The 7 Games You Should Keep on Your Smartphone

Get Your Gaming Folder Organized With The 7 Games You Should Keep On Your Smartphone     Let’s face it, the devices we carry around with us every day…

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Preview

Double Dragons   It’s only been a few months since we last stepped in the shiny shoes of the Dragon of Dojima with Yakuza 6: The Song of Life.…

E3 Preview: Senran Kagura: Burst Re:Newal

More Body, More Bounce     The Senran Kaugra series has come a long way in the seven or so years that it’s existed. Although it originally started out as a…

Double Preview

Creepy Double Game Worlds     Double is a new psychological horror game and the first project from two-person Indie developers Tomato Fantasy Games. In a world where whole teams of…

E3 Preview: Super Neptunia RPG

More Neptune, Fewer Dimensions!     Out of all of the games that I ended up playing at this year’s E3, Super Neptunia RPG was the one that left me feeling…

Banned Board Games – Beat the Border

Banned Board Games: Episode Five – Beat the Border   This month we’ll see how irrational fears can translate into board games. We take a look at Beat the Border, published…

Banned Board Games – Quest of the Magic Ring

Banned Board Games: Episode Four – Quest of the Magic Ring? In this month’s Banned Board Games we look at Land of Legend’s Quest of the Magic Ring. This…

Book Review: The SNES Omnibus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol. 1 (A-M)

Brett Weiss shines a light on Nintendo’s 16-bit superstar   Few consoles in the history of video games pack quite the legacy of the Super Nintendo. Released in 1990…

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Silver Spoon Vol. 3 Review

Milk and corn are very delicious. When I reviewed volume 2 of Hiromu Arakawa’s Silver Spoon, I claimed it was already one of the best manga available in America…

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