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Anthony Pelone

Anthony Pelone
Eating, breathing and living video games on a daily basis, Anthony is particularly fond of the Nintendo variety, but is by no means a console warrior. Somewhere in the midst of his obsession with cat pictures, he finds the time to pen about his favorite hobby. Having previously written for over three sites, Anthony remains dedicated to spreading the gospel of EarthBound.
my hero academia volume 16 review

My Hero Academia Vol. 16 Review

Red Riot Strikes! So, uh, awkward confession from yours truly: for whatever reason, components of My Hero Academia in everything from character deaths to cast members  slip from memory easily — can you believe there was a time I forgot Tokoyami existed? — and having read through Volume 16…
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New Totaka’s Song Unearthed in Pikmin 2

That wily scoundrel! Any Nintendo historian worth their salt is surely familiar with the Totaka’s Song easter egg. Ever since composer Kazumi Totaka began writing music for Nintendo with the Japan-only Game Boy game X, he’s hidden a light 19-note melody deep within nearly every game he’s ever written…
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The Legend of Zelda Minus World Discovered

Spooky stuff! Super Mario Bros.‘s “Minus World”  — a bizarro underwater dimension accessed from the underground 1-2 level  — is perhaps gaming’s most famous glitch, but did you know other classic NES games have Minus Worlds of their own? According to YouTuber SKELUX, coded safety measures were implemented to…
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Momotaro Dentetsu Creator Survives Heart Attack

Some good news to kick-off the New Year! Ever hear of Momotaro Dentetsu? Unless you live in Japan or are a hardcore import buff, you probably haven’t, and things can get downright confusing  considering the series was derived from another Hudson-born RPG series named Momotaro Densetsu (notice the switched…
astra lost in space volume 5 review

Astra Lost in Space Vol. 5 Review

The Astra’s tale ends. WARNING: As mentioned previously, this review of Astra Lost in Space’s final volume will openly spoil any and all plot twists in this volume. Save for reading this review until you’ve read Volume 5! The star-flung adolescents of the Astra crew? Clones created for the…
we never learn volume 1 review

We Never Learn Vol. 1 Review

Scholarships, tutoring, and cute girls, oh my! Poor genius Nariyuki Yuiga’s this close to achieving his dream scholarship, and in recognition of his hard work, the principal’s more than happy to grant his wish…on one condition: that he tutors Ichinose Academy’s two legendary geniuses – bookworm Fumino Furuhashi and…

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