Monthly Archives: May 2015
The Retro VGS: What We Know So Far

From the path that ended with the Nintendo 64, comes the first new cartridge-based home console, the Retro Video Game…

LTG News Roundup, 5/29/15

By Marshall Garvey It’s almost time for the ultimate tsunami of gaming news that is E3. While we know some…

Introducing: Anatomy of a Gamedev!

So maybe you’re a gamer. Maybe you’re aspiring to be a game developer one day. Maybe you’re a psychologist trying…

Konami: A Betrayal or a New Leaf?

By the Last Token Gaming Staff Isaac: Mobile games are the future. There, I said it. I’m sorry if it made…

First impressions: Splatoon

By Sean Willis Nintendo’s new Wii U game Splatoon certainly tries some new things, but even with all new things,…

A Red Dead Birthday

Ever had the experience of going against your gut? Truth is, first time I saw Red Dead Redemption I wasn’t…

1998: The Greatest Year in Gaming History

By Marshall Garvey Being an unabashed history geek, one of my most distinct (re: pathetic) habits is to chronicle the…

LTG News Roundup – 5/15/15

By Marshall Garvey   After 25 years, Nintendo World Championships are finally coming back. Konami’s obsession with wiping P.T. and…

Hall of Fame Review – Super Mario 64 (1996)

By Jake Rushing   Developer: Nintendo EAD Publisher: Nintendo Platform: Nintendo 64 Release Date: September 26, 1996 Genre(s): Platforming, action-adventure…

This Day in Gaming History: May 11th, 1995 – The Sega Saturn Receives a Surprise Launch

By Michael Mygind Twenty years ago today on May 11th, 1995, Sega released the Sega Saturn in North America. With…

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