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Video Games by the Numbers

  Like many of my readers, I have been playing games for over 3 decades now. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of hours spent playing games like Super Mario Kart and Donkey Kong Country on my SNES with my friends, or time spent immersing in the stories of RPG classics back in the 16 and 32 bit era such as Lunar on the Sega CD or Zelda on the SNES and N64. Video games have a long history and continue to entertain new generations of kids who are growing up gaming, just like they did back in the 80s and 90s. To celebrate video games, the team at The Monitor Monitor has put together this infographic of consoles, the number of games produced for each console, and sales numbers for the top selling games on each console. Please note that the graphic is sorted by manufactu

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Christmas Nights – Sega Saturn Retro Game Review – Special Limited Edition Disc

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas - at least in the Retro Sega Saturn Special Disc called Christmas Nights. I received this game as a kid when I purchased a gaming magazine (I can't remember which magazine now though as this was back in the 90s). But if you didn't grow up in the 90s, you can still play Christmas Nights after beating the HD Remastered Nights into Dreams at least one time. Christmas Nights is a special game that expands on the great gameplay of Nights into Dreams. Players can play as either Claris or Elliot and explore a Christmas themed rendition of the first level of Claris' Spring Valley dream, including the battle with Gillwing at the end of the level. Although the game is short, it has high replay value because you earn presents which will unlock additional

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Dragon Force | Retro | SRPG | Review | Sega Saturn | Working Designs | Strategy | Strategy RPG | Strategy Game | Retro Game | Retro Gamers | Retro Game Review

Title: Dragon Force Platform: Sega Saturn (or if you're able to read Japanese, the original game has also been ported to PS2 and PS3. No word if it'll ever get ported over to the USA; chances are slim now that Working Designs, the original publisher in the USA, is defunct.) Release Date: November 1996 Publisher: Working Designs Where to Buy: This game goes for $100-$200 on sites like Amazon. (and yes, it's worth it; it's an amazing game) You can find it on this page here: http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Force-Sega-Saturn/dp/B00004SW0Z Geeky Factor:  Sweetie Factor:  Overall: 76/90 84% B “Very Good Game For Girls” Concept: 10/10 Dragon Force is a Real-Time Strategy RPG with large-scale warfare (hundreds of units in combat) which allows you to play as one of 6 different kingdoms initial

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