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This month we share the control schemes - be they the best, the worst, the most creative, the most under-utilized, or the most ridiculous - that stand out in our minds as the most memorable.
We tackle chapter one of the LONGEST FANFICTIONS EVER
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A short and sweet article for a short and sweet soundtrack.
Nine knock-off Pokémon games you probably haven't caught yet.
A look at why the three main Phoenix Wright characters will be forever dateless.
In early 2010, Google introduced a Transcribe Audio feature to YouTube that translated all speech in a video into useful captions mangled the heck out of my Mega Man videos, telling my viewers that "w
Your patience has finally paid off...GameCola is officially back!

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    … of the Month: Dragon-Warrior.com

    Although it doesn't contain walkthroughs, cheats, or other elements usually associated with websites based on video games, Dragon-Warrior.com is one of the best, if not the best, Dragon Warrior site out there. Within the confines of this excellent website you will find comics based on Dragon Warrior (Dragon Warrior 101 being the main comic of several, and quite funny), a store where you'll find links to pretty much all dragon warrior related merchandise (games, music, t-shirts, etc), AIM bots, images, fan-made games, message boards, and more! What more could you possibly want? What's that you say? You want to see a mage get stripped naked by a slime? Well, it's your lucky day because Dragon-Warrior.com has that, too! So hurry your dragon hungry self over to Dragon-Warrior.com before it's too late! Too late for what? I guess you'll just have to go there and find out for yourself.

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    The Top 5 Games of 1994

    It seems only appropriate, in keeping with our 1994-inspired issue of GameCola (see: NHL Hockey '94) that we write a little about this less-than-stellar year in gaming. In a year which saw not only th

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    Philly Classic 3 Report

    Try to imagine your own personal euphoria. To some, it may be a scenic countryside, with bunnies, deer, butterflies, and all sorts of other delectably cute creatures prancing about. For others, it c

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    Your Top 10 Favorite Games: Matt Gardner

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  • NHL ’94 (SNES)

    Summer 1994: My brothers and I go to Pinelands Video (since gone out of business) in order to find a Super Nintendo game to amuse ourselves with; NHL '94 is the selection. It is rented several times t

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    Introduction

    Have you ever sat around and just thought to yourself, "Paul, what do you want to do with your life? Do you want to waste it all away playing Nintendo, or do you want to make something of yourself?" S