• Dear Readers: We Need a New Logo

    On a whim comprised of boredom with a dash of purpose, I was leafing through GameCola files that have been on my computer since, roughly speaking, the Paleozoic era. During this whim, I discovered...a celebratory image from not too long ago...

  • Devil May Cry (PS2)

    Something about demons, the world endangered, you know how it goes. Who the hell cares?

  • Mister Mosquito (PS2)

    What's dragging Mister Mosquito down is the fact that said concept is the lone factor behind the game's creation and playability.

  • Guilty Gear X2 (PS2)

    Gamers haven't seen much in the way of 2D fighters lately, and when I showed Guilty Gear X2 to my friends, I understood why.  Only the most hardcore of us picked up the game and enjoyed it.  Others.

  • Kirby’s Star Stacker (GB)

    Kirby's Star Stacker is essentially a generic puzzle game that's been graced by Kirby's timeless presence.

  • Ico (PS2)

    While there are easily a good hundred games out there that quite often tickle my proverbial fancy, I hardly come across a truly moving game. Have I come across one? Why, yes, I indeed have, thank you.

  • The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (GB)

    I'll be honest with you. I'm not what you would call a "Zelda fan." It's not that I dislike the Zelda series, it's just that I've never seen the attraction. Don't ask me why, 'cause I really couldn't

  • Tomba! (PS1)

    I'm sure that many of you would think it odd if I were to tell you that Tomba! is easily one of the most creative games that I've ever played.  In fact, when I told people that I was reviewing Tomba!

  • [NSFW] Chrono Trigger (SNES)

    Chrono Trigger really has everything a gamer could want from a game.

  • Brave Fencer Musashi (PS1)

    Brave Fencer Musashi is another one of Square's journeys in to the realm of gaming outside of RPGs. For the majority of Squaresoft's life in the gaming industry, it has remained in its little RPG corn