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Skip Ryder: Travel Diaries from an Accidental Pathfinder - Part 1
Skip Ryder, Human Pathfinder for the Andromeda Initiative and all-around anxious person, tells the candid story of his exploits.
GameCola DebateCast #2: Zero Time Dilemma
Alternative title: "The Transporter Sucks"
Top of the Heap: The Naughty Side of the NES
Despite efforts by Nintendo to keep the NES squeaky clean, some unlicensed game developers managed leak some smuttiness onto the otherwise family-friendly system.
Be Careful What You Search For #97
Will Princess Peach help? Will the peach garden take the oath?
Why the Phoenix Wright Characters Will Die Alone
A look at why the three main Phoenix Wright characters will be forever dateless.
Impaired Closed Captioning: Super Mario Bros. 2
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
[NSFW] Top of the Heap: Pokémon Games That Aren't
Nine knock-off Pokémon games you probably haven't caught yet.
Card Sweethearts (PC)
I don't know anything about romance-sim dating. There it is ladies and gentlemen. That's my return to videogame journalism after a year of being out of the game, and to top it all off, the only reason
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (Wii-VC)
Finally, a game where you can peck Dracula to death with birds.
Maid RPGcast - Part 1: Let Them Eat Cake
The GameCola staff pretends to be maids! ...For your entertainment, of course.

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    … of the Month: Lufia

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