• Zombies Ate My Neighbors (SNES)

    I'm not going to lie to you, or wait until the end of the page to get the point across to you: ZOMBIES ATE MY NEIGHBORS is awesome. It is so awesome that I can't think of a better way to open up my re

  • Final Fantasy IV Advance (GBA)

    I could've killed Alex Jedraszczak for getting to this game before I did. There is no one more qualified to analyze Final Fantasy II/IV than me. I know this game better than I know myself, and it kno

  • Final Fantasy Legend III (GB)

    About as related to Final Fantasy as Final Fantasy Mystic Quest.

  • Bomberman 64 (N64)

    Despite all the accolades he's received and influence he's had over his course of time, life's been tough for everyone's favorite terrorist. Bomberman hasn't been in a remarkable game since 9/11, an

  • Phantom Fighter (NES)

    "If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow." - Chinese proverb "ni" - Chinese pronoun Phantom Fighter is, without question, one of the most unique NES games

  • Baten Kaitos Origins (GCN)

    Nothing could've prepared me for this. I read up on Baten Kaitos Origins; I read the lackluster reviews and inconsistent comments and opinions, and the only thing I got out of it was half an erection.

  • Versus Mode: PS2 vs. PS3, Videogame Crash, the N-Gage, and More

    GameCola's newest writers discuss whether it makes sense to still publish games for the PS2, whether we're headed for another videogame crash, the N-Gage, and more.

  • Rayman (PS1)

    For years, thanks to an uneven and sporadic history, Rayman has held a steady position as one of videogaming's most bizarre characters. It's not much of an award; it's like Spinal Tap being known as "

  • Mega Man 7 (SNES)

    Mega Man 7 is what happens when executive heads don't use protection. I'd like to capitalize on that joke somehow, but the only thing I can think of is a picture of some CEO with a condom covering his

  • Castlevania: Dracula X (SNES)

    I am, without a doubt, the luckiest videogame collector in east Tennessee. If any of you reading (or editing) this have ever been to Sevier County for Dollywood (Dolly Parton's personal theme park, an