• Gamera Obscura: Ganpuru: Gunman’s Proof

    It's the new year, and that means a whole new set of obscure games.

  • [NSFW] Videogames: The Reality #2

    The harsh realities behind ten popular games.

  • Beavis and Butt-head (SNES)

    In between long gaming sessions of Skyrim, I've been pulling up my DVR to watch some MTV. In case you haven't heard, MTV finally got something right. Instead of bringing in another useless reality show, MTV and Mike Judge have brought back Beavis and Butt-head, those adorable scamps from Highland that Bill Clinton and various other politicians have spoken out against for causing kids to be kids, laughing at the unfortunate, and burning down houses. Like their other attempts to capitalize on other hit TV shows, Viacom published different Beavis and Butt-head titles across other consoles, but manages to stick somewhat reasonably to the Beavis and Butt-theme unlike Home Improvement. By "somewhat reasonably", I mean that it actually has the title characters in the game in the town they live in, but that's about it.

  • Madden NFL ’94 (SNES)

    I don't know what it was with 1994, but it sure ushered in some great sports games (well, technically, it was 1993 when the games came out, for the 1994 season). People were getting used to the Wall b

  • Speak American: Episode 3

    We look at games that all have the poor taste to speak some kind of gibberish that isn't even American.

  • Chrono Trigger: Crimson Echoes (PC)

    The following is from an actual letter that the Chrono Trigger: Crimson Echoes team received from Square Enix, and it's definitely not something that we just made up for the purposes of this review:Go

  • Gamera Obscura: Kat’s Run: Zen Nihon K Car Senshuken (Super Famicom)

    This month's game is Kat's Run: Zen Nihon K Car Senshuken for the Super Famicom. Shuffled out quietly in 1995, it never came out in North America or Europe. Purely a racing title, Kat's Run plays quite similarly to games such as Super Mario Kart and Top Gear.

  • EarthBound (SNES)

    Meteo arrives a little late to the EarthBound fandom.

  • GC Podcast #25: When Cowboys Wore Pink

    In this retro-themed edition of The GameCola Podcast, Nathaniel Hoover, Christian Porter, Zach Rich, and GC Podcast virgin Stuart Gipp (that's pronounced Gipp) discuss: The games that got them all i

  • EA Continues to Suck

    I sold off a few of my classic videogames last weekend, keeping the good ones that, although I may never play them again (partially because I can't seem to find my SNES hardware at the moment), have a