Al Vanderklipp, University of Michigan
After nearly a decade in development, the notoriously elusive adventure game is slated to release in early December.
Could a game so controversial that it helped create the ESRB rating system have something more diabolical to hide than its torturous death scenes?
As the console nears its 20th anniversary, we remember the fabulous flop that almost never was.
Al Vanderklipp, University of Michigan and Guest Contributor
Even to the adult binge-watcher’s wizened palette, these underrated cartoons more than hold their own against live action TV.
In their own stubborn way, Nintendo has proven several times that they’re unwilling to learn from their mistakes. This might be the last time.
“My eyes are dry and my back is sore from leaning into the screen and not blinking.”
Product placement, with all of its subtle and not-so-subtle variations, is hamstringing the very shows that it needs to piggyback off of.
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