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Shooting up the score

Shooting up the score
Congratulations to Ryan Sullivan for setting a points high score variation record on Elemental Master on the Sega Genesis with a score of 118,940. Elemental Master is a top down shooter video game developed by Tecno Soft. It was released in 1990 in Japan and in 1993 in North America by Renovation Products Think you […]
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Another one from Team Mayh3m

Another one from Team Mayh3m
They do love their co-op games and this time they set a score on the Nintendo Wii Virtual Console. Congrats to Michelle Ireland and Matt Miller of Team Mayh3m for their score of 2,821,520 for Mario Bros. (NES)  Two Player Co-Op –  NTSC – Points – Game A via Nintendo Wii VC. Think you can beat […]
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High Score on Last Battle

High Score on Last Battle
Congratulations to Ryan Sullivan who achieved a high score on the Sega title Last Battle. He achieved 198,400 points in his attempt. Last Battle is a side-scrolling martial arts beat ’em up released for the Sega Mega Drive in 1989 by Sega. Think you can beat this score? Check out our rules on our How to […]
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Lately, there has been a lot of buzz going around the Pokemon circles. This has been accentuated by the release of Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow (and Green in Japan) for the Virtual Console. Sales have been good, but the bigger question remains: Why did they choose to do the original releases, which might have a lot of […]

News, Reviews and Interviews

  • Man vs. Snake: The Long & Twisted Tale of Nibbler review Man vs. Snake: The Long & Twisted Tale of Nibbler review
    At the beginning of March, I had the opportunity to attend the Omaha Film Festival at the invitation of Tim McVey to watch a showing of Man vs. Snake: The Long & Twisted Tale of Nibbler by Andrew Seklir & Tim Kinzy. It is an opportunity I am glad I was able to participate in. […]
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  • Black Desert is amazing – Part 2
    In this issue: Immersion! Crafting! Amity! Last time I covered the basics of BDO and why it was amazing. Today I’ll cover some more aspects in a little more depth to show more reasons why I love this game. I should also say that I still don’t know everything, there’s a lot I havnt experienced […]
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  • Game Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division Game Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division
    A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, The Division agents are trained to operate independently of command, as all […]
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  • Black Desert Online is amazing Black Desert Online is amazing
    Today I want to talk about a game that is consuming me with practically every aspect: Black Desert. What is it? Black Desert is a new MMORPG that just released in the Western hemisphere, although it’s been out in Korea, Japan and Russia for maybe a year at most. It brings back the sandboxy elements of the […]
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Editorials

Then and Now: Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green

Then and Now: Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green Then and Now: Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green
Lately, there has been a lot of buzz going around the Pokemon circles. This has been accentuated by the release of Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow (and Green in Japan) for the Virtual Console. Sales have been good, but the bigger question remains: Why did they choose to do the original releases, which might have a lot of […]
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Video Game Scoreboard News & Updates

  • Shooting up the score Shooting up the score
    Congratulations to Ryan Sullivan for setting a points high score variation record on Elemental Master on the Sega Genesis with a score of 118,940. Elemental Master is a top down shooter video game developed by Tecno Soft. It was released in 1990 in Japan and in 1993 in North America by Renovation Products Think you […]
    Read More ...
  • Another one from Team Mayh3m Another one from Team Mayh3m
    They do love their co-op games and this time they set a score on the Nintendo Wii Virtual Console. Congrats to Michelle Ireland and Matt Miller of Team Mayh3m for their score of 2,821,520 for Mario Bros. (NES)  Two Player Co-Op –  NTSC – Points – Game A via Nintendo Wii VC. Think you can beat […]
    Read More ...
  • High Score on Last Battle High Score on Last Battle
    Congratulations to Ryan Sullivan who achieved a high score on the Sega title Last Battle. He achieved 198,400 points in his attempt. Last Battle is a side-scrolling martial arts beat ’em up released for the Sega Mega Drive in 1989 by Sega. Think you can beat this score? Check out our rules on our How to […]
    Read More ...
  • Setting another score Setting another score
    Congratulations to Ryan Sullivan who set yet another world record for Space Harrier II on the Sega Genesis with a score of 24,648,700 Think you can beat this score? Check out our rules on our How to Submit page, record your game(s) and submit it to us.
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Industry News/Press Releases

  • This Humble Bundle has some GREAT tales This Humble Bundle has some GREAT tales
    I’ve been enamored with Telltale games since their launch in 2004. I had several opportunities to speak with their developers on a number of games including Monkey Island, The Walking Dead and most recently Tale from the Borderlands. For the last week, and for one more week, Telltale Games and Humble Bundle have teamed up […]
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  • Tripwire Interactive Announces Full Steam Workshop Integration With New Killing Floor 2 Update Tripwire Interactive Announces Full Steam Workshop Integration With New Killing Floor 2 Update
    After ending 2015 with an absolute bloodbath stemming from the Return of the Patriarch content update to their highly successful co-op sci-fi horror FPS PC title, KILLING FLOOR 2, Tripwire Interactive is proud to announce that a new patch is now available on Steam that includes full Steam Workshop integration! With KILLING FLOOR 2’s full implementation […]
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  • An Interview with the Nintendo Quest Crew – Jay Bartlett An Interview with the Nintendo Quest Crew – Jay Bartlett
    June 2013 was the first time we saw the brand spanking new Kickstarter for The NES Club: One Man • 30 Days • Over 700 Games To FIND! The Kickstarter sought to raise a minimum of $15,000 to cover the production costs of a documentary that would showcase Jay buying the games with his own […]
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  • An Interview with the Nintendo Quest Crew – Rob McCallum An Interview with the Nintendo Quest Crew – Rob McCallum
    June 2013 was the first time we saw the brand spanking new Kickstarter for The NES Club: One Man • 30 Days • Over 700 Games To FIND!  The Kickstarter sought to raise a minimum of $15,000 to cover the production costs of a documentary that would showcase Jay buying the games with his own money. […]
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