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Even when you 'beat' Superman 64, it's not fair

As part of my skankcore64 project, I want to take a little time to reflect on each game that I play. These will be a retro review, where I judge the game on its own merit for the time it appeared. I don't want to compare them to recent games, unless its a direct sequel or franchise continuation.

New Games For Old Systems (Part 3 of ?)

Metroidvanias have been the cat's pajamas for new systems for years now, but what if you don't have a system that can play Ori, Hollow Knight, Dead Cells, or Castle in the Clouds? Are you stuck replaying Aria of Sorrow and Cave Story AGAIN? Heck no! Let's take a look at some more Psytronik Software releases that adopt elements of the concept while being their own distinct thing.

New Games For Old Systems (Part 2 of ?)

Are you still stuck with an Nvidia 570 because the market has been overtaken by crypto miners? I feel you, but just because we're using yesterday's hardware doesn't mean that we can't play today's hottest games! In this article, I want to take a look at some more fantastic new software that's come out semi-recently that doesn't require a GPU scarcer than unobtanium. 

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