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THE PINT AT TOTAL CON 32 – WRAP UP

February 25, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

    HI EVERYBODY!!!! (You will get that reference in a moment, I promise you) It’s Lou, taking a break from my normally scheduled duties to put together a wrap up of our time at Total Con 32 in Marlborough, Massachusetts (www.totalcon.com). There will be an upcoming Podcast which will feature some great audio from Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – MARCH 2018 NEW RELEASES

February 23, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  Here we are yet again, the end of another month, and I am looking forward to what will be hitting store shelves in the month of March. This isn’t a huge month in the way of big releases, but for me the highlight is a certain Pirate themed game from the house of Goldeneye Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – LAYITH THE SMACKITH DOWN

February 21, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  Aaaaaaaaaaand we’re back jabronies, for this article I’m gonna break kayfabe, and shoot straight with you all for a minute to discuss a new entrant into the party game scene, “Royal Rumble” (please don’t sue me Vince). That game….. Hailing from Durham, CT , at 7.5 inches long, and weighing in at 2.5 lbs….. Read More

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G.I. Gary Reviews – 1982 & 1983 G.I. Joe Scarlett

February 10, 2018 Author: Gary Viola

In 1982 Hasbro re-launched G.I. Joe with the new branding “A Real American Hero.” With 13 heroes, two Cobra enemies, and a mail-away Cobra Commander, Hasbro made a calculated decision to minimize their initial risk.  Re-using sculpts, averaging paint applications, and choosing what characters they thought would resonate most with their target audience, 7 to Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – FEBRUARY 2018 VIDEO GAME RELEASES

January 22, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  Below is a small sampling of February’s upcoming video game releases, leading the charge are 2 HD remakes, a new entry into a long running franchise, and a Kickstarter project come good. February 6 – Shadow of The Colossus (PS4) – Team Ico’s masterpiece gets it’s 2nd HD remake (it was previously re-released on Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – PAIRS, THE CARD GAME

January 14, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  I have a particular fondness for what I call “Backpack games”. Small, inexpensive, and easily portable games that you can stuff in your backpack or pocket, which can be played pretty much anywhere. A bus, a library, a coffee shop, the top of a mountain, or in a tent. These types of games don’t Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – LOOT BOXES

January 7, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

(Image Credit: Blizzard) I very rarely do an opinion piece, if for no other reason than they just start fights with anonymous keyboard warriors over the internet. And we all know how those turn out. But there is a phenomenon in today’s gaming environment that I need to talk about for a few minutes, and Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – TAK, A BEAUTIFUL GAME

January 2, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  Patrick Rothfuss is one of the modern era’s finest authors, he has the ability to wield the English language with the same expertise that a surgeon wields a scalpel. While I highly recommend picking up his bestselling novels, Tak is a simple board game born out of his literary genius that is the subject Read More

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G.I. Gary Classic Toy Review- 1987 Raptor, the Cobra that’s always in Halloween Costume!

October 31, 2017 Author: Gary Viola

1987 is a love it or leave it year for G.I. Joe. Many fans feel it left behind the military aspect for fantasy. One of the examples commonly pointed to is the Cobra character Raptor. Being that it’s Halloween, and this guy is in a bird costume, perfect time for a review! As a figure, Raptor comes Read More

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G.I. Gary Classic Toy Review: Transformers G1 Starscream and the Seekers

October 16, 2017 Author: Gary Viola

In 1984, Hasbro’s “The Transformers” launched, with not only a toyline, but TV show and comic books provided by Sunbow  and Marvel. Among the initial release were three transforming robots that turned into F15 fighting jets, Starscream, Skywarp, and Thundercracker. Using the molds from Japanese company Takara’s Diaclone line, these three are the definition of “repaints.” Read More

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