10/01/17: The 124th article is up. Well, up... ish. I'm working on it, dammit!
Index: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Syd Lexia on Whomp 'Em
This is the story of a savage but loveable American Indian and seven magic totems.
WARNING: Stereotypical firewater not included.


The Mystery of Scented Mountain
Read any good books lately? If you said no, you're not about to start now.


The Worst NES Games That People Actually Played
There were plenty of bad Nintendo games, but how many people actually played Dudes With Attitudes or The Incredible Crash Dummies? Was it more than ten?
Instead of that obscure crap, I examine nineteen games that people used to think were good and Hydlide.


Syd Lexia on Quiz & Dragons
Oh no! The evil warlock Gordian and his army of trivia-loving monsters have stolen the Seed of Wisdom from the king of Capconia!
Use your knowledge of obscure pop culture to save the day! No, seriously.


The Hulkster's In The House
In fiscal year 1994-95, Hulk Hogan put out an album that would have kicked ass if he had issued it in 1985.
But he didn't.


Syd Lexia on Caveman Ninja
Cavemen have kidnapped your prehistoric harem! Are you man enough to rescue them with only stone wheels and bone axes?
Hell yes, you are.


Nintendo Game Packs
In 1989, Topps and Nintendo forged an unholy alliance to create the incredibly dreadful Nintendo Game Pack.
Aside from the Holocaust, it was quite possibly the worst idea ever.


Spring Cleaning Crapstravaganza
Gaze in wonder at thirteen strange and wonderful artifacts that I found in the dark underbelly of my house.
Contains an exclusive Bubble Bobble code!


Syd Lexia on A Boy And His Blob
Explore deadly cornfields and corny deathfields in a game that implores you to eat your vitamins, say your prayers, and overthrow governments.
There's probably some stupid crap about friendship and teamwork in there somewhere too.


666: The Number Of The Beast
Although they're named after a medieval torture device, Iron Maiden's third album will not mutilate your ears.
The Blaze Bayley era is a different story.


Welcome to Fatality Fest, a two-part celebration of violence featuring Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat II, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 and 10 megs of pictures.
WARNING: This article is by no means 56k friendly.


Syd Lexia and Pepsi Free: There Can Be Only One
For my 23rd article, I have decided to drink and review a 23-year-old bottle of Sugar Free Pepsi Free.
This probably won't end well.


Wrestlemania Sucks
But that's not how it used to be. In the 80s and early 90s, Wrestlemania was the one PPV that you HAD to see.
Relive three classic WM main events from when the WWE was still the WWF and it didn't suck ass.


Syd Lexia on Michael Jackson's Moonwalker
Once upon a time, Michael Jackson and Sega teamed up to create an arcade game based on an incomprehensible movie.
Can you help Michael dance his way to victory against the evil Joe Pesci?


Syd Lexia on Super Mario Bros. 2
NES Deception: Everything you know about Super Mario Bros. 2 is a goddam lie.
Well, unless you already know that the Japanese version is totally different.


Kurt Cobain's Magical Shotgun Adventure
Will not be seen at this time, so that we may bring you an even bigger head trip.
That's right bitches, it's You Can't Do That On Television!


The Top 10 Weirdest Scenes in Arnold Movies
Punching, nudity, impaling, and more punching. Come along with me as I try to explain inexplicable scenes featuring the greatest action hero ever.
And no, Kindergarten Cop is not featured.


Syd Lexia on Streets of Rage
In a city without a name, three ex-cops bring vapid justice down upon an unidentified crime boss and his easily defeated army of clones.
Find out how many street punks one guy can punch.


Obey Your Masters
Seven Mega Man games. Fifty Four Robot Masters. A look at all of Wily's robots from Airman to Yamatoman.
Was Rectal Cancer Man a real enemy? Read on to find out.


Syd Lexia on Street Fighter
A look at the original Street Fighter, which no one remembers quite as fondly as Street Fighter 2. Find out why.
HINT: It's an unplayable pile of crap.


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