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Games To Try Before You Die: Lethal Enforcers (SNES/Genesis/Arcade)

In video games, if it moves, shoot it! Back in the 90's, it was all about light gun games. Plastic guns that you shoot at the TV. Games like Duck Hunt, House of the Dead, Time Crisis, all ruled the arcade. There was on game though that got a console port, and it is till insanely fun!

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Games To Try Before You Die: Super Star Wars (SNES)

Star Wars is one of the biggest phenomenons of all time. I fell for it at a very young age and have loved the movies dearly my entire life, as I am sure much of you have. There were toys, posters, t-shirts, etc. Pretty much everything was touched with the Star Wars bug, including video games! However, they didn't get really good until the SNES era.

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Games To Try Before You Die: The Immortal (NES/Genesis)

This was one of the first video games I ever played. It was in a stack of NES games that my father brought in along with the popular titles like Super Mario Bros. and Legend of Zelda. As a really young kid, I had NO clue what I had to do in this. As I got older, I started to understand it better. However, I still can't beat it.

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Games To Try Before You Die: Resident Evil (Gamecube)

Resident Evil is still one of my favorite game series' that exist. Over the years though, it has really lost it's 'Survival Horror' roots and has become more of a shooter. The first game was filled with cheezy voice overs and clunky controls, but still was a lot of fun. At the time it was scary, but then other games really trampled it on horror. Resident Evil was starting to lose it's horror edge, then this game came around.

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Games To Try Before You Die: Mega Man X3 (SNES)

I love the Blue Bomber! Who doesn't honestly? He's freakin' MEGA MAN! I do love the old Mega Man games for NES, but Mega Man X was way better in my opinion. When you pop Mega Man X into your SNES, it's a roller coaster ride! The first one was amazing, the second one was just as good, so why stop there? Better make another one that is just as good! Good luck finding it though...

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Games To Try Before You Die: Earthbound (SNES)

I own a lot of video games, and I love each one of them! Nowadays, I am more of a 'video game historian' than really a 'player.' There is a game that I own that I never thought that I would own in my life, because it costs a lot of money. I amazingly received it as a Wedding Present from my previous employer and I had never played it before. It's a quirky but fun game.

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Avenged Sevenfold’s M. Shadows Talks ‘Hail to the King’

During a recent broadcast of 'Loudwire Nights,' Full Metal Jackie spoke with Avenged Sevenfold singer M. Shadows. The two covered a wide range of topics including Avenged's new album 'Hail to the King,' the state of the music industry, golfing while on tour + much more.

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Games To Try Before You Die: Paperboy 2 [Video]

We all remember the arcade classic that you can go to Georgio's on Ionia right now and play. I think it is still there at least, it was at one point. Ride a bike and deliver the newspaper to the best of your ability while avoiding everything that comes in your way. I really didn't play to much of the arcade game, but the second one got me hooked.

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The First Video Game Console I Played Named Atari 2600 [Video]

I was born in 1987. Around this time in video gaming, the Nintendo Entertainment System was dominating the video game market and everyone at the time already forgot about that wood paneled console named Atari 2600. Bleeps and Boops on the screen, and squares battling squares. It was primitive, but for it's time, it was groundbreaking.

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