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Retro Review – Godzilla Domination – Game Boy Advance

When I first discovered Godzilla Domination, I was apprehensive about it.  I was a dyed in the wool fan of King of Monsters fan from way back when it first hit arcades (and later certain home consoles).  One thing that constantly came to mind while play KoM oh so many years ago was how cool […]

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Review: Alien Chaos 3D for Nintendo 3DS

Contra. Metal Slug. These are the games that come to mind when you want to play a run and gun shooter. Well, I am going to add another name to that list. Alien Chaos 3D. Yeah, I never heard of it either until I saw it on the shelf of my local game store. But, […]

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Review: Gunman Clive for Nintendo 3DS eShop

Run and gun shooters have always been a favorite genre of mine.  Mega Man on the NES is one that really hooked me on gaming in general.  So, when something is compared to that 8-bit classic, I tend to take notice.  Gunman Clive on the Nintendo eShop is a game that draws comparisons to Capcom’s […]

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Review: Trine 2: Director’s Cut for Wii U eShop

Trine 2 is an action platformer from Frozenbyte studios that was released last year on the PC, Playstation Network, and Xbox Live marketplace.  For the launch of the Wii U, a special Director’s Cut was created for the Wii U’s eshop.  This special edition includes expansion modes and all new levels that the previous releases […]

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Five Side Scrolling Game Boy Advance Games You Shouldn’t Miss This Holiday Season

Sure, the Game Boy Advance is an older portable and can be had for quite a cheap price now so that makes it the perfect gift for a cash strapped family that have gamers in the house wanting to game on the go.  Not everyone has $150+ for the latest portable devices, then $30+ per […]

Preview of Gaming on Batteries Android App Now Live

After the successful launch of Gaming on Batteries Magazine in print and digital formats, we were sitting around and thinking, what is next for us?  We are a portable gaming magazine at heart so we knew we needed to go that route in some form or another.  iOS is much more closed and harder to […]

Preview: Rayman Origins by Ubisoft on PS Vita

Dustin Vogler, contributing scribe with Gaming on Batteries Magazine, puts Ubisoft’s latest 2D outing through the bounces and jumps and details his thoughts on it’s quality, standing in the long running series and if you should buy it.  Rayman Origins is a 2D sidescrolling run and jump action adventure title that returns to gaming roots […]

Preview: Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D on Nintendo 3DS

There are few franchises that hold as striking a personal relation to their fans as the Zelda franchise.  The story is always magical and set in amazing worlds that allow gamers to escape to something different and unique each time.  Carl Burton, one of our resident UK scribes, sits down with the 3D remake of […]

Preview: Kid Icarus: Uprising on Nintendo 3DS

Nick Abrams, Executive Editor of Gaming on Batteries Magazine, put the newer Kid Icarus title through the paces in the first issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine.  Nick has been a fan of Kid Icarus since his debut on the Nintendo Entertainment System back in the 80′s following him through the years in each release […]

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Gaming on Batteries Magazine #1 Released

When we started Gaming on Batteries, we knew a magazine would be launched sooner than later and that day is here.  We have just launched the first issue of Gaming on Batteries Magazine on Magcloud.com for our fans to check out and enjoy.  Why are we using Magcloud for the release?  Why start a magazine […]

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