Classically Trained: Why the original Nintendo reigns supreme again

If you spent the better part of the holidays looking for the repackaged version of the original Nintendo Entertainment System, better know as NES Classic Edition, you most likely came up short handed. The funny thing is even after the holidays, tracking one down is still nearly impossible. No, you haven’t transported back to 1985, and the mad rush at the local mall (what

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Action go Figure: Why some movies don’t make for great toys

Disney, Star Wars and other brands that are slam dunks in the movie theater also equate fairly well when the larger than life characters find a home on the toy shelves, too. From Woody from “Toy Story” to Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, you’d be hard pressed not to find a parent or child alike that hasn’t been infatuated with these toys on some

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Hardly Boring: Why board games are making comeback

Looking for some family fun for the upcoming holiday season? You wouldn’t think so but board games actually are giving some of the more renowned and wanted toys a run for their money for a variety of reasons, namely marketing and a stronger push toward better sales. Some of these board game ideas that mix updated versions of some classics with some new school ridiculousness.

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