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3 Decades of Mortal Kombat

30 years of blood and violence. In 1992, Midway released Mortal Kombat. (No, not a spelling mistake!) The game was first released in arcades, and then it made its way to home consoles: SNES, and Sega Genesis. Initially created by a group of four people consisting of Ed Boon, who handled programming; John Tobias, whoContinue reading “3 Decades of Mortal Kombat”

Video Game History: Why Sega Dreamcast failed, a Case Study

Introduction: The sixth generation of video game consoles was an interesting one. not only because it laid down the foundation for modern gaming in many aspects, but because of Sega’s exit from the market entirely, and Microsoft’s entry with Xbox. This was a big thing to note, since Sega was a big competitor of NintendoContinue reading “Video Game History: Why Sega Dreamcast failed, a Case Study”

A Brief History of Catch Wrestling

A history of the predecessor to modern day professional wrestling and mixed martial arts. Catch wrestling, also known as catch-as-catch-can, hooking, loose-hold, shoot wrestling, strong style, Lancashire wrestling, is a British grappling style, a hybrid fighting style developed by mixing and matching the British folk wrestling styles, and added spice from the rest of theContinue reading “A Brief History of Catch Wrestling”