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Most of us have a bunch of video games in our collection that we've never got around to playing. In gaming circles, this is known as the 'pile of shame'. If you can't decide which title to pick next, this 90-game flowchart will help you to reach the right decision.

The 16-bit era had unique visuals. Simple yet bright and colourful, we could always get lost in the tiny details. Taking parts of these memorable games and mixing them with a real life environment might sound odd, but if done right the results are beautiful.

Get this. I'm one of those crazy people who really loved the last Prince of Persia game. No, no the last one... the last last one. The one with Nolan North and the cel-shading. I was sort of hoping (blindly) that Ubisoft might continue down this path but, according to Ubisoft Montreal CEO Yannis Mallat the series is being "paused".

Video games need more "Call Me Ishmael". That quote is one of the most famous opening lines in all of literature. Sure, its popularity is owed largely to being the first sentence in Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick. But that introduction is also memorable because you're learning about an important character from the very second you start reading.

If you are super old like me (hello old friends!), you'll remember using some of these Apple computers. If you are a young whippersnapper (hello young friends!), you might not -- but you should still enjoy perusing the retro hardware that's on display.

It's funny, when people think of Prince of Persia games, they think of either the first one, or the ones including and following 2003's Sands of Time. It's as though there was a game in there that never existed... That game was 1999's Prince of Persia 3D.