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Resurgence and Redemption — History of Western Games (Part Two: 1995–2018)

Rhain Radford-Burns
As the age of the arcade died and the PC made its resurgence, the Western genre continued to flourish in video gaming, and the best
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The Origins of Virtual Gunslinging — History of Western Games (Part One: 1971–1994)

Rhain Radford-Burns
The Western genre, which tells the story of the 19th century American Old West, was the most popular genre of Hollywood film throughout the early
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Bringing the Swinging to HD — History of Spider-Man Games (Part Three: 2008–2018)

Rhain Radford-Burns
Spider-Man swung into high-definition in the late 2000s with the move to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. While the last decade has seen several
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Friendly Neighbourhood 3D — History of Spider-Man Games (Part Two: 2000–2007)

Rhain Radford-Burns
After nearly two decades of successful Spider-Man titles on Atari 2600, Amiga, Game Boy, Nintendo Entertainment System, and the Sega Genesis, the turn of the
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The Origins of Virtual Web-Slinging — History of Spider-Man Games (Part One: 1982–1996)

Rhain Radford-Burns
Licensed video games were once a major tenet of the industry. Games such as GoldenEye 007 and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial—while varying in quality—are considered some