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Jul 25
1

I played the first level of Kid Dracula and the music is hilarious, a major-key rendition of Vampire Killer.

Jul 24
5

I keep wanting to give PSO2 a chance but it’s waaaaay too ‘anime’ for my tastes. I loved the OG PSO though. Read more

Jul 20
1

Oh god yes, Yoshi’s Island is the best. That art style, the level design, the music, just that perfect slow and relaxing pacing with lots of secrets to uncover. I’m okay with us not considering them “Mario” games, though. Yoshi games are their own franchise by now.

Jul 20
2

You know I’m in the same camp as you with Mario games. I mean part of it is I was the right age to get swept up in the Mario culture boom that came out with 3, so I have so many pleasant gaming related memories attached both to 3 and 3's art style in general. Everything SMB3 did just blew me away, and changed what I Read more

Jul 20
17

In 1993 each copy of Gunstar came with a Fruit Roll-Up inside. A few years later, my used copy from a local flea market contained a small, living spider. Conclusion: Definitely eat Fruit Roll-Ups before their expiration date.

Jul 20
4

The big Mario debate is usually Super Mario Bros. 3 vs. Super Mario World. I favor 3 myself—it blew me away, while World felt less freshbut I can’t begrudge anyone going with their heart.

Jul 20
3

Gotta go with Ninja GaidenI haven’t beaten it to this day, but I still love to play—and Uncharted 4. It’s hard to pick an Uncharted, actually. Can a whole series be one entry?

Teenage goth-ish me wants to throw in either American Mcgee’s Alice or Alice: Madness Returns. I was in love with those aesthetics and the Read more

Jul 20
7

Montezuma’s Revenge (on the Atari 800 ) it’s largely forgotten in the US as it wasn’t a console game (although it was ported .....to the Sega Master System, which again meant very little in the US, and the Atari 2600 , but too late to really get noticed) It was a pixel perfect platformer that got really tricky in

Jul 9
23

Shit’s awful, and made worse by the fact that most of the fans of these creators are also minors. A lot of them don’t apparently understand why an adult shouldn’t have a relationship with a minor because they’ve... never been an adult. Has led to a lot of vile shit on Twitter and Reddit. Used to really enjoy the Smash Read more

Jun 15
3

That’s certainly fair, it just seems there is never mentions of previous piloting games in the Star Wars Franchise. 

Jun 15
2

It’s odd whenever I see a story about this game, there is zero mention of Rogue Squadron games. I get that it’s a different developer, etc. but it’s basically Rogue Squadron. 

Aug 22
1

Definitely make your own stuff if you can afford to on the side, but don’t work for free either if you can help it. That’s how I did it!

Aug 22
4

try making video essays! make an essay about your favorite game and see through all aspects of production of a comprehensive video about it. i did that for the dragon quest series in celebration of dragon quest xi, and people seemed to like that one. i mean, to be fair, i did that while working here, though you know Read more

Sep 23 2017
7

Sonic Mania helped bring Sonic back, so maybe we need Hooters Mania! Since Sonic had old stages brought back, we should have old ladies that used to work at Hooters decades ago come back as waitresses! It’s foolproof!

Aug 28 2017
2

While that is somewhat true it wasn’t really in a playable state. If you have to use a memory editor or literally hack into game files to access it, I wouldn’t call it “playable”. Functional, but not playable. Read more

Jun 19 2017
1

Getting Champions Road done with all the characters was one of the most satisfying victories.

Jun 13 2017
2

Not to mention fantastic co-op that was extremely kid-friendly thanks to the bubble. I got both my kids into video games (perhaps too much, on reflection) specifically thanks to that game. We still play it together regularly.