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!
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.
Getting Champions Road done with all the characters was one of the most satisfying victories.
You’ll be ok, professor.
Yeah but will these new Avatars transfer over to my Doritos Crash Course games?
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.
He was practically their corporate mascot for a while, I have to assume they’d do anything they can to hold on to these.
Blu Ray and HD-DVD wars reminds me of the PS3/X360 era. Blu Ray was Sony’s baby, and guess who didn’t want to pay Sony for Blu Ray drives? Microsoft. That’s why they backed the HD-DVD. And then they turned around and sold the XBox One with a Blu Ray drive.
This isn’t censorship, this is one guy trying to defend a bad joke that has no basis in the original text. It even says outright that the original name is a pun on light switches. What in the hell do light switches have to do with a radicalized Christian terrorist group?
five years is the average life span of a console. the 360 and PS3 lasted so long because they launched in the middle of a global financial crisis.
Thanks a lot; I did as you suggested and now I can’t go back to Aeropostale.
I dunno. A testing station in a windowless room with a full-length mirror and a door that locks?
I liked the first champions edition better, but to each there own.
Also of note, some of the baby Pokemon have different animations when you make them your buddy.
I suspect I know exactly what he’s doing: Trolling 300 million people.
Oh hell. That single answer may have just sealed my fate.
I’ll take your word for it, as it would be a weird thing to make up =P
Pirates want to plunder, but they also get their throats cut when they get caught. Too bad
Then they should’ve read all the terms and conditions when signing up for Nintendo and nearly every other digital download service. No one ever owns their digital games. If they do something that puts their account at risk (playing pirated games online, committing credit card fraud, cheating, etc) then they do that…