If you dig deep enough, you will find gold in them thar hills! A few nights ago I typed in Grand Rapids into the YouTube search bar and found concert footage from all types of concerts in the past years. Then I stumbled upon one that shows how small they once were, and that was System of a Down.
Remember Earthworm Jim? Aero the Acrobat? Bubsy the Bobcat? Rocket Knight? What ever happened to this strange creativity? These games were a blast! Well, maybe not all of them, but the definitely left a mark on video game history don't you think?
I remember when Mario Kart 64 hit the shelves. Everyone was playing it! My brother got the game for one of his birthdays or whatever, but we'd have friends over and play the living heck out of Mario Kart 64. Since Mario Kart 64, there has been Double Dash, Wii, and Mario Kart 8. How do today's teens react to it though?
Why is it that every time Nintendo announces something, I have to own it? I owe it to my Nintendo Fanboy-ism on this, but yesterdays Nintendo Direct video had me excited for a lot of things, but one certain item stood out.
I already own one of these, but why do I need to buy another one?
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