25 years...that is a long time am I right? What were you doing 25 years ago? Were you even born yet? I was born in 1987 (making me 26 years old), and my first game console was the NES. I loved that little grey box...it introduced me to the 8-Bit world! Mario, TMNT, Back to the Future...you name it, Nintendo had it! As I got older, I wanted more awesome graphics, and a neighbor (my friend of over 20 years now) owned this black beast named Sega Genesis...and it was awesome.
When I was in a college, I didn't really watch TV...I stuck to my laptop and surfed around the internet and stuck to the website collegehumor.com. This site was pretty much my homepage back in college (still kind of is). Seeing Jackie with all of her cosplay and hearing Hot Wings' What Hot Wings Thinks this morning inspired me to bring this video back from the dead. Aren't all women's costumes sexy?
The Grand Rapids Symphony has been performing some great concerts with their Symphonic Boom Series. I checked out PLAY! A video game symphony earlier this year, and was incredibly impressed! My favorite parts of that performance were by far the Legend of Zelda parts...so when I heard they were dedicating an ENTIRE NIGHT to Zelda, I had to check it out!
Back in August, Philip H. Anselmo and The Illegals made a tour stop here at The Intersection. It was most likely one of the most intense metal shows I have ever seen. Let's just say, Phil knows how to command a crowd. So of course, how could I not take this opportunity to interview this Metal Legend!
It comes to no surprise that the brand new Pokemon games are the best selling 3DS games to come out for the 3DS. Nintendo has always been THE KING of handheld gaming, and it shows no sign of slowing down.
Last night in Detroit, Metalheads flocked to the the city to check out the rare occasion when the Swedish Death Metal group WATAIN hits the town for a bad ass show. Sadly I missed it, but my friends from MOSHPIT NATION checked it out. Also, it's not everyday where WATAIN checks in on WZZM 13's TAKE FIVE studios!
Recently I bought a Nintendo WiiU...so far, the game console is really fun! I really only have one game for the thing, but it has been around for quite a few years now. Zelda has always been some of the most top notch games in gaming history (Ocarina of Time being my favorite), and many people saw this game originally and though, "WTF?!?!" Until they played it...
There are thousands of games out there, over a ton of different video game consoles, and each console has at least one good game. Some consoles even have over 15 different games that define the console itself. The Super Nintendo offered so much variety in game genre, that it is my favorite console to date. Mario, Metroid, Final Fantasy, you name it! SNES had it! Then I rented this game back in 90's, and it changed a lot of things for me.
Now this is quite possibly the most exciting shows to hit the Delta Plex in quite some time. The Fall season is sure revving up with some amazing shows, and then out of nowhere comes this amazing show featuring ROB ZOMBIE and KORN!
The Super Nintendo (SNES)...so many great memories come to mind when I even look at this game console. In my life, this is the 'pinnacle' of video gaming for me. There are no other game consoles out there that I have played more than Super Nintendo
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