Believe it or not, before everyone had a smart phone, owning an actual computer was a luxury.
I can't think of one household that I know, friend and family, that does not own a computer. I am not just talking a game console, phone, etc. I'm talking a hardcore desktop computer. If computers didn't exist, I wouldn't even have a job I bet.
Star Fox is one of the most cherished Nintendo video games of all time. When it was first released on the Super Nintendo, it dazzled gamers with polygon graphics. It really hit home when the Nintendo 64 version came around though.
Along with it, was the numerous references you can make to the game, especially one liners.
The first operating system that I ever dealt with was MS-DOS. It was primitive but we got by with it. Computers for the longest time were considered 'Nerd Tools' because of all the code you had to know just to get something running.
Windows 95 came around and changed all of that. However, their ad campaign didn't change quite yet though.
If you played the original Nintendo growing up, you have most likely played the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game. It was barely anything like the cartoon we all know and loved, but it was the best we had until the second game came out.
If you have played this game, you know all to well about the Dam Level.
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