Sega Genesis was always considered the 'big boys' gaming console back in the 90's. With it's sleek black look, shiny exterior, and balls to wall games...Super Nintendo was just a babies toy (I beg to differ...) I was fortunate to own both of these game consoles growing up, but played my SNES more. There was a game I played quite a bit on Sega though, and that was the strange game known as ToeJam & Earl.
Fresh of their Soundwave Festival appearance in Australia, and with a new album on the horizon. Mushroomhead has decided to hit the road once again, and are making a stop here in Grand Rapids at the Intersection!
I see lots of cool/weird stuff pretty much every week. Recently, we went back to the world of Pond Hockey at Reeds Lake because we still had all of the wood from this past years tournament on the ice. Before it became to warm, we had to get that stuff off before it sunk into the lake!
We all know that I enjoy playing video games at this point in life, and I especially love listening to awesomely crafted video game music. Video game music was the soundtrack of my childhood, and if you work with me, you'll usually hear me humming the Super Mario Bros. theme or something. A local group named 'Playing with Power' is performing all your favorite classic video game tunes LIVE on April 4th!
Collecting video games can be a very expensive hobby, especially when you start to find the games that are rare. Sometimes you can find a game that cost only .49 and then you come across a game that is around $200! I found a game at a gaming store that I have wanted for some time, and it did cost me a little bit.
This is always a story that has fascinated me, for no real reason. All it really is, is a story about a company dumping massive amounts of product into a landfill. However, it's really the cove-up that's the interesting thing about it. This story has garnerd so much interest, that a small film company has been granted and 'excavation' permit to find the games!
Yesterday Cellar Brewing Company took over the taps at Malarky's on the East Beltline Avenue NE. I was out there broadcasting live and hung out with all you fine people. I am quite the beer fan and tried out some of their brews. What did I think?
Before there was the internet, we had to find out about new video games through either newspaper ads, magazines, and especially TV. Watching children's television in the 90's was always entertaining. Besides watching your cartoons, the real awesomeness started when the commercials came on.
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