In the early '90's, a very strange video game by the name of Toejam & Earl came out for Sega Genesis. You played as either ToeJam or Earl, or played 2 player Co-op and played as ToeJam & Earl. Through it's crazy exterior, it is one of the funnest games of all time!
The first game garnered 2 sequels, and has been missing from the gaming landscape for a long time.
Now, the original creator and his team is looking for your help to create a new game, faithful to the original!
The Simpsons have been around for more than 20 years, making it the longest running animated sitcom of all time.
It's hard to remember a time when the yellow family was not on our television. During the '90s, though, The Simpsons was at the height of its popularity and everyone knew who the Fox show's characters were.
After two decades, though, is the show still as funny as it was years ago?
Crazy to think that Star Fox for SNES is over 20 years old! When this game came out, my mind was blown. The 3D polygon graphics from the Super FX chip were things to marvel at.
However, if you show this game to anyone today, it's considered extremely dates and looks likes crap. While I do agree that the graphics are nothing exciting today, at one point in 1993, they were top of the line.
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