When the television network G4 kicked the bucket for Esquire Television, we lost our only video game focused television channel.
G4, in it's final couple years, really did start to suck with a bunch of shows that no one really cared about. However, there was one show that told the history of video games, computers, etc. A show titled "G4 Icons."
When I first started at WGRD as a DJ, I rocked so damn early in the morning on Sunday that most people didn't even knew I existed. I chatted about metal music,video games, concerts, people who do stupid stuff and more.
Living an everyday life, I tend to see really weird, interesting, and even sometimes...just plain normal stuff. Here is where I am going to share a pic of something cool...or sometime not, whatever sounds good for that day. Check out this pic here!
It's been awhile since I have been to a good metal show, actually the 2014 Heavyweights were pretty bad ass. I had never attended a show at The Stache (Inside The Intersection) before, but it was pretty awesome. Protest The Hero, Battlecross, The Safety Fire, Intervals, and Night Versus all played that night, but Battlecross just killed it.
Collecting things can be pretty fun, but can be expensive too! From coins to action figures, collecting things can become quite addictive. Old school video games have really started to rake in money when it comes to 'retro collecting.' Some people can amass a huge amount of game that could equal to a small fortune. Who knows, maybe you have some of these games. Let's start with the Super Nintendo.
Studio 28 was quite the awesome movie theater. I saw a ton of movies there, and hold a lot of memories there to. Sadly, but understandably, the historical old theater will be demolished within the next few weeks.
Many of today's video games are way to easy. Most games just basically tell your where to go and hold your hand throughout the entire game. Sometimes this is cool and can allow you to enjoy the story of the game, but sometimes it takes away from what makes it a game. Nintendo then comes around the corner and says, "You wanna play hard? Here is DKC: Tropical Freeze."
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