It’s a conversion, but I will love it like it isn’t.
so i found some old pc gaming magazines from the mid-late 90s at value village today and
oh my GOD
i don’t know about you but i wanna play me some space dude
That feel when you had that issue
7th Saga/Elnard (SNES, 1993)
ROUGH START. Tips:
1. SAVE SAVE SAVE
2. STAY AS BROKE AS POSSIBLE
3. TALK TO EVERYONE
4. DEFEND, ATTACK, DEFEND, ATTACK
Your Soliton Radar System won’t work if you’re spotted, it gets jammed easily I’m afraid.
(it was BRUTAL at the start but I couldn’t be bothered to take many pics after the first 20 minutes or so. I was busy playing. Not as flashy as Lufia, but combat flows much faster and is more satisfying… This game’s great!)
So how many times did those dratted birds manage to kill you before you reached the first town?
No less than six, and it was glorious. Once I hit level 2 I had a better understanding of combat and my battle limits, and how many times I’d get dumped on by the dice rolls.
i feel like this should have a trigger warning
Jesus Christ, how horrifying.
"Satoru Iwata also mentioned that several other titles are in development exclusively for the New Nintendo 3DS. These will not be playable on the old 3DS models."
Nintendo is the devil tbh
Xenoblade is gonna be on it so people don’t have to pay the ludicrous Gamestop price for it and also don’t have to turn on the Wii ever again
Someone’s not using their Wii to its fullest potential
*sings “Never Gonna Give You Up” to his Wii*
Super Nintendo porn
i’m pretty sure you created tron
*DAFT PUNK INTENSIFIES*
Welcome to the grid
i made a presentation on why you should play dragon quest 9
Really good plot until you play the other games in the series ;)
Dq9 has been sitting on my media shelf for weeks and weeks now.
This weekend, it will,taste the 3DS XL
Nothing like a good slice of Sonic cake
The lollipops look ok
My 3DS XL carry douche. Posted for someone else to check out.
V^V (AKA Grind Stormer), Megadrive.
On topic: My busted-ass copy of Grind Stormer sold for about $90 shipped.
SILVER SURFER Vol.3, #55 (Sept. 1991)
Art by Ron Lim (pencils), Tom Christopher (inks) & Tom Vincent
Words by Ron Marz