Welcome to my place within Honest Gamers. I like retrogaming and wrestling. Hope we can be friends in gaming. I am also an amateur photographer, game developer enthusiast, and cartoonist, and I am a fan of 80s music as well.
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Ghouling News for October 2019
Why does anyone think they are doing any good?
It has been the worst 4 days of my life this month and I seriously hope tomorrow doesn't give me so much crap as that time. Everything from money problems, that damn appeal about my benefits, and unreliable relatives has made me just take a jump off a cliff to get rid of it all.
Its been made it even worse with the fact that I am currently using a crappy ass phone of which are offered to low cost families with a free lifeline. I didn't expect it to be state of the art, but the fact that it refuses to even let me make normal ass phone calls at times and I have to urn it off and back on JUST to make said phone calls is really getting in my nerves.
And you get to keep your quarters while at it.
As much as I love Arcade games, I cannot help but to feel like their console versions never truly gave me that feeling that would not only be comparable from its original version, but also surpass it in some way. Well here are some of my picks on which I feel such had been established and was happy to experience in my lifetime, while also acknowledging that they pretty much are better than the Arcade originals as well.
STRIDER- SEGA GENESIS:
The comic you weren't asking for but one you deserve.
Gibberish in SNES gabble about not letting Fox do that.
Now that gamers can experience StarFox 2 as intended on that SNES mini, I am able to experience it myself in all its protoype glory, mainly on that ROM that was done and intended for the Super Famicom and subsequently on the SNES back in '95. Its pretty good! I can see all its gaming designs that were put in later titles such as the Arwing walker and the introduction of the bad blood StarWolf, who would appear pilot by pilot to annoy you between missions.
Unlike its predecessor you do not go from stage to stage, you actually select where to go and in instances, intercept enemies and enemy fire on the spacemap. The gibberish animals are back and I am so in love with them.
Its all downhill from here.
You know I haven't played one of those smash bros. games since its Gamecube iteration which I still believe to be one of the best in spite of all the ones that came after it. Not that I don't like the game, but I never really owned a Nintendo console since the SNES and I quite been on other games besides that over hyped toy match tourney everyone seems to obsess over. I am not saying its bad either, I am just saying to each their own.
Over the years that game series has been adding characters from many other franchises besides Nintendo, making it for more of a curiosity than anything else. That would be part of why I have stopped caring really. It seems too much for me to bother with it but still, no harm done.