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Title: So there I was.....
Posted: September 22, 2006 (12:42 PM)
.....at home, alone and getting lifted. What was I to do for amusement? It hit me like a sledgehammer of justice to the hallowed halls of my resin-and-rum-soaked brain. Tecmo Super Bowl! So, I decided to play as the Jets for reasons unknown (possibly because the late Dennis Byrd is one kick-ass middle linebacker and I love teams with those) and rattled off five games before coming down and going to bed.

And, therefore, here you are with my review of said game. Since I'm really fucking lazy and only getting lazier as the days go by, I'm not providing you with a HTML link to it. The way I look at things, if you're too fucking lazy to find it the old-fashioned way, you aren't good enough to read my shit. Bastards.

Anyway......now that we've gotten that little bit of ugliness behind us, it's amazing how some of these old games are so cool they transcend the boundaries of time and technology to remain amazing even today. I've always felt that the best designers of the eras of old were able to compensate for what they couldn't bring to the plate technology-wise by simply making a kickass game. Now, too many companies are more interested in testing the limits of the technology.....and falter in crafting a truly great game.

hmdUser: hmd
Posted: September 23, 2006 (02:22 PM)
Overdrive, you are my hero. How can I be as cool as you?

That's not sarcasm folks. This is a legit question.

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