Complain all you want about the dated look of Final Fantasy 7′s character models, but damn if they don’t make for fine little knick-knacks. Low-poly has never looked so attractive.Tweet
So, uh, not sure what happened to ol’ Pikachu here, but it’s definitely not kawaii. Maybe splicing Pikachu’s DNA was a bad idea. Actually, this looks less like a botched experiment and more like a good old-fashioned case of the necromorphs. And this isn’t even his final form.
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Ryu’s standing short is no match for Taylor Swift’s gritty determination. Who knew she had that kind of fortitude? Go DP some waterfalls then come back a better man, Ryu. A stronger man. A family man.Tweet
Video game soundtracks are largely comprised of themes that are empowering, tense, intriguing, foot-moving, and blood-pumping. Occasionally, though, you run across video game music that makes you chill, perhaps even to the point that you get a little drowsy.
While they might cut short the play-sessions of the sleepy gamer, these select tracks can have tangible benefits outside of their games of origin. When you’re stressed out, fed up, or having a hard time finding your way to slumberland, a collection of soothing video game music can be invaluable.Tweet
The Neo Geo was always regarded as a rich man’s SNK machine, so the high cost is no surprise. What is surprising, however, is that the price of the original NES, once adjusted for inflation, is more costly than the PS4. No wonder the old man wouldn’t get me one back in the day. “But your hand-me-down Commodore 64 works just fine!” he’d say.
Yeah dad, but does Duck Tales look like this on the Nintendo? Hmmm!? HMMMMMM!?