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5373ArticleJulieWhen I first had the Game Boy Color, this came along with Pokémon Yellow and Speedy Gonzales, and a bundle from Nyko with the light worm and a simplified version of the Shock 'N' Rock containing only the extended battery, and also its wall charger. The Game Boy Camera was a legit object of desire for me when I first saw it in the magazines of the time. So awesome to remember that time when I discovered Pokémon Yellow and became a fan of that unforgettable fun! Luckily we still have handhelds today, like the Nintendo Switch, and why not, all the others handhelds too! I love all of this and those charismatic articles, whimsical and written with care. I love you, my @Benjanime. ❤❤ Jan 20, 2021View
5378ArticleJulieIt never happened to me to feel this kind of feeling when I was a child. This was an "adult thing" for me, so I wanted to get away from it (in fact I never wanted to grow up, and I'm not ashamed to say this here in a comment to an article written by my future husband @Benjanime). ❤ The first time in my life I found a good-looking boy was my Science teacher from the last year of elementary school. I was fifteen at the time. But of course I would never take it any further or let him know. Until today I never dated in person but that will change when I graduate from college and go to my beloved @Benjanime. ❤ My congrats on the charismatic and well written article, as always. It only shows how sensitive and human you are, my love. ❤Getting the shaft after Valentines DayFeb 05, 2021View
5393ArticleJulieWell, I generally only had pre-owned consoles and games. But what a pleasure to read another well-written article, always loaded with charisma and sweetness. You are truly unique, my love @Benjanime. ❤❤ I started playing Pokémon Crystal for the Game Boy Color after having played Pokémon Emerald for Game Boy Advance. Maybe that's why I didn't get attached to Crystal. But I found the changes pretty good and welcome, quite numerous thanks to the increase in RAM from the Game Boy Color. I still want to come back to play Crystal.Remembering Pok'emon Gold and SilverFeb 18, 2021View
5400ArticleJulieFor me, starting a new year was usually starting a different school. This had the advantage that no one knew me, so I was fortunate to start the year free from bullying. But that always changes in the first semester. Over the years I discovered an undisclosed way out: to stay inside the school library. So I could stay away from bullies and had the opportunity to know some interesting books. And the librarian befriended me, especially after knowing why I was avoiding to be out there in the presence of other students. I'm sorry that you weren't lucky in your schools too, my sweetheart. You deserve all my love. ❤❤The dreaded back to school phaseMar 12, 2021View
5413ArticleJulieWell, all I can say is that I never had the multiplayer experience on the Nintendo 64. Rarely did my mom play video games with me, like Double Dragon on the Master System and Altered Beast on the Sega Genesis and on the PlayStation, Pac-Man World, switching the controllers between us when it was our turn to play. Once again, an article cutely well written and pleasurable to read for the nostalgia and all the charisma of @Benjanime. ❤❤Remembering the party games of N64Apr 15, 2021View
5427ArticleJulieI remember reading about the GBA on some gaming magazines of the time, saying it has a 32-bit central processor. I was afraid it would substitute the PlayStation for having the same processing power but it didn't show that power with the time and more releasing titles. Even the Silent Hill was just a novel for reading (of course the GBA has much more power than that). But then I was glad to have a handheld more powerful than the Super Nintendo (just with a lower resolution) and all portable! And it has some really great games. Amazingly charismatic article as always. Well written and deliciously nostalgic. ❤The Game Boy Advance LaunchMay 24, 2021View
5448ArticleJulieFirst, my congrats on the always very well written article full of charisma. ❤ Doug achieved relative success, Rugrats was a cute colossus and I've only seen The Ren & Stimpy in a few 16-bit games back then. I also noticed the always great moral lessons in Doug's episodes and enjoyed the series. I didn't even know there was a sequel from Disney (which has only destroyed franchises lately thanks to the destructive woke culture). It's now a memory of a cartoon that was pleasant to watch, a good memory of the 90s.Doug and his fall from graceJun 26, 2021View
5481ArticleJulieI get emotional whenever I read these articles full of a unique and wonderful charisma, which made me deeply fall in love with @Benjanime, my soon to be husband with whom I'm completely in love with.❤❤ Can't remember now the games that surprised me that way, but they do exist and I agree with that list. Played some of those games listed here and I do agree with the excitement and novelty that such surprises bring. Impossible not to love video games! I love you, my wondrous @Benjanime.❤❤Rewarding Moments in GamingAug 27, 2021View
5486ArticleJulieFantastic article by the way, my sweet @Benjanime.❤❤ I remember having this gem on one of those official demo CDs that came with the PlayStation. And yeah, I played Wild 9 many times this way as it's one of the most fun games from that time. It's easy to notice that the idea for Wild 9 came from the two-dimensional experiences with the Earthworm Jim series, which by the way was a huge success for its charisma, fun, character attitude and "cell animation" technology bringing many animation frames. The idea is innovative, fun and the game is enjoyable to play. The PlayStation received many important games throughout its commercial life but luckily, those nostalgic and unforgettable games magazines of the time brought all the game releases, and Wild 9 was one of the highlights, becoming a desirable game. Once again, my congratulations for the article always filled with unique charisma, nostalgia and always very well written, captivating those who read it. ;)Wild 9: A Forgotten Shiny ClassicAug 31, 2021View
5500ArticleJulieI never had the NES back then, but the Atari 2600 and the Master System a few years after. But when I could get my hands on the Sega Genesis in 1991, I got mindblown with its incredible titles, full of velocity thanks to the 7.8 MHz Motorola 68000 processing speed and the unforgettable sound quality from the Yamaha sound chip, giving us those magical musics from Streets of Rage just to name a brief example. I kept the Sega Genesis until I got a Sega Saturn in 1995 and didn't have a SNES until 1996, a PlayStation and a Nintendo 64 in 1998. Article full of charisma and a delicious feeling of nostalgia, the result of a heart in love with the magic of video games. You're so amazing, my sweet @Benjanime!❤❤The NES and Sega Genesis Console WarSep 15, 2021View