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5554ArticleoniparI've never actually played this one, and really only first heard about it maybe a few years back (and then totally forgot it exists). I have a copy on my retro handheld, but I'd love to get a real cart of it. I haven't checked yet, but I suspect they are expensive. Nice article, thanks for the reminder about this gem.  Nov 23, 2021View
5555ArticlesquidbeeTaz-Mania was a great show with an even better theme song. However, the Genesis game left a lot to be desired. I still own my copy, so I might need to give it another shot just to make sure my teen angst didn't cloud my opinion back then. Being a Taz Fan in the 1990sNov 29, 2021View
5556ArticleBenjanime@squidbee In my opinion it's a lot better than the SNES game.Being a Taz Fan in the 1990sNov 29, 2021View
5557ArticleVaporman87Ha! Here I was expecting an ending where you go through some type of "Karate Kid" montage and become a skating legend in your area. Let me state for the record... I loved the skating rink. For a number of years it was my mecca on the weekends. I lived in a small neighborhood of houses along a hillside in the middle of nowhere. I still live in the middle of nowhere, but hey... I like nowhere. At the bottom of that hill, really looking out of place along a state road, was the Skate-A-Way. I walked down my hill to that place nearly every Friday or Saturday night (sometimes both) with my metal case containing my skates. I have years worth of memories made there. Birthday parties, couple skating with the girl behind the food counter, my sister breaking her arm, competing in ruthless competitions... particularly the limbo, munching on mediocre hot dogs, and trying desperately to earn the high score in Galaga for the night. I loved that place. Now... it has been converted to office space for a construction company. Sad. Skating Through The YearsDec 06, 2021View
5559ArticleVaporman87I should mention that our skating rink did NOT have a DJ. The owner just played records through the speakers. She would swap them out behind the counter as she collected entry fees.Skating Through The YearsDec 06, 2021View
5560ArticleBenjanimeI can't skate for crap tbh, even roller blading was a joke for me, but hey, that's what happens when I have a video game addiction as a kid I guess lol.Skating Through The YearsDec 06, 2021View
5561ArticleBenjanimei think in my opinion the only two good gundam shows on toonami were g-gundam and gundam wing, not too much filler like gundam seed. at least coming from memory, that's how they were to me, i might have to watch them again.TDitH's Non-traditional Christmas Movies 2: Going JapaneseDec 06, 2021View
5562ArticlesquidbeeI hate seeing my old haunts closing down, so I feel you Vaporman87. For example, I love Dead Mall videos, but it hits me right in the feels whenever someone posts about my local mall. A place where I hung out and worked for many years. It looks like the skating rink from my youth is still open. I am honestly shocked because back in the 80s it looked to be on its last legs. Skating lessons are only 5 bucks. Maybe I should look into it. lol Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View
5563Articlesquidbee@Benjanime Video games and comic books have always been my biggest addictions. Ever since my mom bought me an Atari 2600 for Christmas one year, I have been hooked. Plus, I was indoctrinated by Nintendo all through my youth with games, comics, cartoons, and cereal. Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View
5564ArticleVaporman87I whole-heartedly agree. That is awesome though that the place is still kicking. I'm kind of in the reverse situation in that the mall I most frequented is actually thriving. Then again, it's in West Virginia, so they're like 20 years behind the curve, LOL. Skating Through The YearsDec 07, 2021View